2019-2020 Address Verification: Due April 26, 2019
Address Verification for incoming
9th grade students for the 2019-20 school year opens on November 1, 2018 and
must be completed by April 26, 2019. All students new to the district
must complete address verification, in person, at the district office located
at 480 James Avenue in Redwood City. Address Verification needs to be completed for the following reasons:
Verify you reside within Sequoia Union High School District attendance boundaries (Boundary Search)
Update your current home address in our records, for communication and emergency purposes
Identify your assigned high school based on your home address
Hours for address verification are
Monday through Friday from 8:15 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. at the Sequoia Union High
School District Office in Redwood City. For Address Verification assistance,
This link includes:
the documentation you must bring to verify your address, location of district
office, and hours of address verification.
This is a mandatory process required for enrollment of all new students to SUHSD
Scanned, emailed, faxed or mailed copies of documents for residency purposes cannot be accepted
If you have no printed documentation, please contact the district office for assistance. A home visit will be made to verify residency. Please note that home visits are completed at random and may not be scheduled.
An address verification must be on file for every student in the Sequoia Union High School District
Address verification needs to be completed once unless your family moves or circumstances around your residence change. In this case, please submit a Change of Address form as soon as possible
If you do not have a California ID, you may bring a passport, out-of-state identification, or any form of ID with a picture and a printed name
The district will not accept your address verification prior to you residing in the district. You must have current documentation that you are residing within the district boundaries to attend school in the district
1. Can I file my address verification before I move into the district?
No. You must have documentation that you are living in the district and you must be physically residing at the address you are verifying.
2. Do incoming 9th grade students need to do address verification if the family has an older sibling already in one of the district schools?
Yes. Address verification must be done for each new student who comes into the district.
3. Can I do address verification by fax or email?
No. Address verification must be done in person.
4. Must I do address verification every year?
No. You only need to it when your student enters the district. If you move, it is important to complete a Change of Address form so you receive information from the district.
5. If we move within the district, do we have to change schools?
No. If you are still residing within the district, you may choose to remain at your current school or to move to the school that aligns with your new school boundaries. In this case, you must come in and file a change of address form and provide documentation of your new address.
Change of Address
It is important to notify the district and school site if there is a change of address so you continue to receive important communications about your student.
A change of address is made by completing the Change of Address form
Submit the form to the district office just as you would a regular address verification form
You will need to provide proof of your new address
Use this form to file a change of address. You must come to the district office with supporting documents.
If you are residing with another family and are unable to provide documentation to verify your home address, you will need to complete the Shared Residency Affidavit. A home visit will be done for all families that submit this document as proof of residency. Please note that the form is a legal document and must be notarized and completed by both the homeowner and the parent. If your student is an incoming freshman for the 2019-20 school year, we will not accept this form of verification until the beginning of July 2019.
There are two sections to the Shared Residence Verification form:
Parent/Guardian section – to be completed by the family living in the residence who will be attending school in the district
Homeowner/Apartment Owner section – this form is to be completed by the owner of the property. This person must also come to the district to do address verification with the appropriate documents.