Student Enrollment

Welcome to Student Enrollment
Ensuring that each student achieves his/her highest personal potential

Registrations and enrollments can now be submitted online through the Focus Parent Portal. Note: Depending on the time of year and the volume of registrations received, the processing time can drastically increase due to volume and missing items.

The Student Enrollment office accepts appointments and walk-in registrations Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. through QLess. The office is located at 2855 Colonial Blvd. in Fort Myers near the south entrance of the Lee County Public Education Center.

Parents requesting Lee Virtual School (KG-GR 12) should complete all required registration requirements for a NEW Enrollee or RE-Enrollment. Parent will then complete the Lee Virtual School Application and email to [email protected]. Current School District of Lee County student's application for Lee Virtual School (LVS) for second semester are due by November 10, 2023.  The final day to enroll into Lee Virtual School for NEW students to the School District of Lee County is January 26, 2024.  

ADDRESS Changes/Updates can be done at your child's school or at The Student Enrollment Office.  Updating addresses online via Focus is not an option at this time.

Register New Students Online
(K-12) (2023-2024)

Submit paperwork using the Focus Parent Portal. Required items:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Physical
  • Florida Certificate of Immunization
  • Proof of Address
  • Parent ID

Register Online about Register Online

Re-enroll Students Online returning to the School District of Lee County (2023-2024)

Submit paperwork using the Focus Parent Portal. Required items:

  • Proof of Address

Re-enroll Online about Re-enroll Online

Schedule an appointment or reserve a place in line for in-person registration

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Make an Appointment about Make an Appointment

Pre-registration for the 2024-2025 school year (K-12)

Available now using the Focus Parent Portal!

  • Complete School Choice application (mid-January through February) to provide preference.  Available in Focus portal Jan. 15 - Feb. 29, 2024)
  • Enrollment lottery processes in March.

Register Online about Register Online for 2024-2025

Important Dates

School Zones

Provide parents and guardians school options with increased opportunities to attend schools closer to their homes and allow diverse school enrollments.

More Information about School Zones

Student Open Enrollment Eligibility Pool (Wait List)

Wait list ended 7.31.23

For parents that applied during Student Open Enrollment and are on the wait list.

More Information about Student Open Enrollment Eligibility Pool (Wait List)


Waiver forms and processes such as second semester transfer waiver.

More Information about Waivers

Out-of-County Student Enrollment (House Bill 7029)

Information about out-of-county student open enrollment.

More Information about Out-of-County Student Enrollment (House Bill 7029)

Additional Information

Advanced Programs

AICE, the Arts, FGCU or IB programs offered in our middle and high schools.

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Career Academies

Multiple programs that prepare individuals for occupations important to Florida’s economic development.

More Information about Career Academies

Early Childhood Learning Programs

Voluntary Pre-kindergarten (VPK), Pre-kindergarten, Early Head Start and Head start.

More Information about Early Childhood Learning Programs

Lee Virtual School

A structured public school within the home of each participant.

More Information about Lee Virtual School

Magnet Schools

Special Enrichment Program Choices for Families

More Information about Special Program Choices for Families

Parents' Bill of Rights

Provides parental rights relating to a minor child's education, upbringing, and health care.

More Information about Parents' Bill of Rights

Scholarship Programs (FLDOE)

Florida provides a variety of school choice option, including six scholarship programs.

More Information about Scholarship Programs (FLDOE)

Young Five

Students turning 5 years old between May 1st and Sept. 1st.

More Information about Young Five