Welcome to Central Registration
To better serve families and to streamline the entry of new students into our District, registration of new students in the District will be processed by the Central Registrar's Office. Families new to the District should register their child/children as soon as possible to ease transition and allow adequate time for educational services to be arranged (schedule, classroom placement and transportation).
Amherst Central School District has a Central Registration process for:
- New and re-entry students
- Universal Pre-K students
- Kindergarten students
- Private, Parochial, Charter school students
The process of registering a child for Amherst Central School District begins online and ends with a meeting with the Central Registrar to which you will bring all required documents and forms. Registration is complete when the online registration has been completed, submitted, and the required documentation has been veriﬁed at an in-person meeting with the Central Registrar. If desired, building tours can be scheduled by calling the school office.
For whatever reason, if you are unable to register online, please contact the Central Registrar.
Office of the Central Registrar
Sally Cukierski, Central Registrar
Amherst School emails are: first letter of first name and the complete last name, followed by @amherstschools.org (with no spaces)
The Central Registration Office is located at the District Office at 55 Kings Highway, Amherst, NY 14226. The District Office is located on the second floor, back wing of Amherst Middle School. Enter from Saratoga Drive. View a map.
In-person meetings are by appointment only. You will be contacted by the Central Registrar once online registration is complete.
First Step of Registration - Read these Resources
- Student Enrollment Checklist and Residency Guidelines
To register your child with the Amherst Central School District, you will need to submit several documents that are listed on the checklist.
- 2023-24 Immunization Requirements
Within 14 days of the ﬁrst day of school or day care, children must receive the ﬁrst age-appropriate dose in each immunization series to attend or remain in school.
- Streets Guide
If you are unsure whether your residence falls within the district boundaries, check the location of your residence in the Streets Guide.