Two documents proving residency
(for example: home ownership title; lease or rental
agreement; current utility monthly statement;
current Georgia driver's license or Georgia
identification card; current bank, credit union,
or other financial institution documentation;
mail delivered by the United States Postal Service;
employer; a Cobb County property tax
statement; voter registration documentation from
Cobb County; a current motor vehicle
registration (tag receipt); statement of legal
Certificate of Immunization Georgia
Department of Human Resources Form 3231 showing
that the child has adequate protection against
varicella (chicken pox), Hepatitis B, diphtheria,
pertussis (whooping cough), tetanus (lockjaw),
polio, measles, rubella (German measles) and mumps.
• The Certificate of Immunization (Form
3231) must be signed by a physician licensed
under the laws of Georgia OR by a qualified
employee of a county health department.
• A child who cannot be immunized because
of a medical disability can be given a special
certificate by a licensed physician or a county
health department. If a child is not immunized
for religious reasons, an exemption waiver must
be obtained from the School District.
For students transferring from another state
Students transferring to a Cobb County school
from another state or country must obtain a
certificate from a Georgia licensed physician
or the Cobb County Public Health.
A parent may present a written, dated immunization
record attested to by a licensed physician or
an authorized representative of a health agency
of another state or country that adequate immunizations
have been received by the student. Cobb County
Public Health will place the record on file
and issue a Certificate of Immunization, and
the student can be admitted to school.
Parents who have questions about immunization
requirements can either contact a Georgia family
physician, Cobb County Public Health at (770)
514-2300, or the Georgia Immunization Program
at (404) 657-3158.
Certificate of Ear, Eye and Dental Examinations
Georgia Department of Human Resources Form 3300
This Form 3300 Certificate must be dated
within 12 months of the first day of school.
An official copy of the student’s
Social Security card/number (A parent
who objects to the incorporation of the social
security number into the school records of a child
may have the requirement waived by signing a statement
objecting to the requirement.);
A withdrawal form from the previous school and/or
verification of academic status, including
a valid transcript of work completed is received
directly from the previous school attended
All academic, disciplinary, and special
education records from a student’s
school(s) (Any student who is enrolling in the
District for the first time in grades seven or
higher must provide a certified copy of his/her
scholastic and discipline record from the school
previously attended. In lieu of providing a certified
copy of a discipline record and transcript, the
student may be admitted on a conditional basis
by submitting a properly executed release authorizing
the District to obtain such information from the
school previously attended.)
The School May Also:
• request proof of custody or custody documentation;
• suggest that the adult with whom the student
lives obtain legal guardianship.
• request proof of age and name verification;
• other information the school deems necessary
for proper placement.
It is also suggested that you provide the names
and phone numbers of persons who may
pick up your child if you cannot be reached, and
the name and phone number of your child's doctor.