• District Residency Requirements

    To ensure each school attendance area serves its area residents, the District needs a verification of each student’s home address. The District may deem it necessary to further verify a child’s legal residence with a home visit by school officials. If a child is determined not to reside at the address claimed, parents will be required to register the child immediately at the school/district that corresponds with the actual address of the child. If you are uncertain which schools attendance boundaries you reside in please use the find my school link

    The Liberty Union High School District requires three forms of documentation to verify residency within the school district. This also includes address changes, since new addresses must be verified as being within district attendance boundaries.  
    To verify proof of residence, the following must be provided from each column:


    Picture ID

    (One required)

    TWO of the following ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS with parent/guardian’s name and CURRENT address

    Current California State Driver’s License

    Valid vehicle registration with current address

    Current California ID Card

    Property Tax Bill with parent/guardian’s name and property address indicating home owner’s exemption

    Valid Passport or Consulate-Issued Picture ID

    Rental/Lease Agreement with parent/guardian’s name, student’s name, and address, as well as manager or owner’s name and phone number

    Credencial Para Votar

    Payroll stubs/checks, utility bills, water and PG&E

    Military ID

    State or Federal Tax Return (computerized or copy of original) filed within the past 12 months with W-2 forms attached. Business returns do not meet residency requirements

    Other Picture ID

    Other forms of communication from a government agency


    For new homeowners, close of escrow documents may be provided as evidence of residency. However, within 30 calendar days of registration with the district, two (2) of the documents listed above must be provided for continued enrollment.




    For unusual residency situations, District and site staff are prepared to review documents and answer all questions that may arise during the residency verification process.