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Come and enroll in our amazing school! Use the age calculator below to see which grade level your child qualifies for. We have three AMAZING personalized pathways!  If you are interested in our magnet programs, see the chart below on how points are awarded. 


Due to school closures this year, you can find enrollment information and documents on the links below. 



Age calculator

Not sure which program or what grade your child should be in?  

1. Click on the link below. 

2. Type in your child's birthdate

3. Wah-la!


Enrollment Information

Multnomah's Personalized Pathways

Multnomah Street Elementary is unique in that we have three different pathways for our students. Visit our PROGRAMS tab or our PERSONALIZED PATHWAYS page in our parent handbook for more details and information. 


Neighborhood School (NS) (apply in main office)

  • ETK – 5th grade
  • Committed to promoting and building community through the arts and academics
  • Artist of the Month and Guest Artists Workshops


Environmental Science Magnet (ESM) (apply through e-choices first)

  • 1st grade – 5th grade
  • Cultivating environmental stewards to act on behalf of the environment 
  • Nutrition Network (Farm to Table)


Gift Magnet/High Achieving/ High Ability Magnet (GM) (apply through e-choices first)

  • 2nd grade – 5th grade
  • High-quality differentiated instruction with an emphasis on acceleration, depth, complexity, and novelty
  • Depth and Complexity Icons engagement



Enrollment information

Bring the original copies of the following for us to make copies of:

  1. Your Proof of Residence
  2. Driver's License, ID Card, Court paper or Affidavit of Parental/Guardian Identification, Caregiver Affidavit
  3. The new student's ORIGINAL birth certificate, or passport, baptismal certificate or an affidavit.
  4. New student's immunization record
  5. (K & 1 Only) Proof of dental check-up


To show Proof of Residence bring one of the following documents:

  • Most recent utility service bills under your name (gas, water, electric)
  • Property Taxes
  • Rental or lease agreement with additional proof of residence*
  • Official government mail (Cal Works, Social Security)
  • Note: LAUSD does not accept telephone bills or driver's license as proof of residence.

Kindergarten through Fifth Grade Immunization Requirements:

  • POLIO: 4 doses, but 3 doses are enough if at least one was given after the fourth birthday
  • DTP: 5 doses, but 4 doses meets requirement if at least one was given on or after the fourth birthday
  • MMR: 2 does for Kindergarten entry - both doses on or after first birthday
  • Hepatitis B: 3 doses
  • Varicella (Chicken Pox): (1) History of Chicken Pox disease must be documented (by Doctor) OR one dose required


enrollment information for non-resident students (applying by permit)

Students who live outside of our area of residence may apply for a permit.  There are two types of permits that you may apply for: intra-district and inter-district.


Intra-district Permit Transfers (school-to-school transfers within LAUSD)

Multnomah Street is in the Los Angeles Unified School District. If you live within LAUSD but Multnomah is NOT your home school, you need to complete an intra-district permit application and submit any additional proof as outlined here. The intra-district permit may also be obtained from Multnomah or your home school. Please note that the intra-district permit application requires that you first obtain your resident school principal’s signature first followed by one from Ms. Melgar, Principal @ Multnomah.


Permits are granted for the categories below:

  • Child Care (Provider resides within Multnomah's school boundaries. Child care affidavit form)
  • Parent Employment (One parent/guardian is employed within the Multnomah's school boundaries)
  • Specialized Program - Transitional Kindergarten (TK students whose resident school does not offer a TK program)
  • Specialized Program – Gifted or Magnet (grade K-5 students who meet the eligibility criteria and demonstrate the ability or strong potential to work two years above grade level in academic subjects)
  • Sibling (K-5 students whom have a sibling already attending Multnomah Street on a valid permit


Inter-district Permit Requests (permitting in from another district outside LAUSD)

Multnomah Street School is in the Los Angeles Unified School District. If you live outside LAUSD boundaries, you will need to complete an inter-district permit application and submit it online. Questions about Inter-District Permits? Call their department directly at (213) 202-7581.


Request for permits may be submitted to the main office after February 1. Students who applied for either of our magnet program via choices may log online to see their status or contact Ms. Ayala, magnet coordinator, for more information. 



forms you may need

Enrollment Form (click on link below):


Emergency Card (click link below): 


Frequently asked questions

1. How can I apply to a Magnet, Gifted Magnet program?

Apply online at


2. How can I enroll in a school in my Zone of Choice?

Visit your residential high school to complete an application or visit the Zones of Choice website to download an application for your Zone here.


3. If I live within the L.A. Unified boundary and want my child to attend a neighborhood school that is not my resident school, how do I apply?

Contact the school directly to inquire about an Intra-district Permit or click here to download more information.  You can also visit for Open Enrollment availability.


4. If I live outside of L.A. Unified boundaries, and I want my child to attend an L.A. Unified school, how do I apply?

We would love to offer your child a placement! Apply for an Incoming Inter-district Permit online at