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Returning Student Online Registration

Returning Student Online Registration

Online Registration for all returning students is open!
 
Parents of students already enrolled in Bastrop ISD should login to Family Access to begin the registration process for the upcoming school year.
 
Parents of returning students MUST have Family Access credentials to register their student.
 
  • If you DO NOT have Family Access credentials, please contact the registrar at the campus your student last attended. If your student is new to Bastrop ISD, click here.
  • If you cannot remember your Family Access credentials, use the Forgot Your Login/Password? link. If you're still having trouble logging in to Family Access, contact your campus registrar. 
 
Once you login to Family Access, use the "Returning Student Online Registration" link on the left hand side and complete the steps. 
 
Once you submit your student's registration, you will receive an email confirming your Returning Student Online Registration has been submitted. If no other information is required, your Returning Student Online Registration process is complete. If more information is needed, your student's campus will contact you.
 
 

Important Registration information

1. Students must live in the Bastrop School District. All Bastrop ISD students, new and returning, will be required to provide proof of residency, as established in the BISD Board policyFD (local). Please click on the link for more information concerning proof of residency requirements. 
 
2. Bastrop ISD accepts transfers for students who reside outside of the district. Annual tuition is $3,000 per student, per year billed in monthly payments of $300 from August to May. Tuition is waived for children of BISD employees. Please contact Linda Olivarez at (512) 772-7152 for information regarding student transfers.

3. Returning students may be required to provide proof of residency if moving to a new campus, either because they are going to a different campus because of grade change (elementary to intermediate, intermediate to middle, middle to high school), or they are transferring between campuses in the district. 
 

Registration Information for Homeless Students or Unaccompanied Youth

When enrolling a student in a Bastrop ISD school, you DO NOT need to provide the following information if you live in a shelter, in a motel or transitional housing, in an abandoned building, car, campground, on the street, or in a temporary foster home with an adult who is not your parent or legal guardian:
 
  • proof of residence
  • immunization records or a TB skin test result
  • birth certificate
  • school records
  • legal guardianship papers
 

For additional information, contact Reina Gallegos at 512-772-7133 or by email. For more information about your rights as a homeless student, see the documents below: 

Information for the American Indian Education Program (AIEP)

The AIEP supports American Indian and Alaska Native students at Bastrop ISD by providing culturally relevant support, like tutoring and academic workshops to help your student graduate. American Indian and Alaska Native students at BISD can have their Advanced Placement and SAT/ACT fee paid for. AIEP is funded by the Office of Indian Education Title VII Formula Grant and Austin ISD. For more information, contact Diane Tigges at 512.414.0159 or tigges@austinisd.org.


Bastrop ISD is excited to announce Returning Student Online Registration for the 2017-2018 school year! The move to an electronic system eliminates the time and money required to make and distribute thousands of paper copies, increases staff efficiency, ensures the district has the most up to date information about students, and, most importantly, saves parents time.
2017-18 Important Dates
 
May 16, 2017 
 New Student Online Enrollment
 
 
May 16, 2017
Returning Student Registration
All returning students can begin completing online registration usually completed in the paper first day packets.