My child is three/four years old or attends a private school, how do I obtain a Student ID Number?
You will need a student ID number in order to apply. You may submit an enrollment request, HOWEVER, you must notify the school you are only requesting an ID number and NOT to enroll.
You will need to log onto the online platform and complete an application for enrollment.
- Create a family dashboard account.
- Associate the student to the dashboard. Choose the school you are enrolling into as your boundary zone location when associating the student.
- After logging into your family dashboard account and the student has been associated to the account. Click on 'begin application' in the right corner.
- Select the student for which you are applying if more than one student is associated.
- You will see options based on the student's grade, and if they are new to the county.
- Choose the appropriate enrollment link, and complete all the pertinent questions.
At that point you should be able to upload documentation.
You should wait 24-48 hours after receiving the Student ID Number before you log back into your dashboard and complete the Lottery application.
If you have questions or technical issues, please contact the Scrib Support number on the bottom of the application.
My child is already a student in Prince George's County Public Schools - Where would I find the Student ID Number?
Look at your child's report card. The student number is a 9 digit number starting with 000 or 100. Or you can GO TO your child's school with proof of identity and request the student number.
For Students who have at one time attended a Prince George's County Public School, but not currently enrolled, what do I do?
Parents/legal guardians may obtain a student ID number by going to their neighborhood/boundary school with a valid photo ID. In addition, parents should make sure the address on file for the student is current. If not, proof of residence (deed or current lease) and birth certificate will be required to update this information. This will ensure an adequate school assignment for the student.