The Centralized Registration Office, located in the Centralized Student Services Center, is here to provide assistance through the registration process for all K-12 students new to Hemet Unified School District. The Centralized Registration Office provides the following services:
An intradistrict transfer provides permission for a student to attend a school outside his/her school of residency. Intradistrict transfers are available only to students who reside in the Hemet Unified School District School boundaries. Requests for intradistrict transfers may be filed at the Centralized Registration Office. Transfer requests will be submitted to Pupil Services for review.
If the transfer request received exceeds the number of available spaces, the request will be subject to a random unbiased selection process as required by state law.
Parents of new kindergarten students may file an intradistrict transfer prior to registration of their student.
Open Enrollment for 2013-14 Intradistrict Transfers
District residents wanting to have their child considered for enrollment in a school other than their neighborhood school for 2013-14 must submit an Open Enrollment application during the period January 1, 2013 through March 1, 2013. Applications should be submitted to the Centralized Registration Office. Approval of the application will depend upon available space at the requested school.
An interdistrict transfer provides permission for a student to attend a school in a district other than the district of his/her residency. Applications are available at the Centralized Registration Office, applications will be submitted to Pupil Services for review.
Application for an interdistrict transfer does not register a student for school in the Hemet Unified School District. Registration is a separate process. Please visit the Registration page for registration information.
If your address changes at any time, you must go to the Centralized Registration Office to fill out a new Emergency Card for each student in your house hold and provide proof of residency. TWO (2) of the following:
To register a student at HUSD, verification of immunizations must be provided. Health Services operates an immunization and tuberculosis testing clinic at the CSSC. The clinic is staffed by credentialed school nurses who provide and interpret TB testing and perform injections of immunizations required for school entry. Parents may elect to utilize the services of the clinic or to have their child immunized by a private health care provider. Preschool immunizations and optional recommended vaccines are not offered. Visit the Health Services Clinic page to find details regarding immunizations.
Students are identified, assessed, placed and redesignated according to state guidelines. Before a student enters any school in the Hemet Unified School district, the parent or guardian completes a Home Language Survey. If the parent/guardian indicated there is a language other than English on any of the first three questions of the Home Language Survey, the student is referred for language assessment. The CSSC notifies the Language Assessment Center to set an appointment for the students to be assessed using the state ELD test.
Children are eligible to receive special education and related services when they meet state and federal criteria established by law. There are 13 eligibility criteria for special education. Read more on Special Education page.
Most students are served in district programs, including Resource Specialist Programs, Special Day Classes and Speech. Some students, whose needs cannot be met in district programs are served in either county or non-public school programs.
The CSSC office will refer parents to the Special Education office to review special needs.
HUSD participates in the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program. Meals are served every school day.
Applications for free and reduced-price meals are processed by the Nutrition Services office located in the front of the CSSC building at 2075 West Acacia Avenue. Applications for free and reduced-price meals may be obtained at the CSSC, the Nutrition Services office, school offices or may be downloaded and printed from Nutrition Services web page. Additionally, meal applications are mailed in the summer to every family in the school district. Meal prices and menus are also available on the Nutrition web page.
Find your student's home school with the "School Locator" provided by the Facilities department.