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Online registration for Clark County School District (CCSD) students for the 2023-24 school year is now open.


Parents/guardians should note that the 2023-24 school year begins Aug. 7, 2023.


Families new to CCSD may begin their registration process online via


Families with currently enrolled students can complete registration using Campus Parent via Infinite Campus (


Parents or guardians who already have an Infinite Campus account will see an announcement through Campus Parent and a link connecting them to the 2023-24 registration page. Families with multiple children will also see an option in certain areas to copy the responses from one child to the next, speeding up the process. Families can use a computer or a mobile device to complete registration.


Families with students new to CCSD or returning after leaving the District will need to provide the required documents to the child’s zoned school.


Shared Housing


Families can select Shared Housing as an option in the online registration process if they do not have a lease, mortgage or utility bill in a parent/guardian’s name to provide proof of address. Families will be directed where to submit the necessary paperwork to complete the registration process.


Documents Required For Registration

  • Parent/Guardian ID

  • Child’s ID – (birth certificate, passport, certified birth card)

  • Immunization Record

  • Proof of Address (recent utility bill, rent receipt, residence lease or sales contract)


Additional Resources

To find out which school a student is zoned for, parents/guardians may visit

For details regarding registration requirements, parents/guardians may visit

For more information about CCSD, visit

Parents who have not yet signed up for Infinite Campus may still do so – all that is required is an email address. For families new to the district, the registration process takes 15 minutes and is available The district ID for CCSD is ZLSBJB. With this, parents will be connected to the district’s Infinite Campus network that provides updates on their student’s academic progress.


Change of School Assignment 2023 (COSA)  Click Here

Applications for the 2023-2024 school year are now open. Click here to apply now.

Applications for the 2023-2024 School Year

  • On Time- Phase 1: Fall 2022 – January 10, 2023

  • Late- Phase 2: February 7, 2023- August 18, 2023


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Project 150 - Helping High School Students Succeed

Published on Jul 8, 2016

High School is tough. You’re trying to figure out what life is about, how to pass that math test, and how to avoid that jerk in gym class. High schools not easy, but it’s damn near impossible when you don’t have a place to sleep at night. In Las Vegas, there are over 6,000 kids that are either homeless or severely disadvantaged.

It’s why Project 150 was created. Their mission is to help homeless and disadvantage high school students in Las Vegas stay in school. Think couch surfers, living out of a backpack, parents absent or unable to care for them. Many of these kids don’t have the basic necessities that you and I take for granted, clean socks and underwear, toothbrush and toothpaste, deodorant, food, transportation, notebooks, pens, paper. These kids are forced to make the difficult decision to either stay in school and go without, or drop out and get a job in order to take care of themselves.

A future without a high school diploma is not much of a future. If we can get these kids to graduate, their chances of success in life increase exponentially. Project 150 provides these kids free of charge, clothes, food, school supplies, whatever the kids need to make it through. The goal is simple, do whatever it takes to get these kids to graduate. Project 150 is run by an amazing group of dedicated people who currently serve 47 high schools in Las Vegas and 15 high schools in Reno

Project 150 - Helping High School Students Succeed.
From Project 150 website.

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