Open Enrollment Information
Thank you very much for your interest in joining the families of over 120 students who annually select Brillion Public Schools as their "District of Choice"!
Open Enrollment Forms and Information
The open enrollment regular application period begins at midnight on Monday, February 6th, and continues until 4:00 pm on Friday, April 28th.
2023-2024 INFORMATION FOR PARENTS
INFORMACIÓN PARA LOS PADRES DE FAMILIA
SCREENSHOTS OF ONLINE APPLICATION PAGES:
Below is a link to a PDF version of screenshots of the open enrollment online parent application. The virtual charter schools pages in the sample application are not updated; however, the list is accurate on the actual online application that will be available on February 6th.
We have found these screenshots extremely helpful in assisting parents when they are trying to fill out the online application. The link to the screenshots is https://dpi.wi.gov/sites/default/files/imce/open-enrollment/2023-24-oe-online-parent-app-screenshots.pdf
ONLINE APPLICATION (available on February 6.) https://dpi.wi.gov/open-enrollment?rdt=oe#
OPEN ENROLLMENT PDF FILL-ENABLED APPLICATIONS (Paper Applications):
Although these versions of the application are available, we still strongly encourage parents to apply for open enrollment using the online application.
A reminder that parents cannot submit open enrollment applications until midnight on Monday, February 6th at the earliest and must submit them no later than 4:00 pm on Friday, April 28th.
An alternative application procedure allows pupils to apply for open enrollment at any time during a school year if certain criteria are met.
Moves and Tuition Waivers|
If a pupil moves from one school district to another school district, the pupil’s resident school district changes as a result. In most cases, the pupil enrolls and attends school in the new resident school district. However, often the pupil wishes to continue to attend the former school district. The pupil may do so under either a “tuition waiver due to a move” or public school open enrollment or both.