Required Enrollment Documents Grades 1-12


  • Birth Certificate/I-94 Refugee Card
  • Complete Immunization Record and Physical Examination documentation
  • All prior school records – Including Transcript/report card, test scores, ACCESS scores, attendance records, discipline records, SPED records (if applicable).
  • Proof of Residency (See Table Below)


All applicants must submit at least one document from each of the following columns:

Column A

Column B

Column C

  • Recent mortgage payment


  • Purchase and Sale Agreement


  • Copy of Lease or Rental Agreement


  • Notarized Affidavit from Landlord


  • Section 8 Agreement


  • House Deed

A utility bill or work order dated within the past 60 days showing Westfield address:

  • Gas & Electric bill
  • Oil bill
  • Cable bill
  • Telephone bill
  • Current vehicle registration
  • Property/Excise Tax bill
  • Home or Rental Insurance Statement
  • Valid driver’s license with current address


  • Valid Government issued Photo ID


  • Valid Passport

Legal guardianship requires additional documentation from a court or agency.



All documents must be submitted by appointment to the Central Registration Office located at 94 North Elm Street, Suite 101 to complete your student’s enrollment into the Westfield Public Schools.  To make an appointment please email, call 413.572.6439 or you may select a day/time after you complete the online pre-registration by following Step 1 on the confirmation page.

According to Massachusetts law, only those students who are living in Westfield are eligible to attend the Westfield Public Schools unless accepted through the School Choice Program. A determination that a student does not actually reside in Westfield renders the student ineligible to enroll in the Westfield Public Schools, or if the student is already enrolled, shall result in the termination of enrollment, Please be aware that M.G.L. c76§5 allows the District to obtain the daily tuition rate from any adult who enrolled a student in the Westfield Public Schools, knowing that the student was not a resident.        

Updated 1/9/2020