Medina City Schools
Registration Office
739 Weymouth Rd.
Medina, Ohio  44256
Phone:  (330) 636-3100
Fax:  (330) 636-3108

New Student Registration

New to the district? Here's how to register!

Parents of students new to Medina City Schools must contact the Office of Registration at 330-636-3100 to schedule an appointment to register for fall attendance. New student registration takes place at 739 Weymouth Rd.  Hours are 7:30-11:30 and 1:00-3:30pm. 

The link below will connect you to our on-line registration forms.  Please complete the entire packet and bring with you to your registration appointment.  The packet includes a detailed list of required documents that you must have to enroll your child in the Medina City School District. 

New Student Registration Forms

Click here to watch our Kindergarten Registration Video

Change of Address

If you currently reside in the Medina City School district and have recently moved, or plan to move, you will need to provide proof of residency to the Medina City School District Registration Office.  The following documents will be accepted as proof of address:  current utility bill, mortgage contract, purchase contract, lease agreement, insurance statement on the dwelling, or a letter from your builder indicating a possession date within 90 days of enrollment in the district.  If you are unable to provide any of the listed documents, contact the registration office for information on obtaining a notarized residency affidavit.

New Immunization Requirements for 2010-2011

Schools will have new immunization requirements for the 2010-2011 school year from the Ohio Department of Health (ODH).  The Ohio Revised Code (ORC) 3313.67 and 3313.671 indicate that schools are responsible for ensuring that students who enroll in school have immunizations required by ODH. The statute also states that schools are to keep records of the immunizations.

The requirements do not include new immunizations; rather, the schedule for when students receive them has been changed. The changes in requirements are:

• The addition of a diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (Tdap) booster for seventh-grade students;
• The addition of a second dose of varicella (a progressive requirement starting with kindergarten for 2010); and
• The fourth dose of polio being administered on or after the fourth birthday.

The most significant change is the Tdap booster for seventh-grade students, because currently only 30 percent of these students have received this inoculation. For more information, call the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) Immunization Program hotline at (800) 282-0546.

For a complete listing all required immunizations, click here.