Bronx parents registering kids for high school must now follow a new process

Parents looking to enroll their kids in high school for the upcoming school year must now follow a new process.

Under the new process, parents must register their kids for high school at one of four designated sites. The registration sites include Bronx High School of Science, Monroe High School, and the Belmont and West Farms public library branches.

School officials believe the process will alleviate long lines and help to ease overcrowding. But some Bronx parents disagree and find the new system to be nothing but a headache. They say it would be easier to just go directly to the school and register.

Meantime, for those looking to register their kids be sure to bring a copy of a transcript or report card, immunization records and a bill showing proof of residency.

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