Kindergarten - Grade 12
Your pathway, from start to finish.
Your child is unique and so are our educational pathways. Lawrence Township guides students along on their individual paths starting early, ensuring a strong education in a progressive learning setting.
New families will need to create a Skyward Account.
Complete the New Student Account Request Form to create a temporary Skyward Account. If you have an email account, an email will be sent to the email address provided that will include: a Login ID, 5 digit password, and link for the Parent/Guardian to access the Skyward Application Portal. - If you do not have an email address, you may click "I do not have an email."
In the email you receive, a link is provided that takes you to the Skyward application portal for you to enter the provided login and password.
Already have a Skyward Family Access Login?
Log in as usual, then click "Enroll Additional Students" to start a new application. Then follow steps below to "enroll online".
According to policy set by the Indiana Department of Education, a child must be five years of age by October 1, of the year they enroll, to enter kindergarten.
Elementary Schools (Grades 1 - 6)
Elementary students will be assigned to their neighborhood school identified by the Elementary Schools Boundary Map at time of enrollment. Those wishing to attend an elementary other than their boundary school should complete the Choice Application Process (CAP). Please see additional information below.
Middle & High Schools (Grades 7 - 12)
The middle school a student attends will track them to attend the affiliate high school. Belzer Middle School students will attend Lawrence Central High School and Fall Creek Valley Middle School students will attend Lawrence North High School.
Students who are new to the MSD of Lawrence Township will be assigned to their neighborhood school identified by the Secondary Schools Boundary Map at time of enrollment.
Those wishing to attend a secondary school other than their boundary school should complete the Resident Transfer Form. See additional information below.
NAEYC Accreditation helps families recognize quality early learning programs and feel comfortable knowing that their children are receiving a high-quality, research-based education that will prepare them for future success.
Paths to Quality
Level 4 National Accreditation - Level 4 programs are the highest rated programs and have demonstrated a commitment to the highest level of professionalism in high quality child care