Orientation/Registration

Student online registration for upcoming school year

Save time during fall registration by updating your student’s information online! By completing this process using your Parent Portal account, you can avoid paper forms and save time at the school during the fall return. There are two windows during which current students can register online for 2021-22:

  • The “Early Bird” window – April 26-May 21
  • Current year – July 26-August 14

If you are currently a North student and need information on registering for the upcoming school year, click link below:

Online Registration – Returning Student – ENGLISH

INSCRIPCIONES EN LÍNEA ESTUDIANTE QUE REGRESA

Need help? Please contact our Registrar, Alma Gonzalez at Alma_gonzalez@dpsk12.org or 720-423-2737.

New to DPS student online registration for upcoming school year

If you are new to Denver Public Schools and need information on registering for the upcoming school year, click link below:

Online Registration – New to DPS – English

INSCRIPCIONES EN LÍNEA ESTUDIANTE NUEVO

Need help? Please contact our Registrar, Alma Gonzalez at Alma_gonzalez@dpsk12.org or 720-423-2737.

9th Grade Class of 2025 Registration and Orientation Information

We are excited to welcome you to the Denver North Viking family and we cannot wait for you to join us next school year as part of the Class of 2025! This Spring, in preparation for the start of your high school journey, you will complete North’s Freshman Orientation course. Orientation is an opportunity to learn more about North High School, become familiar with the opportunities and supports we provide for students, and to prepare for your Freshman year in a variety of ways.

Orientation is an online course that you will have access to through Schoology, if your student attended middle school in DPS, or Google Classroom, if you student attended middle school outside of DPS, that students and guardians will engage in together.

Orientation will open on Monday, April 26 at 4pm and must be completed by Friday, May 14.

Click here to access the Schoology Course directly (if attended DPS middle school)

Click here to access the Google Classroom Course directly. (if attended middle school outside of DPS)

Click here for Schoology and Google Classroom access instructions and Orientation support opportunities including live online support meetings, twice-weekly Office Hours and the Support Form link.

You will need the following information to complete the Freshman Orientation Course:

  • You student’s 6-digit DPS ID number
  • Your student’s 8-digit birthday: MMDDYYYY

Course Recommendations for Scheduling:

You will have the chance to select your classes for next year during Orientation. You received an email on April 21 listing the classes recommended for you by your middle school counselor and teachers. The North High School counselors are also here to help you decide what classes will be the best fit for your freshman year.

As a part of Orientation, you will complete Registration where you will officially sign up for your seat at North! We recommend trying the steps and looking through Orientation soon after it launches (on April 26), especially if you anticipate that you may need support.

Thank you for your time and commitment to complete these initial steps.

We are so excited to have you join us at North in August!

Sincerely,

Elizabeth Laughlin
720.423.2762
Elizabeth_Laughlin@dpsk12.org
Assistant Principal, Class of 2025

Scott Wolf
720.423.2905
Scott_Wolf@dpsk12.net
Principal, North High School

Fees and Payment Systems at North

This year, families will pay their fees online using the new DPS payment system MySchoolBucks on Parent Portal. Your North contact is Grisel Sweeney. Ms. Sweeney can be reached at Grisel_Sweeney@dpsk12.org or 720-423-2736.

Transferring to North

Families of current high school students wishing to transfer to North must make an appointment with Alma Gonzalez to discuss enrollment. Please contact Alma Gonzalez at Alma_Gonzalez@dpsk12.org or 720-423-2737 to set up the appointment. Families will also meet with a school administrator to discuss appropriate course selection during the enrollment appointment.

Documents needed to enroll at North High:

  • Proof of address (copy of mortgage statement or rental lease, Xcel bill, water bill or notarized letter if residing with friend or family member)
  • Student’s birth certificate
  • Student’s complete school records: grade transcript, attendance and behavior records

Learn more about DPS SchoolChoice and enrollment information.

Free and Reduced Lunch (FRL) Online Meal Application

DPS is pleased to announce our new and improved Free and Reduced Lunch (FRL) online Meal Application – MySchoolsApps.com. We have made it easier for all households to apply for lunch on-line.

Families will be notified about when they need to submit their applications for the following school year.

MySchoolsApps is a state-of-the art web-based platform that makes applying for lunch easier than completing a paper application with faster turnaround time for status determination and other notifications from the FRL department. MySchoolsApps will provide benefits to the household and the school administrators:

  • Application can be entered any time day or night (24-hour access)
  • Easy to follow, step-by-step instructions in English and Spanish
  • Eligibility notification letter emailed to the household often within 48 hours
  • Application is safe and secure