First, consider the difference between process and procedure. A process is a set of activities that transform inputs into intended outputs. A procedure is the description of a process, if documented it is a documented procedure.
Look into the Enrollment in Elementary School as a flow of activities. Where does it start?
* Present school; (perhaps your school organizes an open day to show the school to prospective fathers for them to get a glimpse into a class and meet and talk to professors and staff, see children, question school administration)
* Receive parents; (perhaps there is a time frame for enrollment, perhaps there is a special room to receive parents and help them do the paperwork)
* Receive documentation; (perhaps there is documentation that government or other organization requires parents to provide, that then must be checked)
* Check specials needs and requirements;
* Fill records;
* Deliver enrollment documentation.
This is a very generic description of what can be an enrollment process in a school.
Does your school need, or feel that need documented procedures to explain in detail one or more activities?
How will your school evaluate enrollment process performance? For example, is open day activities useful and effective? How many problems with documentation are found after the process ends?
What kind of records are required by law or by the school administration? For how long they will be kept?
These are examples of the topics to consider when thinking about an enrollment process in school with a quality management system.