Enrollment Information

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Welcome to Mills Elementary. We're glad you're here!


Current Student Enrollment Process

If you already have a parent portal account, you can login at https://portal.austinisd.org/ and start the enrollment process by clicking on the Enroll Austin tile on your dashboard. Enroll Austin General Registration is open April 2-August 27 for applications to all available schools and programs.  


New to AISD?

Enroll Austin is the enrollment system families will now use to register in Austin ISD for the 2024-25 school year. Please visit our Enroll Austin page, and click "Start Your Application" to begin! For more help, please watch this video to walk you through the entire process. 

Austin ISD will host an Enroll Austin Registration Clinic for families at AISD Central Office (4000 S. I-H 35 Frontage Rd, Austin, 78704) in the Board Auditorium on June 27, July 16, July 18, and August 10, from 9 a.m.–6 p.m.

  • Families will receive one-on-one support with the new registration process.
  • Staff will be on-site to support families.
  • Here is a List of Documents for Pre-K Registration that families are encouraged to bring to the clinic to complete registration on site.
  • Families will learn more about Pre-K in Austin ISD.

Classes start Tuesday, August 20!


Kindergarten & New Students

Kindergarten students must be five years old on or before September 1 of the school year. There are resources available to guide you through a New Student Registration. All students new to Austin ISD must provide a birth certificate, current record of immunizations, child's last report card, proof of address (rental contract or utility bill with valid address), parent photo identification or driver's license, and the child's Social Security Card (optional). These can be uploaded via the online enrollment process. 



Mills offers tuition-based full day Pre-K from 7:40AM to 3:00PM. The current monthly cost of a full day is $550. The Mills Pre-K4 program is:

  • Taught by certified teachers specialized in working with young children,
  • Child-centered, hands-on learning experiences, and 
  • Develops children physically, socially, intellectually, and emotionally.

Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE)

Mill Elementary also offers Early Childhood Special Education for young children with disabilities, ages three to five. It is a great way to help your child learn and prepare for school, giving your child a range of services to support their unique educational needs. 

There are two common paths for a child to get into ECSE:

  • If your child is not involved with the Early Childhood Intervention Program, you can ask your child’s school district to do an evaluation. Your child must be approved to be a part of ECSE.
  • If your child gets ECI services, ECI transition planning should connect your family with our team at Mills.

For more information, please visit Mills’ SpEd page or access information through SPEDTEX, a Special Education information and resource center for families and educators.