Online Registration
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Online Registration

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  • Please call the Parent Info Line at 817-814-2070 or by email at for Snapcode assistance or general registration questions. You may also contact the Fort Worth ISD online via Let's Talk

    Beginning August 3, you may call your campus for Snapcode assistance or general registration questions. Go here to get your campus phone number. Campus personnel have been trained to answer your questions and provide a Snapcode.

    If you are unable to make contact at your campus and still have registration questions, call the Fort Worth ISD Parent Information Line at 817-814-2070.

2020-21 NEW Student Registration

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2020-21 RETURNING Student Registration

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  • Online registration for the 2020-2021 school year has begun and registering early is more important than ever. Parents and students are being asked to choose a preference for either in-person or virtual, online learning.

    All Fort Worth ISD parents can complete registration.  Online registration is for all students –both new and returning – and is a “must do” in order to be enrolled in the Fort Worth ISD.

    The process for returning students is fast and should take less than ten minutes to complete. Using your student’s individual Snapcode, simply go to, click the Returning Student registration button and confirm the information you’ve previously supplied or update any new information.

    Families of new students will find the process easy as well – with instructions for uploading any necessary documents. On July 1, parents can visit, click the New Student registration button, and create an account.

    Have a question? Call Fort Worth ISD’s Parent Information Hotline at 817-814-2070, or visit the District website at to read a list of Frequently Asked Questions.

    Now, we want to share some special details about the coming school year, so you can make an informed choice:

    • Families selecting virtual instruction will experience daily teacher/student interactive lessons in each subject area. 
    • Internet access and a technology device (computer, Chromebook, lap top) must be available for student use daily.  (It is recommended that students in middle or high school utilize their District-issued 1-to-1 Chromebook.) 
    • It is also recommended that the home or environment the student will engage in virtual instruction have reliable internet service. 
    • For elementary students who do not have a 1-to-1 device or a device in the home, FWISD will prioritize the issuance of a student Chromebook. 
    • Families requesting virtual instruction but who do not have reliable internet service will be prioritized for the issuance of District hot spots. 
    • Students will be expected to participate in virtual daily instruction with follow-up assignments. 
    • Students will be responsible for submitting assignments to the teacher through their virtual classroom environment.
    • Grades for virtual instruction will follow all District grading policies. Numeric grades will be assigned for each 6-weeks and semester basis.  There may be situations where courses selected by the student cannot be delivered in a virtual environment. In those situations, school counselors will work with the student to select an appropriate course that will be delivered virtually. 
    • Families who select the virtual instruction model for their student will commit to remaining in a virtual instruction setting for the entire semester. 

      In-Person Instruction
    • Families selecting in-person instruction need to be prepared for a school environment that is socially distanced, limited in movement, and differentiated in instructional delivery methods. 
    • Depending on classroom capacity guidance that will be released from TEA and the federal government, some classes may take place in non-traditional classroom spaces. 
    • Some classes will be delivered by an in-person teacher while others may be delivered by a virtual teacher.  All classes will have adult staff supervision.
    • Students who attend class in-person will be required to wear a face mask in all indoor environments. 
    • Students will not be able to congregate in large groups and will be required to adhere to the 6-foot socially distanced requirement. 
    • Student work spaces in classrooms will also be socially distanced at the 6-foot requirement.
    • Breakfast and lunch will be served through alternative means, limiting the number of students in the cafeteria at one time. 
    • Restroom facilities will be monitored and cleaned on an ongoing basis and student access to facilities will need to be organized to ensure safe and healthy environments. 
    • In-person instruction will remain in place as a District and campus option as long as health and safety guidance allow. 
    • Families who select in-person learning will commit to remaining in a school setting for the entire semester. However, families electing in-person instruction must also understand that there may be the need to close schools and transition to virtual instruction for periods of time during the school year.

    Online registration is a time-saving tool that can be done from the convenience of your own home, at any hour, day or night, using your smartphone, laptop, or any digital device.


  • Find Your Snapcode!

    The Snapcode is a 15-digit code you will need to update your Returning Student form. You can find the Snapcode on the final report card, and Parent Portal.

    Parents, it’s time for you to update important school registration forms. All Fort Worth ISD students –or their parents – can complete registration on this page. Online registration is for all students –both new and returning – and is a “must” in order to be enrolled in the Fort Worth ISD.

    The process for returning students is fast and should take from five to ten minutes.  Using your student’s individual Snapcode, confirm the information you’ve previously supplied or update any new information.

    Families of new students will find the process easy as well – with instructions for uploading any necessary documents.  On or after July 1, parents can click the Registration button, and create an account.

    You can find the Snapcode on your child’s last report card, in Parent Portal, or call the Parent Information Line at 817-814-2070.

    1. Determine which form you need:
      1. Returning Student – A returning student is defined as a student who completed the last school year in Fort Worth ISD. You will need your Snapcode to begin registration.
      2. New Student – A new student has not previously attended a Fort Worth ISD school or is transferring back to FWISD from another district.
    2. Check the FAQs and tips for any documentation that may be needed before starting.
    3. After logging in, make sure all required fields and uploaded documents are complete before submitting. After submission, any changes can only be made at the campus.

Frequently Asked Questions for Returning Students

  • How do I get started?

  • What’s a Snapcode?

  • Should I create an account?

  • Do I have to answer all the questions?

  • I’ve changed my address. What should I do?

  • I’ve completed the form, now what?

  • What if I have more than one student in the District? Do I need to do this for each child?

New Student Registration Tips and Documents

  • Gather the following items to assist you with completion of the online form:

    • Phone number and address for emergency contacts
    • Information about the last school attended, if any
    • You will have the option to upload the following required registration documents as part of online registration or you will need to bring them to the school:
      • Immunization Record
      • Proof of Address
      • *Birth Certificate--A Vital Statistics Birth Certificate is preferred. These documents are also acceptable in place of birth certificate:
        • Statement of the child’s date of birth issued by the division of the Texas Department of State Health Services;
        • Driver’s License of student;
        • Passport;
        • School ID card, records, or report card;
        • Military ID;
        • Hospital birth record;
        • Church baptismal record; or
        • Any legal document that establishes identity