Resetting Student Passwords

Christopher Costigan Updated by Christopher Costigan

Student email accounts and BPS ID numbers can be found in Aspen (sis.mybps.org) under a student’s name and details. Student email accounts follow the same pattern as staff with their first initial-last name@boston.k12.org i.e. jdoe@boston.k12.org. The Instructions below show how a student can reset a password using the self-service tool:

  1. Open Any Web browser from within BPS network  and type in following URL:

http://studentpassword.mybps.org

  1. Students need to Accept the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) once before setting up their security question and answer, as well as, creating personal network password.
  2. Students enter in their 6 digit student #, First Name, Last Name, 8 Digit Date of Birth (example, 01012000) and their Street Name Only (no “ave”, ”St”) as it appears under home address in Aspen/SIS and click Submit.
  3. Once the AUP is accepted, students are directed to create a personal security question and answer.  (students will be able to come back to http://studentpassword.mybps.org and select Reset Student Password to answer personal security and answer to reset.)
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  1. Students re-enter their 6 digit student #, First Name, Last Name, 8 Digit Date of Birth example, (10 01 2000) and Home Street Name Only.  

The newly created password will now work with BPS computers as well as, with Aspen/SIS, using student ID  # and BPS password. The password will also work with BPS student email through gmail.com  (xyz@bostonk12.org as the student login).

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