Review this page to find the annual registration forms for new and returning students, and other forms and waivers that crop up throughout the year.
School Registration Forms – Return by August 12, 2022*
*All registration forms and agreements must be turned in before a student can attend school.
All New Students and Rising 7th and 12th Graders
Print & Return if applicable – Please do not email!
Please provide PROOF OF IMMUNIZATIONS (or EXEMPTION FORM as applicable).
Idaho School Immunization Requirements Exemption Form – English | Spanish
New Students: COPY OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE.
All Students and Parents: Read the Family Handbook
All Students: Waivers, Acknowledgements, and Agreements
All Students: Student Health & Emergency Forms
Print & Return – Please do not email!
- Emergency Authorization/Medical History form
- Prescription Medication form
Note: This form is only required for any student needing Rx medication dispensed on field trips or during school hours. If this is not the case you can skip this form. IMPORTANT: A doctor’s signature is required, so plan accordingly to have completed by the deadline.
- Non-Prescription Medication form
Note: This form authorizes school staff to administer, at the request of the student, commonly available medications such as ibuprofen, acetaminophen, Benadryl, or other common non-prescription medications for headaches, cramps, allergies, and the like. Please DO NOT submit a blank form. If this is not an option you wish to authorize please return the form with your wishes that you DO NOT authorize the staff to administer Non- Prescription Medications.
More information coming from your teachers and the school about Field Studies, permission forms, and Parent Information evenings.
Additional Permission Forms Note: NOT required for registration. Required as needed
The following forms are required only for students who opt to pursue an Independent Study instead of signing up for a Creativity Workshop. Details of implementing an Independent Study are described in the “Independent Study Proposal Checklist.” Please be sure that students read these documents thoroughly.
Activity-Specific Driving Permission Forms for Students to Drive Off-Campus
Older students who opt to drive themselves to medical appointments or independent study project locations during school hours must have parental permission to do so. Occasionally, students in grades 10, 11, and 12 may have class projects that require transportation to off-campus locations during school hours. The following forms provide parental permission for students to drive themselves, alone or with another student, or to be a passenger with another student for school-related activities. You may wait until the scenario presents itself before completing any of these forms.