The Meramec Valley R-III enrollment process for new families/students can be completed online. In addition, all current MVR-III families will be required to complete a Returning Students - Annual Family Information Update online. The enrollment/update may be completed using a computer, laptop, or tablet.


Before you begin:

  • Gather the required information and documents listed in the appropriate section below.

  • Be sure to complete the entire process. You will receive email confirmation after submission.

  • Smartphones are not supported devices for online enrollment.

    • If you do not have computer access or prefer to enroll in person, please call your MVR-III school to set up an appointment.

    • We are happy to provide a district computer on-site and assist you with completing the application!

  • View the Infinite Campus online registration video to learn more about the process.

If you need assistance:

  • Email Student Data Coordinator Michelle Reed

  • Call Central Office at 636-271-1400 between 8 AM and 4 PM Monday through Friday.

START HERE - Which best describes your family?

New Family to MVR-III?

MVR-III Family with a New Student?

MVR-III Family with a Returning Student?


Kindergarten Registration

Meramec Valley R-III offers full-day, tuition-free kindergarten to resident families. Children must be five years old before August 1 of a school year to begin kindergarten.

Begin collecting the required documentation listed in the Enroll drop-down above. Once the registration window opens, contact your MVR-III school between 8 AM & 4 PM to begin the enrollment process.

Early Childhood Options

MVR-III offers Parents as Teachers (in-home visiting programs for ages 0-36 months) and various pre-school programs (ages 3-5 years). For more information, please call Doris Hoffman Early Learning Center at 636-271-1464.

Admission of Resident Students

All students, five to twenty-one years of age, who reside within the boundaries of the District may attend District schools tuition-free. In order to “reside” within the District, the student must be physically domiciled within District boundaries. The domicile of a minor child is generally the domicile of the student’s parents or guardian.

A student may only register in the District if the student provides proof of residency or if the student or parent requests a waiver from the Board of Education on the basis of hardship or good cause. Parents will be required to sign a “Proof of Residency” form at the time of enrollment. If the Superintendent has reason to suspect that the admission of a student will create an immediate danger to the safety of others, a hearing will be convened. At the hearing, the District will determine whether the student may enroll.

Designated attendance areas for all schools shall be established by the Meramec Valley R-III Board of education to make optimum use of district school facilities. Students residing within the attendance area of a school shall attend that school except as otherwise provided by the policies of the Meramec Valley R-III Board of Education.