Parents and guardians can get a head start on the student registration process using the District's online registration portal. In order to use the online system you will need to create a registration account.  In order to complete the Online Registration Form, you must first have a personal email account so that a registration password can be set and emailed to you.  If you would like to create a free Gmail account, please click here
 
Directions for Using the Online Registration Portal (Note: this account is used for registration purposes only)
 
1. Logon to https://scasd-sapphire.k12system.com/CommunityWebPortal/Registration/login.cfm (or use the shortcut links below these directions)
2. On the bottom left of the page select "Create New Account"
3. Enter basic account information (last name, first name, email, etc.) and submit
4. You will promptly receive a confirmation email
5. Open confirmation email and click on the link supplied
6. Confirm your email and password
7. Upon activation go back to the original registration login screen
8. Login using the email and password you just activated 
9. Click on the "Create" Tab to start a new online registration form
10. Enter the requested information on each page
11. When all pages are completed click "submit"
 
 
Online Registration Shortcut Links
  • Click Here to create an online registration account. A verification email will be sent from nheim@scasd.us. If you don’t see the email in your inbox, you may want to check your Junk Email Folder. (If you already have an account you can log in here.)
 

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