Kentucky Student Information System (KSIS)

Published: 9/14/2016 2:57 PM

The Kentucky Student Information System (KSIS) provides data for many purposes including policy-making, budgetary planning, and educational program management and improvement. The KSIS enterprise system supports the state's 173 local school districts and schools and provides a secure and seamless integration for collecting data needed by the local school districts, the state and the federal government. Infinite Campus, Inc. (IC) provides and manages the system through a multi-year state contract awarded in 2006.

​KSIS is the authoritative source for student data. This includes but is not limited to student demographics, attendance, behavior, health, grades, GPA, graduates, courses, teacher-student class rosters, and program participation including special education, gifted and talented, Title I, limited-English proficiency, Family Resource and Youth Services Centers, free and reduced meal status, preschool, and migrant. The data system also includes school, district, superintendent, principal and teacher information.
Kentucky's student information system is continuously updated to meet customer needs as well as changing federal, state, and local laws, and regulations. As a result, the information on these pages will change periodically so be sure to bookmark this site and visit regularly.
Lisa Rhoton is the IC client executive and advocate for the districts. She also facilitates user group meetings and the communication of system updates. You may contact Ms. Rhoton at
Becky Jenkins is the IC-KSIS service manager. You may contact Ms. Jenkins at
  • Civil Rights Data Collection Information

    The U.S. Department of Education (ED) conducts the Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) to collect data on key education and civil rights issues in our nation's public schools. The CRDC collects a variety of information including, student enrollment and educational programs and services, most of which is disaggregated by race/ethnicity, sex, limited English proficiency and disability.

    Every public school and school district in the country is required to respond to the 2015-16 CRDC. KDE will assist districts with the data load and preparation similar to the 2013-14 collection.​

  • KSIS Cloud Migration

    The Infinite Campus private cloud solution reduces costs by having data and hardware in a single location, creating efficiencies in hardware and service, provides better physical security, allows for quicker troubleshooting and resolution of server/software issues, and reduces dependencies on KDE and district-managed infrastructure.
  • KSIS Data Standards

    This page is intended to help school districts with the data standardization process and data clean-up in the Kentucky Student Information System (KSIS)/Infinite Campus (IC).​​​​​​
  • KSIS District Contacts

    The Kentucky Student Information System (KSIS) Point of Contact (POC) list is comprised of Kentucky school district personnel serving as liaison between their district and the Kentucky Department of Education for the student information system.
  • KSIS Newsletters

    The Kentucky Student Information System (KSIS) newsletter provides timely information for school districts regarding KSIS issues.
  • KSIS Other Information

    Additional reference information is provided to enhance Kentucky Student Information System (KSIS) users' knowledge and to document processes not covered in other KSIS resource materials. 

  • KSIS Training

    Infinite Campus and the KDE provide in-depth training on the use of the Kentucky Student Information System (KSIS). Kentucky state-specific training is also available within the Infinite Campus training portal at Campus Community & Infinite Campus University.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • KSIS-KTS Data Exchange

    The Kentucky Tech System (KTS) data exchange is a secure transfer of student enrollments between the student's high school and technical center. The data exchange streamlines processes, eliminates the need for email and paper reports, and minimizes dual data entry.
    Participating technical schools can fully utilize both KSIS and the Continuous Instructional Improvement Technical System (CIITS) in their classrooms.
    Home high schools can run real-time attendance reports that reflect attendance entered by the technical school into KSIS.  There is also an optional attendance sync feature available for high schools that allows previous day unknown attendance to sync from the technical school back to the high school nightly.  Additionally, the nightly data exchange process posts students’ technical school grades to the appropriate high schools, allowing for athletic eligibility determinations, and posting of both high school and tech school grades on student report cards and transcripts.  ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
DeDe Conner
Office of Education Technology
Division of School Data Services
300 Sower Blvd., 4th Floor
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-2020 ext. 2208
Fax (502) 564-1519