Welcome to Holly Area Schools Central Enrollment
Our Pupil Services Office handles all enrollments for students in grades Young 5 through 12th grade and is located in the Karl Richter Campus located at 920 Baird Street. Our summer office hours (July) are 8:00 am to 3:00 pm Monday through Thursday. Regular office hours are 7:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. If you have any enrollment or residency questions please contact us at 248.328.3106.
Young Five and Kindergarten classes are 5 full days per week. Students must be 5 years old on or before September 1st of the year of enrollment to register. Students with birth dates between September 2nd and December 1st may register for Young Fives and Kindergarten if a state waiver is signed.
To register any student at Holly Area Schools you will need the original copy of your student’s birth certificate, their immunization record and two proofs of residency, ie:., driver’s license, utility bill, lease agreement, purchase agreement, tax statement.
Middle and High School students should bring a copy of their transcript and/or withdrawal grades from their previous school.
Schools of Choice
For students located outside of the district boundary, the Holly Area Schools Board of Education has approved and participates in Schools of Choice within Oakland County, Section 105 and outside of Oakland County, Section 105C. Students must be enrolled and in attendance before the end of the first week of school.
Our next Schools of Choice window will begin May 1st and run through August 24th for the 2018-2019 School Year.
To apply for Schools of Choice the following forms need to be completed and returned to the Pupil Services Office for processing:
Schools of Choice Non-Resident Application 2018-2019
Need your child's official immunization record? Please fill out the Request for Official State of Michigan Immunization Record Application that can be found on MCIR.org.
Immunization Waiver Information - On December 11, 2014, the administrative rule was passed by the Michigan Department of Community Health requiring any parent/guardian wanting to waive vaccine/vaccines for nonmedical reasons to receive vaccine education from their local health department. This rule applies to children entering childcare, kindergarten, and 7th grade or newly enrolled in the school district after January 1, 2016.