Student Registration/Enrollment

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Office Hours

8 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday to Friday


Phone Numbers

Dial 928-672-3500

High School, ext 2000

Fax: 928-672-3504



K-8, ext 1002

Fax: 928-672-3505


School Enrollment Information

Enrollment applications for the 2021-2022 School Year will be available for download starting July 2021.

Our building are currently closed to the public due to COVID-19, meaning that new families cannot register in person at this time for the 2021-2022 School Year. 

New and returning student enrollment forms will be available for download starting July 2021.  If you do not have access to printing, please call the school to arrange for a pick-up or if you need to turn in enrollment documents.  We look forward to meeting our new families and welcoming back those who are returning.

Our Residential Halls are also open for enrollment.

Thank you for your patience as we navigate through this unique situation.

New Student Registration

Parents will need to furnish the following information:

The following are required documents:

  • Enrollment Application;
  • Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB);
  • Official Birth Certificate;
  • Current School Year (dated 2021 or later) Immunization Record;
  • Guardian Documentation (if applicable);
  • Social Security Card (for High School);
  • Proof of Physical Address (for High School);

Additional documents:

  • Withdrawal from previous school;
  • Last report card showing promotion;
  • Official Transcripts (High School);
  • Copy of Promotion Certificate (High School - Incoming Freshman);
  • Exceptional Educational Services Documents (IEP) (if applicable).
Returning Students

Returning K-8 students will not need to submit a yearly enrollment application and will automatically roll over.  We ask that parents call in or login to their parent portal with any changes to their household contact information.

However, if you are a guardian to a student and your guardianship has expired, please submit a current guardianship/Power of Attorney form.  We do provide our 'School Use' only Power Of Attorney Form


Purpose of the Power of Attorney Form: 

You agree to act as the responsible party for the child in school. You will be taking over the duties and obligations the student's parent would normally have for school purposes only. The form gives the school a responsible party (you) to contact with any questions about the child, or to send information home about the child. The school will have the right to ask you questions to make sure you meet the conditions set out in the form.

HIGH SCHOOL           
For more information regarding immunization requirements,click here to be directed to the Arizona School Immunization Requirement site.

We will no longer be accepting handwritten immunization. Immunizations must be validated each school year (dated 2021 or later).

Parents of children without complete immunization records will be allowed to pick up registration materials, but will not be able to officially register their child until all immunizations are complete.

Immunizations Required

  • DTP, DT, DtaP, Td (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis) - 5 doses required
  • IPV, OPV (Polio) - 4 doses required
  • MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) - 2 doses required
  • Hep B (Hepatitis B) - 3 doses required
  • HIB (Haemophilus Influenzae Type B) - 4 doses required
Questions regarding immunization, please contact our School Nurse at 928-672-3500 ext 1005.

Shonto Preparatory Technology High School accepts enrollment application packets for students fifteen (15) through eighteen (18) years of age. While students may apply for admission at any time of year, students are encouraged to submit their application packet on or before May 1st for the following school year. Initial admissions and if necessary, a lottery, shall be conducted at that time to determine enrollment for the following school year based on applications received by May 1st.

Applications will be accepted after the May 1st deadline before or during the school year for any remaining openings available.

Arizona Revised Statutes §15-184(B) provides that enrollment preference shall be granted to pupils returning to the charter school and to siblings of pupils already enrolled. A.R.S. §15-184(C) states that enrollment preference may be granted by the School to students who are in foster care, homeless, or those who are children, grandchildren or legal wards of employees of the school, Governing Board members, or employees, directors, officers, partners or Board members of the charter holder.

If capacity at the School is insufficient to enroll all those who submit an application on or before May 1st, the School shall select pupils through a lottery except that preference shall be given to siblings of pupils selected.


Shonto Preparatory Schools accepts enrollment application packets for students who range in age from five (5) years old through fourteen (14) years old. Student must be five (5) years old by December 31 st of the current school year to be eligible for enrollment.  Attendance, behavior, and academic checks will be completed for students who wish to attend SPS.

The following criteria will be considered for enrollment:

1. 3rd - 8th Grade Transferring students - A 2.0 GPA is preferred, however enrollment will be considered on an individual basis.  
2. Parent/guardian must provide all required documents (birth certificate, certificate of Indian blood, and other legal document, etc.)
3. Student must be in good academic standing with previous school. If student has been expelled, suspended, or has a behavior contract on file he or she may not be accepted and it is based on an individual case by case basis.
4.  Student must not have a criminal history or criminal charges pending. 
5.  Enrollment is pending until background checks are completed.


The Navajo Tribal Attendance law states that Navajo children between the ages of five (5) and nineteen (19) that are not graduated from high school must be attending school. Students who are dropped because of excessive absences will be referred to Family Court of the Navajo Nation. (Tribal Code Title 10, Chapter. Section 118, Paragraph A.)

Arizona Revised Statutes 15-184 states, “…school may refuse to admit any pupil who has been expelled from another educational institution or who is in the process of being expelled from another educational institution.”