Naperville Central
Welcome to Naperville Central High School!
We are excited to have another redhawk.
Below is an explanation of how to enroll in our district office and then register for classes at Naperville Central
 

 

Enrollment with District:

Central Office enrollment

630-548-4320
 

Registration for classes:

Pam Ford - secretary to the counselors

630-420-6436

Step 1 - Enroll at District office

Click here for District Enrollment page.
 
Administrative Center • 203 West Hillside Road • Naperville, IL 60540-6589
 
Centralized Enrollment Office hours during the school year are Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with early and late hours available by appointment only (call 630-548-4320).

Enrollment is a "one time only" event that occurs when a student enters the school system for the first time. Parents or guardians must provide proof of residency and census information in order to enroll their child. All families must enroll their student at the Centralized Enrollment Office.

When enrolling a student, the legal parents/guardians will be asked to complete/provide necessary paperwork including:

• Proof of Residency – including affidavits where applicable
• Birth Certificate – original or certified copy
• Custody Verification – any legal custody documents that pertain to the student
• Enrollment forms (on web site)
• Home Language Survey
• Needs Assessment
• Parental Consent for Release of Records
• Denial of Permissions
• ISBE Student Transfer Form or letter of good standing (if coming from a private school)

All forms must be submitted in person to the Centralized Enrollment Office. 

Centralized Enrollment staff will also be able to assist families whose primary language is Spanish.

 

Step 2 - Register with NCHS

After you have enrolled into district 203 it is now time to reach out to the high school
 
Call Pam Ford - secretary to the counselors
630-420-6436
 
When you call you will schedule an appointment with your specific counselor.
Anticipate the registration with the counselor to take a few hours.
 
During the meeting you might have to take a reading and math test. 
This test gives your counselor additional information on what classes would be most appropriate for you.
You will also complete a move-in survey: Take Survey (you can take this ahead of time) this will give your future teachers additional information on what kind of learner you are. 
 
After all testing is completed, you and your counselor will register you in your classes. 
Students will then get a tour of the school so that they feel comfortable walking the halls during their first day.
Students will also be paired with a NCHS Ambassador who will answer student questions and better acclimate the student to the NCHS culture during their first day of school.
 
Please note that if you are moving in during the school year and you have not been in any school for a significant amount of time, you may not be able to earn the entire semester's worth of credit. 

 
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