Enroll/Withdraw/Transcripts

Transcript Requests

If you are a current or former JWMHS student, please click on this link: JWMHS Transcript Request to order transcripts.

Transcripts for currently enrolled students are FREE.

For former students (those who have graduated or withdrawn) there will be a $2.00 fee for each paper copy. Transcripts that are transmitted to Florida colleges and universities through the FASTER electronic transfer are FREE.

New Student Registration & Enrollment Procedures

Step 1: Stop by JWMHS and pick up a registration packet, complete the packet, then set up a registration appointment. Registration appointments are available Monday – Friday. We recommend you bring any transcripts, report cards, IEP’s or 504’s that you have in advance on this day as well.

Step 2: Bring your registration packet and all appropriate paperwork on the day of your registration appointment. Please see the information below regarding Pasco County Schools Registration Requirements for the 2017-2018 school year. You will meet with our staff to discuss your child’s schedule.

  • All students must attend the school in the district where their parents/legal guardians reside unless they have an approved assignment to another school or program (e.g., School Choice). Applications for School Choice may be obtained by visiting the Educational Options website.  Completed applications must be submitted during specified application periods.
  • The school district expects residence information submitted regarding students to be truthful and accurate, and district forms pertaining to residence and household membership shall be verified under penalties of perjury.
  • Section §837.06, Florida Statutes, provides that, ”Whoever knowingly makes a false statement in writing with the intent to mislead a public servant in the performance of his or her official duty shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree.”  Additionally, a person who knowingly makes a false declaration under penalties of perjury commits a felony of the third degree, pursuant to section 92.525, Florida Statutes. Providing school officials false information regarding your residence when enrolling your child may result in your child being withdrawn and/or reassigned to the appropriate zoned school, and referral of the matter to law enforcement for possible criminal prosecution. Additionally, falsification of this information may result in the permanent revocation of your child’s privilege to engage in extracurricular activities, including organized sports.
  • Parents/legal guardians are responsible for notifying the school principal if there is a change in residence or parental responsibility of the student within five (5) days, even if the parent thinks the student is still in the school’s zone.  Failure to give timely notice may result in a reassignment to the student’s zoned school and/or loss of eligibility for athletics and other activities.

Required Documentation

Evidence of residence:

____ Owned residence – deed or property tax assessment records, and a copy of a current utility (electric/water) bill or initial order for service; and one of the following current documents supporting stated address: auto registration, Florida driver’s license, Florida ID card, or voter registration as evidence that parent(s) owns and lives at the residence.

____ Leased Residence – Current lease or rental agreement or a notarized letter from the landlord, anda copy of a current utility (electric/water) bill or initial order for service; and one of the following current documents supporting stated address: auto registration, driver’s license, Florida ID card, or voter registration as evidence that parent(s) lives at the residence.

Other:

____ Birth certificate (original required for copying) or other evidence of age.  Please see section 1003.21, Florida Statutes, for a complete list of acceptable documents

____ Physical (dated and signed by a health professional within one (1) year of enrollment (first day of school).

____ Current DH 680 State of Florida Immunization Form that is transcribed by a health professional. (See Immunization/Physical Requirements for school entry)

____ Social Security number, if available (verify number with card; do not copy card).  The district shall request each student enrolling in school provide his or her social security number as required by section 1008.386, Florida Statutes. Parent disclosure of their child’s Social Security number is voluntary.

If applicable:

____ Legal documents i.e., a copy of any current judgment of divorce (dissolution of marriage) or other court order establishing the right of custody will be required for registration.

____ If your child receives exceptional education services, a copy of the Individual Education Plan (IEP) and full psychological report is required.

Note: Please see the Student Progression Plan for information regarding Kindergarten/First Year Primary Legal Requirements for enrollment.

Students Previously Enrolled Within the State of Florida 

Students Previously Enrolled in Pasco County Public Schools or Students Previously Enrolled in Public School Within the State of Florida or Students Previously Enrolled in Private School Within the State of Florida

Required Documentation

Evidence of residence:

____ Owned residence – deed or property tax assessment records, and a copy of a current utility (electric/water) bill or initial order for service; and one of the following current documents supporting stated address: auto registration, Florida driver’s license, Florida ID card, or voter registration as evidence that parent(s) owns and lives at the residence.

____ Leased residence – Current lease or rental agreement or a notarized letter from the landlord, and a copy of a current utility (electric/water) bill or initial order for service; and one of the following current documents supporting stated address: auto registration, driver’s license, Florida ID card, or voter registration as evidence that parent(s) lives at the residence.

Other:

____ Current DH 680 State of Florida Immunization Form that is transcribed by a health professional. (See Immunization/Physical requirements for school entry)

_____ If a student has ever been in a Florida public or private school at any time throughout his/her school career, a new physical examination is NOT required for entry.

If applicable:

____ Legal documents i.e., a copy of any current judgment of divorce (dissolution of marriage) or other court order establishing the right of custody will be required for registration.

____ If your child receives exceptional education services, a copy of the Individual Education Plan (IEP) and full psychological report is required.

Note: Please see the Student Progression Plan for information regarding Kindergarten/First Year Primary Legal Requirements for enrollment.

Homeless Students

Authorized under Federal law through the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act, the Students In Transition (S.I.T.) Program provides services to ensure identified homeless children and youth have access to a free and appropriate public education by removing barriers due to homelessness. Additional information can be found at Students in Transisiton Program website.

Affidavit of Residency

All students must reside with at least one parent or legal guardian. Proof of guardianship is a photocopy of the court order appointing guardianship. Under extenuating circumstances, a notarized Affidavit of Residence may be accepted if proof of residence can be validated.  For additional information regarding this option, please visit your school of residence.

Legal Notices

Additional information concerning parental/legal notices can be accessed at the district’s Parent and Legal Notices website.  We welcome parents and students to familiarize themselves with this information to ensure a safe and healthy learning environment for students.

Step 3: The day after your registration appointment you will drop your child off at the registrar’s office in the Main Office and he/she will receive his/her schedule and be escorted to his/her 1st period class to begin their day at JWMHS. If you have any questions, please contact the school at (727) 774-9200.

Student Withdrawals

If you need to withdraw a student from JWMHS we recommend you do this Monday – Friday between the hours of 8:30 AM and 2:00 PM. Please contact our registrar at (727) 774-9200 to make sure that you have all of the information that you need to register at your new school and that you have turned in all textbooks and fulfilled any financial obligations to JWMHS.