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Registration Paperwork


Welcome to Gulf High

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Evidence of owned or leased residence:

Please provide one of these:

  • Copy of deed or property tax assessment records, current lease or rental agreement, or notarized letter from the landlord.

Please provide one of these:

  • Copy of a current utility (electric/water) bill or initial order for service

Please provide one of these:

  • Copy of ONE of the following current documents supporting stated address: Auto registration or Florida Driver’s License or Florida ID card or voter registration.

In an effort to provide the best quality service to families new to our area, we ask that you please have your child’s registration packets completed prior to your appointment.

Need more Information? 

Check out the Pasco County School District website “Parents” tab: Click here

Check out the Pasco County School District website “Students” tab: Click here

Student Progression Plan PDF: Click here 

The Student Progression Plan offers policies and information regarding:

Curriculum and Instruction (includes Transfer Student information such as Home Education)
  • Grading
  • Attendance
  • Graduation Information
  • Alternative Curriculum Options
  • Exceptional Student Education
  • Adult Education Policies



All students must attend the school in the district where their parents/legal guardians reside unless they have an approved assignment to another school or program (e.g., School Choice). Applications for School Choice may be obtained by visiting the Educational Options website.  Completed applications must be submitted during specified application periods.

The school district expects residence information submitted regarding students to be truthful and accurate, and district forms pertaining to residence and household membership shall be verified under penalties of perjury.

Section §837.06, Florida Statutes, provides that, “Whoever knowingly makes a false statement in writing with the intent to mislead a public servant in the performance of his or her official duty shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree.”  Additionally, a person who knowingly makes a false declaration under penalties of perjury commits a felony of the third degree, pursuant to section 92.525, Florida Statutes. Providing school officials false information regarding your residence when enrolling your child may result in your child being withdrawn and/or reassigned to the appropriate zoned school, and referral of the matter to law enforcement for possible criminal prosecution. Additionally, falsification of this information may result in the permanent revocation of your child’s privilege to engage in extracurricular activities, including organized sports.

Parents/legal guardians are responsible for notifying the school principal if there is a change in residence or parental responsibility of the student within five (5) days, even if the parent thinks the student is still in the school’s zone.  Failure to give timely notice may result in a reassignment to the student’s zoned school and/or loss of eligibility for athletics and other activities.