Roosevelt School District is Now Enrolling for the 2022-23 School Year
Roosevelt School District is now enrolling students in all grades for the upcoming school year. We are a place where we value equity, inclusion, kindness and innovation. We are a place where students are taught by highly qualified, certified, caring teachers and staff, in safe and nurturing environments. We are a place where all students and families are valued and respected.
We Are Roosevelt.
Every Roosevelt student receives an Apple iPad to create, learn and innovate, and is challenged academically while being supported socially and emotionally. We are committed to providing all students with a high quality learning experience.
STEAM, project-based and digital literacy programs utilizing integrated Apple iPad technology
Personalized learning environments to support gifted students, students with special needs and English Language Learners
Specialized Signature Academies to challenge students academically while exploring their interests
Free Before and After School Programs
Free transportation, breakfast and lunch offered to all enrolled students
Leadership opportunities, traditional and e-sports, fine and perfroming arts programs, and more!
Partnerships with local universities to promote a college-going mindset
Early Childhood Programs
Highly qualified, certified teachers and early childhood paraprofessionals in every classroom
Pre-school, Head Start and full-day Kindergarten programs provided at no cost
AZ Early Learning Standards and bilingual support in every classroom
How to Enroll
You can enroll your student online, in person at one of our 18 enrolling schools or at the district office. Roosevelt is an open-enrollment district. Families residing outside of our district boundaries may apply at any time during the year at any of our campuses. A.R.S. §15-803 requires school attendance for every child between the ages of 6 and 16.
When you register your student, please have the following documents:
- Student’s valid birth certificate
- Student's current immunization record
- Valid proof of residency or address
A child is eligible for admission to kindergarten if the child reaches the age of five before Sept. 1 of the current school year, per A.R.S. §15-851.
Phoenix Union High School District
To identify the high school in Phoenix Union High School District for your 9th–12th grade student, please visit their website.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have compiled a list of some of our most frequently asked questions below. If you do not see the answer to your question below, please call Jean Cook at 602-243-4832.
What if I do not have a birth certificate for my student?
Can my student start school if they are missing immunizations or I don't have a copy of their records?
What is accepted as a valid proof of residency or address?
Can my student start Kindergarten if they aren’t five before Sept. 1 of the current school year?
How do I know what school my student will attend?
What is the dress code for Roosevelt students?
Will my student start the same day I enroll them?
What is a PHLOTE and why must I fill one out?
Can I enroll a student if I take care of them but am not their legal guardian?
How do I enroll my student if I do don’t live within Roosevelt boundaries?
What is the process to move schools if I would like my student to enroll at another school within the district?