Welcome to the School District of Oconee County Enrollment Portal
We are pleased you have decided to enroll your child in our district. We want to make the enrollment process as easy as possible, whether you are registering a new student, returning student, applying for school choice, choosing a VirtualSDOC class, or are looking for information for our preschool screenings. If you have any enrollment questions, please contact your child's school. If you are new to our district, you may use our School Locator tool to identify the school your students' will attend and reach out to that school.
New & Returning Student Registration opens Yearly in Late July
The information below will help you as you prepare to register your student with our schools. If you have questions, please contact the school your child will be attending. The registration link will be active in late July.
If your student was enrolled on the last day of school for the previous school year and you provided an email address, you will receive an email with information on how to register your student. Emails will be sent out during the last week of July. If you do not receive an email with registration information, you may reach out to your student's school.+
Please note: If your student has attended SDOC schools in the past but was not enrolled on the last day of the 2020-2021 school year, they will be considered a "New Student" for registration. Please visit the New Student Tab for more information on registering your student.
Please note: Any parent wishing to apply for school choice for an incoming kindergarten student will be able to do so during Kindergarten Pre-registration which opens on Monday, March 6th.
The School District of Oconee County offers students the ability to attend a school other than the one they are zoned for. SDOC School Board Administrative Policy JFB governs the school choice process. Policy JFB includes the following parameters:
Transportation to a “choice” school is the responsibility of the family. The parent/legal guardian agrees to provide transportation to and from that school on a daily and timely basis.
The request is submitted prior to the first Friday in June deadline, as noted on the application.
Owning property in a school attendance area does not automatically qualify a student to attend a particular school. School assignments are made according to where the student resides.
Space is available at the school of choice.
Note: Eligibility for athletics at the middle and high school levels is governed by the South Carolina High School League. Attending a choice school may affect a student’s eligibility to participate in sports.
Students who have attended an SDOC 4K program are considered Returning Students. Parents will receive an email with registration information in late July when all other returning students receive information.
VirtualSDOC provides students in grades 7-12 the opportunity to participate in virtual, asynchronous, high school credit-bearing courses. School District of Oconee County teachers facilitate the courses utilizing standards-aligned course curriculum.
If you live outside the county, it is still possible to attend a School District of Oconee County school by paying tuition. The SDOC Board of Trustees has adopted Policy JFAB Admission of Nonresident Students to govern the admission of out-of-county students. Out of county tuition changes yearly based on funding information from local taxes.