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This state ID number is located
in the bottom left corner of
the transcript.

New Student Enrollment & Records


If you will be enrolling at Aliso Niguel as a 9th grader AND you did not attend a CUSD middle school then you may need to take a Math Placement test.

Please Click here  to access the CUSD Math website.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page for information about math requirements, placement testing, how to prepare for tests and more.



What is CUSD On-line New Student Enrollment?   click on the link to the left

CUSD On-line Student Enrollment allows you to begin the enrollment process for students new to the district.  Former students returning to the district (who withdrew from CUSD at least a month ago or longer) may also complete the On-line Enrollment process.  You must have a valid address in the cities served by Capistrano Unified to use this system.

For information on enrolling a student who is currently attending and will be transferring schools within CUSD, contact the office at the appropriate school assigned to your residence to have your records transferred. Please do not complete the Online Enrollment process.

We look forward to welcoming you to Aliso Niguel High School!





In early August, students/parents may stop by Aliso Niguel to pick up a Registration Packet.   All required registration forms must be completed and turned in during Wolverine Walk Through (mid August). Some forms may be completed online using the Parent Portal. Be sure to create an account for the Parent Portal. You will need the 7 digit school ID #, the Verification code and the phone number you listed when you enrolled.

All students must complete the registration forms every year. This includes current CUSD students who are automatically enrolled from the prior middle schools and ANHS students from the prior school year of attendance. These required forms includes the following:

  • Student Information Card/Emergency Card
  • Student Ethnicity/Race
  • Acknowlegement Card
  • Voluntary Drug Testing Program Form
  • McKinney-Vento Assistance Act
  • Migrant Education Program (if applicable)

Open Enrollment Timeline/Information

The CUSD Open Enrollment Program allows families the opportunity to apply to attend another CUSD school that is not considered the neighborhood school serving the attendance area.  Families should reveiew the infomation provided on the district CUSD website.  Any student approved on open enrollment must consider that transportation is the responsibility of the parent/guardian. 

For further details regarding this program please click on the following link: HERE  to review this information.  Parents/Guardians seeking placement for multiple children must submit a separate application for each child.  

Contact the Registrar


In Person: TBD
Monday - Friday
Office Hours:

7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.    
Last appt. at 2:30 p.m.

Office Location: Guidance Office (across from Attendance)
Phone Contact:

949.831-5590 Ext 620  Linda Smith, Guidance Secretary
for questions

Fax Number: 949.360-7275

Progress Reports/Grades

Progress grades are posted after the sixth and twelfth week of each semester for each subject. Parents and student may view their progress grades via the ParentPortal (click on Grades) or ongoing grades via SchoolLoop. Letter grades will be issued as follows:

A = Excellent progress
B = Above average progress
C = Average progress
D = Below average
F = Failing 

DATES/GRADES 2014-2015


Fall: September 4th - January 30th 

 •   6 week: Oct. 10, 2014
 • 12 week: Nov. 21 , 2014
 • End of semester Jan. 30, 2015
Spring: February 2nd - June 19th
 •   6 week: March 13, 2015
 • 12 week: May 1, 2015

End of semester

June 19, 2015


At the high school level, grades are recorded by semester on the student’s transcript. Each semester is approximately 18 weeks of instruction for the Fall Semester and the Spring Semester. 

Current students may contact the Registrar's office to inquire about obtaining his/her transcript.  Fees may apply.   Graduate students may click on the following link to order his/her transcript:

Ordering Transcripts