Student Electronic Information and Enrollment Process

Open Enrollment Information
School Year 2022-23

Current Careerline Tech Center Juniors

Juniors will participate in the Intent to Return Process in January 2022.  Juniors that will be returning SHOULD NOT fill out a new "Student Online Application".  Please contact your instructor or high school counselor for more information.

Local High School Students

The open enrollment for local high school students begins on Monday, January 10th, 2022 for the 2022-23 school year.  Sophomores and juniors interested in taking a Careerline Tech Center class next year may apply.  The parent must begin the process by completing a "Student Online Application".  Click the plus button on the "Careerline Tech Center Online Enrollment Process" block below for step by step instructions.

Home School Students

In addition to the requirements listed above, home schooled students must also provide the following information:

  1. Proof of residency (this can be a copy of a utility bill or something similar)
  2. Proof of guardianship (copy of license)
  3. Student's original birth certificate (for office staff to review)

These documents should be uploaded during the application process.  If you are not able to upload the required documents, you may print the application and deliver the required documents to the Student Services Department at Careerline Tech Center.

Please note:  Applicants will not be part of the enrollment process unless all required documents are uploaded or turned in to the Careerline Tech Center.

Home school applications are due to the Careerline Tech Center Student Services office by no later than Friday, February 18, 2022.

Additional enrollment questions may be directed to Mary Baron at 616-796-1905 or

Careerline Tech Center has created an electronic enrollment process.  To complete your application, please follow the steps listed below: 

Step 1 - Parent(s)/Guardian(s) must fill out application with student.  A Parent/Guardian signature will be required.  Gather address and contact information including phone numbers and email addresses. The student should be prepared to select a first and second program choice and to write a short essay on why they want to attend the program.

Step 2 - Start the Online Electronic Application  The first step will collect basic information.  Once this is filled in, the application will send an email to the parent/guardian's email address.  The link will allow the parent/guardian and student to complete the registration process.  The parent/guardian's email address must be used, not the student's school issued email address.

Step 3 - Finish the Online Registration process from the emailed link.  Please keep the email until the registration process is complete.  You will be able to save and edit the information until you have completed all steps in the application process.

Step 4 - When all of the information is complete including the medical and release information, click the Save and Complete button.  At this point, you are no longer able to make changes to your application and the information is routed to the student's High School Counselor or Careerline Tech Center to finish processing.

Step 5 - IMPORTANT!  When the application is completed, please Print the application.

Step 6 - Once the application is printed, Parent(s)/Guardian(s) should review the completed application including the medical and release information.  If there are any changes from the information filled out online, mark them on the printed form.  The parent/guardian should sign and date the printed form.

Step 7 - Please turn in your signed application to your student's High School Counselor by the school's deadline.  If you are Home Schooled and do not have a Counselor, please turn in the signed application to:

Careerline Tech Center
Attention:  Mary Baron
13663 Port Sheldon Street
Holland, MI  49424

If you need assistance in completing the information on the application, please contact your High School Counselor.  If you are Home Schooled and you need assistance, please contact Mary Baron in the Student Services office at 616-796-1905.

If you have technical difficulties or errors in the application, please contact the Ottawa Area ISD Technology Services Help Desk at 1-877-702-8601 x 3000.

Non-Discrimination Policy
The Ottawa Area ISD does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, height, weight, marital status, handicap, disability, or limited English proficiency in any of its programs or activities.  The following office has been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Human Rights Officer, Human Resources Department, Ottawa Area Intermediate School District, 13565 Port Sheldon Street, Holland, MI 49424, 1-877-702-8600 (toll free).