If your students are new to Andover Public Schools, please complete the Intent to Register form for each student. As part of the process, you will be required to provide proof of residence in form of a utility bill and home contract or rental agreement. This documentation can be uploaded as part of the registration process. If you are unable to upload the documentation, please contact your child’s school.
Once you have provided proof of residence, we will create an account for you and your student in PowerSchool. After the accounts are created, we will email you the login information so that when online enrollment opens on July 23, you will be able to log in and enroll your student using the PowerSchool Registration tool.
New students can register at buildings after staff have returned to the schools. Contact District Office at 316-218-4660 for more information.
Enter your address in our School Assignment Locator to find out which elementary, middle school and high school your student is assigned to.
Registration is all completed online. If you do not have internet access at home or if you need help with online enrollment, you may visit the Andover District Office, 1432 N. Andover Road, between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. or at your student’s school after online enrollment begins.
For help logging into PowerSchool, call your child’s school. For your RevTrak username and password, call District Office at 316-218-4660.
For students who live further than a 2.5-mile drive from their building, there is no fee for transportation. Students who live closer than 2.5 miles and who choose to use Andover Public Schools transportation pay a fee of $250 per student with a maximum fee of $350 per family. Payments can be made through the RevTrak Web Store or at the District Office at 1432 N. Andover Road. Durham School Services or the schools will not take payments at their location.
You will be notified of your student’s bus route information on Aug. 11 for students in ALL grades. You can access this information in PowerSchool. Directions on how to access this information will be sent Aug. 11.
Questions about dual credit courses should be directed to your high school counselor.
For answers to questions about enrollment, call the district office at 316-218-4660 or email email@example.com.