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Enrollment and Withdrawal Information

Enrollment Information
What's Needed For Enrollment:
  • Enrollment Form
  • Home Language Form
  • Transportation Form
  • Withdrawal Form From Previous School
  • Final Transcript From Previous School
  • Consent For Access Form (Use this form to designate anyone besides the legal parent/legal guardian to have access to student)
  • Mortgage Statement or Lease Agreement
  • Utility Bill Dated Within Last 60 Days (Power, Water or Gas)
  • Parent ID
  • Birth Certificate
  • Immunization Record








Withdrawal Information

Moving Out of District
During the summer, parents must come in and sign appropriate paperwork to withdraw their student. If a student is moving and will be attending another school outside of Greenville County, parents should request the new school to fax an official records request form on school letterhead to 864-355-9134. Records will be forwarded to the student’s new school upon receipt of the official records request form. Due to state reporting guidelines, no phone call or email requests will be accepted.



Moving Within District
During the summer, parents are not required to come in to withdraw their student. If a student is moving and will be attending another school within Greenville County, parents should request the new school to fax an official records request form on school letterhead to 864-355-9134. The student will be “No Showed” so the receiving school may electronically enroll the student. The student will be “No Showed” and permanent records will be forwarded to the student’s new school upon receipt of the official records request form. Due to state reporting guidelines, no phone call or email requests will be accepted.



SUMMER DAYS AND HOURS-THE COUNSELING OFFICE WILL BE OPEN FROM 9:00-3:00 ON THE FOLLOWING DATES

June 6, 7 & 8
June 13 & 14
July 5
July 25 & 26
August 1 & 2
August 8 & 9

*The counseling office will open at 11:00 A.M. on Tuesday, August 15th and resume regular hours beginning August 16th


*THE BEST WAY TO REACH YOUR CHILD'S COUNSELOR IS TO EMAIL HIM OR HER DIRECTLY*




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