Welcome to White Bear!
Throughout the month of January, White Bear Lake Area Schools will be hosting a variety of informational events and open houses to help you learn more about our district and register for the 2017-18 school year. Find a complete listing of activities here. Find a High School Info Night postcard here.
White Bear Lake Area School District has a Centralized Enrollment Center at the District Center Office in White Bear Lake. The Centralized Enrollment Center allows parents to enroll their students in one centralized location. For information, or to register your child in the White Bear Lake Area School District, please call 651-407-7674.
Centralized Enrollment Center 4855 Bloom Avenue White Bear Lake, MN 55110 Tel: 651-407-7674 Fax: 651-407-7502
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Coordination of academics and activities between the North and South high school campuses provides many benefits. Students experience a wide range of opportunities available in a large school with opportunities for individual leadership and faculty-student mentoring made possible in the smaller campus settings.
District Entrance Requirements
Students must have the following to enroll:
Birthdate Verification - Children who are five years of age on or before September 1st of the school year are eligible to attend kindergarten. Parents are required to provide birthdate verification. A birth certificate, baptismal certificate, or hospital certificate may be used as verification as well as adoption papers and passports. For children who were born in Minnesota, a birth certificate may be obtained from the Minnesota Department of Health, Center for Health Statistics, Office of the State Registrar, P.O. Box 9441, Minneapolis, MN 55440-9914. Phone: (612) 676-5120.
Minnesota School Immunization Law - Minnesota Statutes Section 121A.15 and Minnesota Rules Chapter 4604 requires that each student enrolled in and remaining in an early childhood program, elementary school or secondary school, must submit a record stating that they have received immunizations consistent with medically accepted standards. Immunization records from parents or health care provider stating the month, day, and year of each dose are acceptable. If the student meets one of the legal exemptions: contraindication for medical reasons or contraindication for conscientiously held beliefs, the health care provider or notary needs to sign an appropriate exemption.