New Families

Perry Street Prep participates in the MySchoolDC Lottery and all new families must register on the MySchoolDC website to begin the enrollment process for School Year 2024-25.  Please visit for more information regarding the DC Common Lottery.   
MySchoolDC Lottery Results are released on March 31, 2024
Matched families will receive email notifications both from MySchoolDC, as well as Perry Street Prep. The email from Perry Street Prep will come from [email protected] regarding online registration. Notifications will be sent by April 1, 2024 for all first round matched students. 
Enrollment Checklist
  • Online Registration (link received via email)
  • Residency Verification Form with supporting documents 
  • State issued ID for Legal Guardian
  • Birth Certificate
  • Most recent Report Card (Final School Year Report Card is required by June 30, 2024)
  • IEP or 504 Plan (when applicable)
  • Universal Health Certificate (see form below)
  • Immunization Records indicating compliance aligned with DC Health Requirements (see info below)
  • Dental Form (see form below)
  • Transfer/Withdrawal Form from current school (Required by June 30, 2024)
We look forward to being your school of choice! 
If you are having any difficulty getting your child's health certificate or immunization compliance please know we are here to support your family.  You may use the DC Health’s Pediatric Immunization Locations resource or contact our school nurse, Karen Meek, for help with care coordination.  School Nurse Contact Information: [email protected] or 202-529-4400


We want to support our school being a healthy and safe environment for all kids by ensuring our students are properly immunized. 


DC Official Code § 38–501, et seq, requires all schools in the District of Columbia to require

immunization certification from students as part of attendance. DC Municipal Regulations (DCMR)

mandate that OSSE enforces immunization responsibilities for public school admission. Schools have a

responsibility to require the necessary immunization certification as part of student attendance (5E

DCMR §§ 5300 et seq.). Pursuant to that authority, OSSE, in collaboration with DC Health, publishes the

School Immunization Policy which details the actions that schools must take in order to enforce the

requirements of the law.

Per the School Immunization Policy, schools must temporarily exclude students in grades pre-K 3,

kindergarten, 7 and 11 (the exclusion grades) who are non-compliant with immunization requirements.