Creating a SSO Account
What is Single Sign on?
Single Sign On (SSO) is a system that allows parents and guardians to use one username and password to access all of their child’s information. You will no longer need to have a username and password for each child to access the PowerSchool Public Portal.
What benefits does it have?
- Access to multiple students with one login.
- Personalized account for each parent and guardian. (Their own username and password)
- Ability for parents/guardians to retrieve their own username and password information.
- Children can be linked to more than one account (Mom, Dad, Grandparent, Aunt, etc.)
Do I need to create an account if I have only one child?
ALL parents, regardless of the number of children, need to create a Single Sign On (SSO) account when accessing PowerSchool.
How do I create a account and what do I need?
To create an account you will need an access ID and password for each child. If you do not have an Access ID or Access Password, please bring your photo ID and visit your child’s school or the district office.
Click to watch a how to video on how to create a SSO Account
To set up an SSO account, click the Create Account tab and then the Create Account button.
Under Create Parent Account, enter in the parent/guardian information. Your desired username and email must be unique. Duplicates are not allowed.
Access ID and Access Password are CASE SENSITIVE.
Enter in all required data and click enter.
Once the account is setup, you will no longer need these access ID and passwords.