Secondary Forms & Registration

Secondary Grades 7 - 12

Required Forms & Documentation

The following forms and documentation are required to enroll an student in the Boise School District. Parents/ guardians have 30 days to provide any missing documentation (except immunization forms) to the student's school. Any documentation that is presented will be photocopied and originals will be returned immediately.


Physical Examinations

The Board requires a physical examination (completed after May 1st of 6th grade year) to provide eligibility for physical education classes in grades 7-12 and athletics in grades 7-8.

Students participating in interscholastic athletics will be required to have physical examinations at the beginning of 9th and 11th grades. At the beginning of the 10th and 12th grade years, if the student has completed a physical exam in the previous year, the parent must complete and return an interim questionnaire. The exam is done at the expense of the student.


Release of Student Directory Information (FERPA)

The Boise School District complies with federal law (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) as it relates to the release of student directory information to the public.


Concurrent Credit (Dual Credit):

Students enrolled in a concurrent credit class are taught on a level comparable to a freshman college course. Concurrent credit differs from AP courses. Credit will be posted to both the high school and college transcripts. Most credits transfer to college and universities; however, there is a potential that the credits may not transfer as intended. These courses are graded on a four point grading scale unless it is a designated AP course in which a five point grading scale is used. Universities charge tuition fees when enrolling in a concurrent credit course. Cost for concurrent credit is the student’s responsibility. The tuition fee is typically covered by Fast Forward funds and students are responsible for applying for funding. See your teacher or school counselor for more information.

Postsecondary Dual Enrollment

Postsecondary Dual Enrollment is open to 11th and 12th grade students who have not graduated. District shall grant academic credit to a student who meets the requirements of Board Policy #2121 and successfully completes course work at a post-secondary institution. Courses must be approved by the content area supervisor before registering. Postsecondary Dual Enrollment Approval Form