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Enrollment & Registration

For students new to Shorecrest High School, getting ready to attend takes two steps: Enrollment and registration.

Step 1: Enrolling in Shoreline School District

Students who are not currently enrolled in a Shoreline school and live within the boundary for Shorecrest High School must enroll online before registering for classes.

Learn More and Enroll

Documents required for enrollment:

  • Proof of residency (such as utility bill, mortgage statement, or lease agreement)
  • Immunization records
  • Unofficial transcript or academic record (when a student is accepted, Shorecrest will request an official student record from their prior school)



Other Incoming Students


Registrar Stephanie Mondragon Flores


Contact Ms. Mondragon Flores about:

  • Student enrollment and withdrawal
  • Report cards and grading
  • Family Access (view student attendance, report card grades, etc. online)
  • Class registration
  • Changes to student information

Counseling Secretary Jocelyn Hudson


Contact Ms. Hudson about:

  • Choice Transfers and boundary exceptions
  • Graduation verification
  • Student records requests
  • Transcript requests

Step 2: Class Registration

Class Registration for New Shorecrest Students

When enrollment of a student new to Shorecrest is approved, their family will be contacted by the counseling secretary, if needed, to set up a meeting with a school counselor to select courses based on academic history and performance, to ensure appropriate class placement.

The Shoreline School District Course Guide is a useful resource when considering course selection:

2024-25 Course Guide

2023-24 Course Guide

Note that not all courses in the course guide are actively offered at the school each year or available to all students.

Class Registration for Current Shorecrest, Kellogg, and Cascade K-8 Students