2020-21 Kindergarten and New Student Registration Signup Form
Welcome to Rose Hill Elementary School!
We're excited to welcome our newest Rockets for the 2020-21 school year!
To join us, first determine if your student lives in the Rose Hill ES boundary by viewing the FCPS boundary locator.
If your student does live in the Rose Hill ES boundary, please fill out the new student registration form towards the bottom of this page. This form will be submitted to Yudi Del Castillo, our school registrar, who will be able to assist you with the new student registration process.
Welcome Class of 2033!
Beginning elementary school is a big step for students and their families. While the adventure is exciting for the opportunity to learn new things and meet new people, it is accompanied by a mix of emotions. Both students and families will be enthused and happy as well as nervous and unsure.
This website will help you prepare for the next step as your child becomes a student at Rose Hill Elementary.
First through Sixth Grade Forms
Are You Registering a Student Whose Home Language Is Other Than or In Addition to English?
Student families wishing to register a student with a home language other than or in addition to English should please contact the FCPS Student Registration Welcome Center. Here professionals may assess your student's English language skill and/or educational level. These assessments can provide valuable information to the local school and support your child's instructional needs.
- Learn more by visiting the FCPS Student Registration Welcome Center webpage.
Do You Have Special Registration Situations?
Special registration situations can include nonparent registrations, situations involving divorced or separated parents, homelessness, foster care, and foreign exchange students.
- Learn more by visiting the FCPS Special Registration Situations webpage.
Spanish Immersion Program
Rose Hill Elementary School has a Two-Way Spanish Immersion Program for students in grades K-6. In the two-way Spanish Immersion program, students are taught for part of the school day in English and the other in Spanish. While the curriculum follows the Fairfax County Public Schools Program of Studies, students learn math, science, and health in Spanish. Language Arts and social studies are taught in English.
Students who participate in this program come from one of two language backgrounds: half of the students in the class come from families whose native language is English, and the other half from families whose native language is Spanish.
Admission to Rose Hill's Spanish Immersion program is done by lottery. Students entering Kindergarten and 1st grade are eligible to register for the lottery.