Welcome to Hollis Brookline High School!

Step 1: To begin the registration process, please complete the SAU41 Pre-Registration Form.

Step 2: Gather the following documents:

  • Proof of Residency: 2 documents of the following:
    1. Copy of purchase/lease agreement or property tax bill
    2. Current utility bill indicating a Hollis or Brookline address
       Note: PO Boxes are not accepted for proof of residency.

  • Unofficial copy of transcript or report card(s) depending on grade.

  • Birth certificate

  • Immunizations and copy of recent physical

  • IEP or a 504 Accommodation plan, if applicable

  • Divorce decree or a parenting plan should be presented at the time of registration.
        (A) Legal Residence in Divorce/Custody matters: In a divorce decree or parenting plan developed pursuant to RSA 461-A, a child's legal residence for school attendance purposes may be the school district in which either parent resides, provided the parents agree in writing to the district which the child will attend and each parent furnishes the district with a copy to the school district which the parent resides. The parents shall update their parenting plan to reflect this agreement.
        (B) Nothing in this sub-paragraph shall require a school district to provide transportation for a child to another school in the school district which the child resides or beyond the geographical limits of the school district which the child resides. Both custodial parents and the student must be present during the registration, absent a parenting plan.

Step 3: Contact the HBHS Guidance Office at 603-465-2269 

Step 4: Complete PowerSchool Registration
PowerSchool Registration is an online student registration/data validation system that allows you to complete registration documents online. The system is used for all new and returning student registrations and includes student demographic, emergency, and contact information. PowerSchool Registration will also allow you to electronically sign the annual permission forms for school district policies such as the Internet Acceptable Use Policy, School Handbooks, and Codes of Conduct. This online process replaces all the hard copy student registration and permission forms used in previous years.

Please refer to the Program of Studies for a list of courses offered at HBHS.