Enrollment and Online Registration for all District 28 Students

Northbrook School District 28 utilizes an online student registration/information system to register students. The system – powered by InfoSnap – is a secure and environmentally friendly process, which allows the district to verify all student demographic, emergency, and medical information for every child prior to the start of the new school year. The system allows parents to electronically review and sign the annual permission forms for school district policies normally contained in the Back-to-School packet, and parents may also submit electronic payment for student fees. 

Families who have moved into the district must bring new proof of residency documents to the school office prior to registering online. 

To verify your address is within District 28 boundaries, please check the District 28 Boundary Overview.

All students in grades 6-8 within District 28 boundaries attend Northbrook Junior High. To determine which elementary school is your home school, please check the District 28 Elementary School Boundary Map.

Please choose the Online Registration Link below to begin the process if you are a current District 28 family.

Please note: If your family is new to Northbrook School District 28, you must provide proof of residency prior to receiving your registration information and secure online code through your home school's administrative assistant. Please see New Student Registration for details.  Once you have your online code, choose the Enrollment Link below to complete the process.

Registration for 2020-21 Now Open

Every parent should have received an email on May 12 to being the registration process for students who are currently enrolled. You must have the SnapCode from that email to begin the registration process. You can access registration here. Please register by June 12 so that we can efficiently plan for next school year.

Financial Assistance

Families experiencing financial difficulties can apply for free and reduced lunch. This application is also used to access assistance with student fees. This application can be completed at any time throughout the school year. Children with a parent or guardian who become unemployed may become eligible for free and reduced price meals if the household income drops below the income limit. If you do not qualify for the full or partial fee waiver, a payment plan can be worked out with the business office.