Student and Parent Sign In
Parents! Please note that in order to log in and use the mobile app you MUST create your own account and link your students. This will allow you to view all your students with the same account as well as being the account used to log into the mobile app. To start the process make sure you have your parent access ID and password for each student and click the "Create Parent Account" tab. For additional instructions click here.
Create an Account
How to Create a PowerSchool Parent Account
For additional instructions on creating a parent account and using PowerSchool click here.
When logging into PowerSchool for the first time parents must create their own account then they will be able to link the new account to their student’s account(s). Before you make an account make sure to have the Parent Access ID and Password for each student you will receive when your student enters 5th grade. (This is not the credentials that students use to log in.)
To create a new account, click the “Create Account” button above. The first section on the form, “Create Parent Account,” is the information necessary to establish the parent’s account. All fields in this section are required. All fields are case sensitive.
The second section on the page, “Link Students to Account,” requires information for at least one student to be provided. Parents may enter the information for up to seven students when initially establishing their account. You may add more students once logged in with your new account. When all fields in the “Create Parent Account” section and at least one student’s information is filled-in, click the “Enter” button at the bottom of the page.
If no errors, the account will be created and you will be redirected to the log in screen, you can now log in with your newly created account information.
If you receive an Error Message
You may receive an error message if: you have not completed all fields in the form; you entered an invalid parent access ID for your student, you have entered your student’s log in information instead of the parent access ID; or you have used an email address that is associated with another parent account. When an error occurs, parents will need to re-enter any information that was not entered correctly, and also re-enter any passwords for security reasons.