Student Services

New Resident Student Enrollment

We are currently accepting new student enrollment for RESIDENT students only.

A parent or legal guardian must live inside the Waverly boundaries to enroll within our district.

If you are a RESIDENT looking to enroll your student into Waverly for this school year (2021-2022), click here to start our online student registration through PowerSchool Enrollment. 

Required Documents for Enrollment

Your student's enrollment will not be complete until you return the following items:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Official Immunization Records
  • One proof of Residency shown below:
    • Current Lease Agreement or Mortgage Document
    • Current Property Tax Bill
    • Current Utility Bill with service address listed

***High School students (grades 9-12) will need a copy of their Transcript. Middle school students (grades 7-8) will need a copy of their transcript or progress report if available.***

Other items that may be helpful are:

  • Special Education records (IEP's, REED's, MET's, etc.)
  • Section 504 Plans
  • Health Action Plans - If your student has health related items that the school should be aware of, visit our Health Information web page for appropriate forms needed.  Contact our school nurse, Sue Ruegsegger at 517-319-3020 or with any questions or concerns regarding your student health plans.

Enrollment items can be returned via:

Schools of Choice Student Enrollment

If your student obtained a Schools of Choice seat in the SOC Lottery, you can enroll your student during the SOC enrollment period, a link will be available here during that time. Registrations completed that did not obtain a SOC seat in the lottery will be discarded without enrollment.

All Required Documents for Enrollment are listed above. SOC enrollment, including all required documents must be received by the dates listed in the SOC application process, otherwise you forfeit your students SOC seat. 

State Aid Release Application

State Aid Release Application can be obtained at the link below. SAR applications are for students who attended Waverly Community Schools during the 2020-2021 school year and moved outside of the Waverly boundaries but would like to continue enrollment for the upcoming year.

SAR Applications require one proof of residency shown below:

  • Current Lease Agreement or Mortgage Document
  • Current Property Tax Bill
  • Current Utility Bill with service address listed

Completed SAR applications can be returned via:

  • Email:
  • Fax: 517-321-8577 Attn: Registrar
  • Secure Drop Box: Located at 515 Snow Road, Lansing, MI. 48917

You will be notified of your student's SAR application approval or denial once we have processed the application with your resident school district.

SAR Applications will be accepted for the 2021-2022 school year starting June 1st, 2021.

State Aid Release Application for the 2021-2022 school year

Non-Resident Enrollment

If your student did not obtain a SOC seat during the SOC application window or lottery and does not qualify to attend using a SAR form, they cannot be enrolled with Waverly Community Schools. Please watch our website and Facebook page for SOC announcements for upcoming years. 

Waverly's Schools of Choice Application Window for the 2021-2022 School Year is closed

Schools of Choice availability for the 2022-2023 school year will be announced in April 2022. 

Frequently Asked Questions - Schools of Choice

Question: I don't live in the Waverly Community Schools School District, how can I enroll my student into the WCS district?

Answer: State law governs the Schools of Choice process. School districts have the option of participating in Schools of Choice on an annual basis. Districts may advertise available slots and accept applications only at specific times. The Waverly Board of Education makes decisions about the districts participation in Schools of Choice in the spring for the next school year. At that time, the availability of seats at specific grade levels will be identified and published. 

Question: When is the SOC application period?

Answer: The application period can be between 15-30 calendar days. The SOC application period will be announced each year after the Board of Education makes the decision regarding the district's participation.

Question: Where may I obtain an application?

Answer: There will be a online application available during the SOC application period. 

Question: I have multiple students, do I need to complete a SOC application for each of them?

Answer: Yes, each student would need to have a completed SOC application. 

Question: If my student is accepted, will I need to reapply each year?

Answer: Once a student is accepted under Schools of Choice provisions, their enrollment is through graduation as long as enrollment is continuous. If a student withdraws and enrolls in another district, they will forfeit their slot and must reapply during the next application period. 

Question: Are siblings guaranteed enrollment in future years?

Answer: Siblings are not guaranteed enrollment in future years, however, they are given preference for available advertised slots over any other new applicants providing the district participates in the Schools of Choice process in the year of application. 

Question: How are applications chosen to enroll in Waverly Community Schools?

Answer: The application asks very basic information (name, grade, address, district of residence, sibling information, whether there have been suspensions or expulsions, etc).  For grade levels where the number of applications received is less than the number of advertised slots, all applicants will be accepted (except as provided by law regarding suspensions or expulsions).  For grade levels that more applications are received than advertised slots, the law requires that districts accept students on a lottery basis (except as provided by law regarding suspensions or expulsions). Siblings of current Schools of Choice students receive preference to available slots over new applicants. Waverly Community Schools has a limited number of openings in each grade level. The number of spots available changes each year and is based on class size limits.

Question: Who provides transportation for my student?

Answer: Transportation to and from our district will be the responsibility of the parent.  Children must arrive in time to begin instructional activities at the start of the school day and must be picked up or have arranged childcare once the school day has ended.

