PowerSchool Single Sign-on Information
Important Note for the 2012-2013 School Year
Parents: You must create a Single Sign-On account to log into PowerSchool. You may have received, or will be receiving a letter from your child's school listing an ID and password. These credentials are for linking your child to your Single Sign-On account. See the instructions below for more information.
If you experience difficulty setting up your Single Sign-On account or gaining access to PowerSchool, please call your child's school building and ask for the registrar.
Our PowerSchool Parent Portal gives middle and high school parents and students access to real-time information including attendance, grades and detailed assignment descriptions, school bulletins and even personal messages from the teacher. Everyone stays connected: Students stay on top of assignments, parents are able to participate more fully in their student's progress, and teachers can use their gradebook to make decisions on what information they want to share with parents and students.
View the PowerSchool Parent Single Sign-On Quick Reference Guide.
View the PowerSchool Parent Portal User Guide.
Go directly to the PowerSchool Parent Portal.