Kindergarten admissions letters were mailed out over the Spring Break. All families that received an offer letter should register at their school to secure their placement for September.
If your child was born in 2009, you can still apply to kindergarten. Families who did not participate in Kindergarten Admissions can still go to their zoned school and other schools of interest to apply. To find out your options:
If you have questions or concerns, contact us at KindergartenConnect@schools.nyc.gov.
Districts 1, 7, and 23 are choice districts, which means they do not have zoned schools. If you live in one of these districts, you should check out the Choice District Directories and find out what schools you can apply to.
New York City’s nearly 200 charter schools give families additional public school options. Read the Charter School Directory to learn more about the charter schools in all five boroughs and how to apply.
Students with disabilities apply to kindergarten through Kindergarten Admissions in the same way as their non-disabled peers. Read more.
Kindergarten Admissions 2014 from NYC Public Schools on Vimeo.
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If you have questions about Elementary School Admissions, please call (718) 935-2009, email ES_Enrollment@schools.nyc.gov, or visit an Enrollment Office.