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Student Registration

 Please read all instructions carefully before beginning the registration process.

     Welcome to Nutley Public Schools!  To register a child for school, parents should (1) print out and complete the Student Registration Packet, (2) complete the Online Pre-registration Form, and (3) submit the Student Registration Packet with enrollment documents.  Documents can be submitted via digital upload or Red Mail Box located in the front of John Walker Middle School.  Further explanation is listed:

  • (1) Student Registration Packet- Print and complete this packet. Be sure to complete all pages and sign where parent signatures are required.¬† Forms that are not signed where required will be rejected, delaying the registration.¬† Please follow the checklist in this packet to gather all necessary Registration Documentation. A link to this packet is listed following #3.


  • (2) Online Pre-registration Form- We are pleased to offer parents/guardians a secure, online web-based system to pre-register their child for school.¬† Please be sure to include all parents/guardians information, regardless of whether parents reside together.¬† Emergency contacts are important information, so please take a minute to add them into the system by clicking ‚Äėadd additional contact‚Äô when prompted. After completing the Online Pre-Registration, an email will be generated with directions for document submission.¬† The email will be sent to the first parent email that you list in your preregistration.¬† A link to begin this Pre-registration is listed following #3.


  • (3) Digital Document Upload/Mail Box - Follow the digital upload directions in your email to submit your necessary documentation. Instead of digital upload, parents may choose to submit documents via Mail Box. The Red Mail Box is located in front of John Walker Middle School, 325 Franklin Avenue, from 1:00pm-8:00pm.¬† Be sure to put the documents in an envelope with your child‚Äôs name on it.¬† Please do not ring the school doorbell to hand in paperwork!


There are no in-person registrations at this time. Please contact the Registration Office with any questions at or call 973-320-8494.

Thank you.

Click Here to Pre-Register Online

Click Here For New Student Registration Packet

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Click Here For Landlord Statement

Click Here For Affidavit Form (if needed) -This is to be used when parent/student are living with a family member or friend in Nutley and the parent is NOT the homeowner or lease holder.

Parents must provide all of the following residency information:

   - N.J. driver’s license, town ID with Nutley address, or any other form of photo identification.
   - Current utility bills (one of each) including PSE&G, water, cable, and a phone bill.
   - In addition, homeowners need a mortgage statement or tax bill.  
   - Renters, a certified landlord statement and lease must be provided at the time of registration. 

Parents must also provide the following documents for the child being registered:

1.  Original birth certificate
2.  Custody papers (if applicable)
3.  Health Records (VACCINATIONS): 

   - DTP (4 doses) including Tdap after 10th birthday
   - Polio (3 doses)
   - Measles (2 dose) Mumps (1 dose) Rubella (1 dose) OR MMR (2 doses)
   - Varicella (1 dose)
   - Hepatitis B (3 child doses OR 2 adult doses - age 11-15)
   - Meningococcal (1 dose) upon entering Grade 6 and 11 years old

   - Haemophilus influenza B (Hib) Age 2-11 months (2 doses) Age 12-59  months (1 dose)
   - Influenza (1 dose yearly - age 12-59 months)

Mantoux IS required if student is transferring from outside of the U.S. and coming from certain countries with a high incidence of Tuberculosis.


The Nutley School District serves approximately 4,100 students in Kindergarten through grade 12. The five elementary schools serve students K-6 and include Lincoln School, Radcliffe School, Spring Garden School, Washington School and Yantacaw School. John H. Walker Middle School serves students in grades 7-8 while Nutley High School addresses the needs of students in grades 9-12.