Student Registration

 K-12 Registration |Pre-K Registration |Intent to Home School

K-12 Registration

VCSD is committed to providing registration information in ways that are accessible to all. The registration packet is offered through three options: as a series of fillable forms, a downloadable packet, or through pick-up at the registrar’s office.

Please note: children must be five years of age on or before December 1, 2024, in order to register for kindergarten in the 2024-2025 school year.

Option 1: Register using fillable forms

Parent/Guardian forms
Health Exam Form (to be completed by your student’s medical provider)
Dental Health Certificate (to be completed by your student’s dental provider)
Affidavit of Residency (to be completed by parent/guardian and notarized)

For this option, forms must be printed out after they are filled in.

Option 2: Download and print registration packet

Downloadable version is available here.

For this option, forms are printed first and then filled in.

Option 3: Visit the registrar’s office

Parents and guardians are also welcome to pick up printed copies of all registration material at the Registrar’s Office between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

All three options contain the following components:

  1. Letter from principal indicating which documents you will need to enroll your child
  2. Special Education Services
  3. Household Information
  4. Affidavit of Residency
  5. Code of Conduct and Computer Network Policy
  6. Request for Transportation
  7. New York State Migrant Education Program Parent Survey
  8. Home Language Questionnaire
  9. Student Racial and Ethnic Identification
  10. Photography Policy
  11. Physical Exam Form
  12. Dental Health Certificate
  13. Emergency Health Information
  14. Request for School Physical

After completing the registration packet and gathering the three residency documents, the next step is to bring this information to the register’s office along with the child’s birth certificate with seal from court (not hospital) or certified copy, health and immunization records. Students who are transferring to VCSD from another district must also provide their most recent report card or transfer notice, and any standardized test scores. After the packet is filled out completely it can be delivered to:

Registrar’s Office
129 Maple Avenue
Voorheesville, NY 12186

Note: Packets should not be emailed to the district but instead mailed or dropped off to ensure the greatest privacy protection of your student’s information.

For additional information about registration or assistance, please contact Jeffrey Vivenzio in the Voorheesville Elementary School Office at 518-765-2382 or

Pre-K Registration

The Voorheesville Central School District is offering a Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) program for the 2024-25 school year. The program will provide instruction to 4-year-old district children at no cost to families through a state-funded grant collaboration with the district. Classes will begin in early September. Children must be district residents and be four years of age on or before December 1, 2024 in order to attend. 

Application and information available here.

Placement is limited to 20 students and will be assigned through a lottery system if oversubscribed.  Applications not initially selected will be placed on a waiting list and called when a space becomes available. Applications may be submitted beginning May 1 and are due by May 31, 2024.

Secular (non-religious) UPK instruction is provided located at the Christ the King Early Childhood Center, 20 Sumter Avenue, in Guilderland. VCSD chose the Center based on a competitive bidding process that ensures students will receive a program aligned to the district’s Pre-Kindergarten curriculum. The program meets all applicable New York State laws and regulations pertaining to the provision of a Universal Pre-Kindergarten. 

The VCSD program runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Children may also be enrolled in morning and after-school care. Parents and guardians are responsible for the cost of any additional care.

    Intent to Home School

    Parents and guardians of children who are or will be homeschooled will find important information in the following links about state law, reporting requirements and additional services that are available. It’s important to note that all school age children residing in the Voorheesville Central School District must be registered with the school district before they can file a Notice of Intent to Homeschool. For help with registration contact the district registrar.  

    Following registration in the district, parents and guardians will coordinate homeschooling needs with:

    Connie Miller
    Program Manager
    Capital Region BOCES
    (518) 464-3982

    Miller may also be reached at

    If you have trouble accessing any of these documents contact the district registrar.