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Student Registration

Last Updated: 4/14/2020 4:57 PM

New Student Registration


Montville Township Public Schools utilizes online registration for all new students in grades K-12. Before entering registration data online parents should review the instructions by CLICKING HEREBe sure to fill out all requested information including at least one emergency contact and your child's doctor. 

If your child has ever been enrolled with the Montville Township Public Schools you do not need to complete online registration. You should instead contact your local school for more information.

As per Policy 5112

  • Students are eligible for entrance into kindergarten in September if he or she attains the age of five years on or before October 1 of that year. 
  • Students are eligible for entrance into first grade in September if he or she attains the age of six years on or before October 1 of that year. 

Once you have entered your information and submitted your data, call your designated school for an appointment to come in and complete the registration process.

Montville High School (grades 9 – 12)

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Lazar Middle School   (grades 6 – 8)

973-331-7100 x2331

Cedar Hill Elementary School

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Hilldale Elementary School

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Valley View Elementary School

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William Mason Elementary School

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Woodmont Elementary School

973-331-7100 x1800


Click here if you are unsure of the elementary school your child would attend and find your address on the list.


Schools conduct screenings in the spring for all first time Kindergarten students that have registered. The screening is a series of activities that give the teachers an indication of the developmental level of each child. The screening lasts about one hour. Your child has his/her picture taken, meets each of the kindergarten teachers, speaks with them, and does a few simple tasks. No preparation is necessary. It is NOT a test.


Parents of eligible students MUST furnish the following information when they come in for their appointment:



  • Proofs of residency (2 from Column A and 2 from Column B)

    Column A (2 required)

    Column B (2 required)

    • Property Tax Bill

    • Contract of Sale

    • Mortgage

    • Deed

    • Lease

    • Form 114: Certification of Residency

    • Drivers License

    • Court Order

    • Utility Bill

    • Canceled Check

    • Affidavits


  • The following special residency forms can be downloaded: (as required)

Please do not register your child without first reading the entire instruction package.

You MUST enter at least 1 emergency contact and a doctor when registering. 


Click here for instructions for the Registration Portal


Click here to begin the Registration process