During the COVID-19 pandemic, enrollment into the Twin Valley School District will start with an electronic process.  Please click the link below to begin enrollment.  You will be contacted once your application and information has been submitted.

Please see the NEW guidelines for returning to school during the COVID Pandemic.

New Admissions

HIGH SCHOOL (GR 9-12) - incoming high school students should register with the guidance department at the high school - 610-286-8600 ext# 7630. 

MIDDLE SCHOOL (GR 5-8) - incoming middle school students should register with the guidance department at the middle school - 610-286-8600 ext# 6690. 

Children currently enrolled in Kindergarten - 4th grade should register with the main office of the elementary school in their attendance area. If you are in doubt about your building assignment, call any one of the elementary buildings. Students enrolling in Kindergarten and 1st grade must also provide proof of age.

Honey Brook Elementary Center - 610-286-8600 ext# 5001
Robeson Elementary Center - 610-286-8600 ext# 3580
Twin Valley Elementary Center - 610-286-8600 ext# 4670

Important Change in Pennsylvania’s Definition of “Compulsory School Age” 

Effective in 2020-2021, all children from the age of six (6) through the age of eighteen (18) must comply with compulsory school attendance requirements. To meet these requirements, parents must ensure that their child between the ages of 6 and 18 is attending or participating in one of the following: a public elementary, middle, or high school; a public charter or cyber-charter school; a private licensed academic or private religious school; home tutoring by a certified teacher; or an approved program of home schooling. Children may be excused from compulsory attendance for documented medical or other compelling reasons as outlined in District attendance policy and procedures.

Immunization Requirements
Under Pennsylvania State Law, no student may attend school until the school has the student's immunization certificate for all required immunizations. Please see the Health Suite, Immunizations page for complete list.

Student Conduct
Twin Valley School District expects students to be responsible citizens. The district develops student handbooks which outline student responsibilities and general behavior guidelines. Guidelines for student conduct are firm, but fair. Administrators and teachers work closely with parents and students to encourage exemplary behavior.

Pupil Records
Pupil records are maintained at the students' school and contain grades received, academic work completed, and attendance information. When students transfer into our school district, the previous school transfers records to our school. Students are required to disclose certain information regarding discipline. Parents have the right to review their child's records and may do so by contacting the school principal.