Kindergarten Registration Homepage
Welcome future Corley kindergarten families! Registration is now available for the 2020-2021 school year.
Corley Kindergarten Registration Information
Kindergarten Registration Process
A child must be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2020 to attend kindergarten.
Step 1: Complete the GCPS Online Registration.
Use one of these links to create/use your parent portal account to register your child.
Not New to GCPS (has another child previously or currently enrolled in GCPS)
Step 2: Upload all required documents.
- See a detailed list.
- An official document showing proof of birth date (birth certificate, passport)
- 2 Proofs of residency in attendance zone. Please present a current utility bill (excluding telephone bills) AND one of the following documents:
- - a non-contingent sales contract
- current lease/rental agreement
- most recent income tax return
- current paycheck stub
- current residential property tax statement or bill
- current warranty or quitclaim deed
- current home purchase agreement
- current homeowner’s insurance policy
Documents presented for residency verification must include the same address as the accompanying utility bill. An exception: A deed without an address is acceptable if accompanied by two utility bills (excluding telephone bills) with same address in the attendance zone.
- A Georgia certificate of immunization. (Form #3231) or a notarized Affidavit of Religious Exemption (Department of Public Health Form #2208, available from the school)
- Evidence of Vision, Hearing, Dental, and Nutrition Screening obtained in the past year. (Current Georgia Form #3300 (rev. 2013))
- Proof of authorized person to enroll. The following people are authorized to enroll students: parent (natural or adoptive), legal guardian, grandparent with a properly executed power of attorney for the care of a minor child, kinship caregiver with a properly executed Kinship Caregiver Affidavit, or foster parent appointed by a state agency.
- A photo ID. This identification may include a driver’s license, a state identification card, a passport, or other official photo identification, such as an ID card obtained through an official government agency or consulate.
- The child’s social security number.