How On-Line Registrations are Date-Stamped

Over the past few days, we’ve had a number of questions regarding our on-line registration system’s handling of date-stamps. A ‘date-stamp’ is the time and date that is recorded as the ‘official’ time your request to register is sent to a school. We are confirming that the registration requests are date-stamped from the moment a parent or guardian opens the form and begins to type in an email address. From that moment, the system allows for two hours for the form to be completed (we estimate the total time needed to register a single student is anywhere from 15 to 20 minutes). If the form is completed within that two hour window, the official time of the registration request is from the moment you STARTED entering your information, and not when you clicked the ‘submit’ button at the end.

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