Online registration begins for Biloxi Public Schools

Right now, the grounds are empty at Biloxi Junior High School, but next week, students, new and current, will fill the hallways as they prepare for the 2019-2020 school year.

Online registration for Biloxi Public Schools began on their website today.

School officials say returning students should have received their snap codes in the mail and new students do not need a code to register, just hit the new student tab.

Students are also required to come on campus next week for their on-site registration, July 22nd through the 24th, with two proofs of residency, one being a current utility bill.

Student Services Director Jonathan Anderson says they’re excited for what’s to come this new school year. “Of course we have a new superintendent, interim superintendent Dr. Larry Drawdy, so we’re excited about the changes that will come with new leadership. And we’re excited about the opportunity to impact lives. That’s what we do. We save lives here, and we impact lives. So we’re excited to have our students come back. Thank you again parents for sending us your most prized possessions. ”

All students must be registered by July 31st in order to start school on August 6th. You can find more information at

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