Question: How do I know if I live within the Schools of Choice boundaries?

Answer: School districts within Ingham County are within the Schools of Choice boundaries for Waverly Community Schools as well as districts located in intermediate school districts that are contiguous to Ingham Intermediate School District (Clinton, Eaton, Jackson, Livingston, Shiawassee and Washtenaw).

Waverly Community Schools Tuition Based Pre-School Program - 2021-2022

Resident and Non-Resident students may apply for Tuition Preschool. There is a Tuition Pre-School application fee of $100, due when paperwork is turned in to guarantee your child's spot. Once ALL enrollment forms and the application fee of $100 have been returned, your child will be accepted into the Pre-School Program. The tuition fee is $250 per month for half day and $450 per month for full day.

Children must be 3 or 4 years of age by September 1, 2021 to qualify for the Waverly Tuition based Pre-School Program.

To start a Tuition Based Pre-School Enrollment record, click here.

If there are any questions pertaining to enrollment, contact Katrina Hines, Registrar at 517-319-3032 or

If there are any questions pertaining to payments, contact Tammy Perry at 517-319-3036 or

Visit Waverly Community School's Pre-School Website by clicking here.


Children must be 3 or 4 by September 1, 2021 to qualify for the Head Start or Great Start preschool programs.

For parents interested in enrolling their child for Head Start, Great Start Program the Interest Form can be completed in the following options:

  1. Calling the Head Start Main Office at: 517-482-1504 or Toll Free: 855-644-7735
  2. Online at

If parents who do not live in the Waverly area, but want to attend Head Start or Great Start programs housed at Waverly, it is important to state that you want to attend Head Start or Great Start at Waverly and why, i.e. (work schedule, child care) then it will be taken into consideration.

Once the Interest Form has been completed you should receive verification by email that it has been received and is being processed. If you do not, contact the Head Start Main Office at: 517-482-1504 or Toll Free: 855-644-7735.

Formal enrollment will not start until June 1st for these two programs. Home visits will be scheduled for the end of August and first week of September.

If there are any questions, contact Katrina Hines, Registrar at 517-319-3032 or

Updating your student's residency with our registrars is important to receive documents from your student's school and is required in accordance with state law. If you move during the school year, we will need one of the below items to verify your residency:

  • Current Utility Bill (showing the service address)
  • Current Lease Agreement or Mortgage Document
  • Current Property Tax Bill (showing the service address)

These items can be returned to our Administrative Offices by:

If you change your residency during the school year, you do not have to unenroll from Waverly Community Schools. Questions about residency options can be answered by our Pupil Auditor: Erin Symonds, or 517-319-3026.

McKinney-Vento Information

If you are experiencing an inadequate living situation (living in a shelter, motel, car, park, or staying with family or friends due to loss of housing or economic hardship), contact the McKinney-Vento Liaison at 517-319-3028  or for support.  You may be eligible for assistance with transportation, food, clothing, school supplies... all information is confidential. 

Waverly Student Centers/Childcare

If you are in need of before/after school childcare for your student, please click the link below for more information.

Student Centers Childcare

Transcript Request - Current Students:

Transcripts are available online through Parchment. Waverly High School has joined forces with Parchment to bring you Secure Transcript™ – the safe, paperless way to send transcripts directly to the colleges you choose. It’s easy, secure, and available 24/7. Parchment sends official transcripts, verified and approved, to the colleges and scholarship organizations you choose. Parchment will email you to confirm that they’ve been sent. And for the colleges that accept transcripts electronically, we’ll even confirm when they receive them.

Policy 6152.01: One copy of a student transcript will be provided free of charge upon graduation. The Board of Education establishes a fee of $5 for each additional copy of a student transcript. Students who do not complete graduation requirements will be charged a $5 fee for each transcript request. Transcripts will only be issued when a signed request is provided and the fee is paid.


Transcript Request – Alumni

Student Records/Transcripts (After graduation) Request Form

Waverly Alumni may request a transcript using the above PDF form:
– In person or by mail at:
Waverly Community Schools,
Administrative Center – Student Services Transcript Request
515 Snow Road, Lansing, MI 48917

– By fax:
Attention Registrar, 517-321-8577.

If you need to contact the Student Service Office regarding a transcript request, please call Katrina at 517-319-3032.

Alumni Transcript Payment Options

A transcript may be paid for:
– In person or by mail with cash or check/money order payable to Waverly Community Schools:
Waverly Community Schools,
Administrative Center – Student Services Transcript Request
515 Snow Road, Lansing, MI 48917

– Online via credit card:
Pay Schools (There is a convenience surcharge of $1.75 for online transactions.)

Transcripts are a protected document under the Family Education Rights and Protection Act (FERPA).

(Age 18 or older)
The student named on the transcript must sign the request form or provide other written permission to release a transcript to another party.


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