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    Welcome to the Richmond County School System!

    We are excited your child will be attending the Richmond County School System. Our system has an easy-to-use, secure, online registration system that will allow you to complete many of the forms required for registering your child. Only parents and legal guardians may register students. Once you complete the online registration portion, you will need to go to your child's zoned school to provide additional documentation* (see below) to complete the enrollment of your child.  

     

    New Registration for the 2019-2020 School Year

    Parents of new or transferring (moved to a new school) students are required to complete registration. Students already legally registered in a school should update registration information on a regular basis to keep records current. 

     

  • New 

    RCSS Students

     

    Use the RCSS Online Registration link below or visit your zoned school in person.


    New families to Richmond County Schools, cick the link below:

     

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    Current  

    RCSS Students

     

    Need a Parent Portal Account? 

    If you do not have an Infinite Campus Parent Portal account,

    click the icon below for instructions: 

    Parent Portal Instructions

    Find My School Zone

     

  • Current RCSS Students

    Already have a Parent Portal Account?  

    Use RCSS Campus Portal, or visit your zoned school

     

     

What do I bring to complete the registration process?

  • Items may also be uploaded to the Online Registration Site

     

    Students new to Richmond County Schools, transfers from within the state of Georgia, and out-of-state transfers need the following documents:

    • Latest copy of student's report card or withdrawal form from previous school (if applicable)
    • Legal guardian's photo ID
    • Social Security Card
    • Proof of Residency
    • Official Copy of Birth Certificate 
    • Completed Immunization Form**
    • Home Language Survey 

     

    Transfers from within Richmond County Schools need the following documents:

    • Latest copy of student's report card or withdrawal form
    • Legal guardian's photo ID
    • Proof of Residency

     

    **The Eye, Ear, and Dental Form and the Immunization Form may be obtained from any Georgia Health Department, Eisenhower Medical Center at Fort Gordon, or any Georgia pediatrician's office or clinic. 

     

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is an accepted Proof of Residency?

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    One of the following with the name and address of the enrolling parent/guardian:

    Current Lease/rental agreement

    Current residential property tax statement or bill

    Non-contingent sales contract/home purchase agreement

    Utility Bill (Water, Gas, or Electric)

     

    If the student's family is residing in the home or apartment of another individual,  the person with whom the family is living and whose name matches the proof of residence must present these documents for enrollment:

    Notarized third-person affidavit of residency

    Photo ID of person with whom the family is residing

    Proof of Residency matching the name and address of person with whom the family is residing

    Inclusion of person with whom the family is residing as a contact on the registration form

     

     

     

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  • How old must students be to enroll in Georgia schools?

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    Georgia law requires that children must be five years old on or before September 1 to enroll in kindergarten and six years old on or before September 1 to enroll in first grade in public schools. A child who has lived in another state for at least two years before moving to Georgia, and was legally enrolled in a public kindergarten or first grade in that state, may enroll in a Georgia public school kindergarten or first grade, provided the child will be five for kindergarten and six for first grade by December 31. Limited seats are available at various locations in pre-Kindergarten programs for preschoolers who participate in the annual Georgia Pre-K Lottery program. To qualify for pre-K, children must be four (4) years old by September 1.

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