Parents

Parents, Here are the directions to check your child’s grades in POWER SCHOOL:

PowerSchool Parent/Guardian Login process

First, you will need to know your student’s Parent/Guardian Access code(s).

Now if you have not created a Parent Account, you will need to click on the Create Account tab.

Click on the Create Account Button.

Enter your details on the following screen.

You will also need to know your student’s Parent Login Information – please note there are two accounts for each student.  One is specific for Parent/Guardians and one is specific for Students.  You will need to use the one labeled for Parent Access.

The account creation screen allows for up to 7 students per one parent account.  If you need more than 7 students linked to your one account, please contact your school.

You will need to use the same spelling that we have on record, so if your student’s name is hyphenated or has a Jr., or other suffix attached you will need to use that for the student’s name field.

Be sure to set the Relationship to your student (Mother/Father/Brother/Sister/Aunt/Friend/etc.).

Once done, click on the blue “Enter” button at the bottom of the page.

  • If the name is mismatched, the account creation process will not let you continue.

If everything is correct, you will be returned to the sign-in page.

The account creation screen allows for up to 7 students per one parent account.  If you need more than 7 students linked to your one account, please contact your school.

 

Log in using your newly created account.

On the top in the blue bar below the PowerSchool Logo, you will now see a link for all of your students linked to you.

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