District 200 extends a warm welcome to our students and families. To be eligible for admission to District 200, a child must be 5 years old and less than 21 years of age on or before September 1 of the current school term. A child with exceptional needs who qualifies for special education services is eligible for admission at 3 years of age. All students must register for school each year according to procedures set by the school administration.
To help the registration process flow quickly and smoothly, please read and follow all of the following instructions.
The following forms must be turned in for each student. Click to download and bring the completed documents to registration.
District 200 Student Registration Form
(An appointment with a counselor is necessary for high school enrollment.)
Health Information Record
Physical Examination Form
Dental Examination Form
Medication Authorization Form (if student needs medication during school day)
Medication Self-Administration form (if student needs medication during school day)
Asthma & Epi-Pen Administration Policy and Permission Form
Authorization for Electronic Network Access
Parent/Guardian Authorization and Release of Student Photographs/Videos/Original Work
Sports Physical Form
Military Service Survey
District 200’s basic registration fees are:
Half-Day PreKindergarten $100.00
Kindergarten and Grades 1-5 $125.00
Grades 6-8 $125.00
Grades 9-12 $175.00
Additional fees may be charged in grades 6-12 for participation in certain co-curricular activities and are itemized on the Student Fee Schedule below. Fees are due at the time of registration. Checks should be made payable to Woodstock Community Unit School District 200.
Where to Register
New students: New students should register onsite at the school in their attendance area. See Elementary School Attendance Boundaries and Middle and High School Attendance Boundaries below to determine your correct school attendance center.
Current students: There is no onsite registration for current District 200 students. Mail-in registration materials are sent to students’ homes. Completed materials must be returned to the school in order for the student to be enrolled for the next school year.
Elementary School Attendance Boundaries
Middle and High School Attendance Boundaries
Student Fee Schedule 2016-17