• Creating and linking a Parent/Guardian Account 

  • Creating a Parent Account gives you insider access to your child's academic experience.

    Once you create a Parent Account and link it to your child, you have 24/7 access to OneView.

    Through OneView, you can access important applications such as Focus where you can apply to schools online, review your child's grades and assignments, email teachers, and register for transportation.

    See the 5 steps below to create an account.

    Note: The recommended browser is Google Chrome. However, if you’re on a Mac, you may need to use Safari.  

Steps - Creating a Parent Account and Linking to Your Child

  • Step 1: Create a Student I.D. (Skip step if your child is not new to the district)

  • Step 2: Create a Parent/Guardian Account

  • Step 3: Verify your Parent/Guardian Account

  • Step 4: Link your new Parent/Guardian Account to your student

  • Step 5: Visit your child’s school to show proof of parent-child relationship.

  • Bonus - Accessing OneView and Focus

  • Bonus - Updating your Contact Info


  • Online and in-person - The process begins online. But there is an in-person component. The in-person component includes parents visiting their child's school of enrollment to provide identification. This helps maintain student confidentiality. 

    Forgot password? - Click on this "Forgot Password" link and follow the instructions. 

    Employees/students - Teachers/Administrators/Students use their district username and password to access Focus, OneView, and the Mobile App. Employees that are also a parents or guardians to a DCPS student must register for a separate parent/guardian account using a personal email address.)

    Is your child a new student? - If your child has ever been enrolled in a Duval County Public School including: DCPS Traditional Schools, Charter Schools, Duval Virtual Instructional Academy, Home School, McKay School, Empowerment Scholarship School, VPK, Child Find (ESE Services), and/or Teen Parent Services they will have a student ID. As a result, you should not create a new student ID.