Once you create an account and complete your enrollment application, you will upload your supplemental documentation. Follow these steps below to upload images and files:
Navigate to your Enrollment Dashboard.
Scroll down to the bottom to view current student enrollments.
Under the Documentation Required column, click View/Add Docs.
The Uploaded Documents page will provide the two-step process for uploading images and files.
Navigate back to your Enrollment dashboard to complete the enrollment process.
Supplemental documentation is due at the time of enrollment. If you have difficulty providing or uploading any documentation or have questions about registration or acceptable forms of documentation, please contact the zoned school for your residential district or the New Hanover County Schools Enrollment Office at 910.251.2929.
- Current residential property tax statement
Current residential deed
Current residential mortgage statement
Current residential lease or rental agreement
Current residential homeowners or rental insurance policy
Current utility bill for service at the domicile or record dated within the last 30 days (such as Duke Energy or Cape Fear Public Utility Authority). A utility bill may also be required to verify a month-to-month lease or rental agreement.
CERTIFIED BIRTH CERTIFICATE
Or other acceptable document for proof of age is required. Certified birth certificates may be obtained by writing the North Carolina Vital Records 1903 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-1900, by calling 919.733.3000, or by visiting Vital Records (appointments required) at Cooper Memorial Health Building, 225 North McDowell Street, Raleigh, NC 27603-1382. They may also be obtained from the Register of Deeds Office in the county of the child's birth.
North Carolina state law requires all children in the state to receive certain immunizations, some exemptions may apply. Please visit https://immunizations.dph.ncdhhs.gov/ for current immunizations required for school enrollment. If your child is not immunized, please contact the nurse at the school of registration. By state law, the immunization record must be presented within 30 days of enrollment or the student shall be excluded from school until proof is presented.
The NC health assessment form (specific document) is due the first day of school and must be signed by a licensed healthcare provider. Please visit https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/child-and-family-well-being/whole-child-health-section/school-adolescent-and-child-health/public-school-health-assessment for current health assessment required for school enrollment. This is required when a student enters Kindergarten or the first time a student is enrolled in a North Carolina public school in any grade. If you have any questions about the health assessment, please contact the nurse at the school of registration. By state law, the health assessment must be presented within 30 days of enrollment or the student shall be excluded from school until proof is presented. English/Español
Immunizations and health assessments can be obtained from a family physician or clinics conducted by the New Hanover County Health Department. Be sure to contact your family physician or the Health Department at 910.798.6500 to schedule appointments for physicals and immunizations as soon as possible, if needed. Any questions regarding the immunization and/or health assessment requirements should be directed to the nurse at the school of registration.
This document is required for any student who has attended either a public or private school in this or any other state. By state law this is required before the student can begin school and must be notarized.+ English / EspañolPARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN PHOTO IDENTIFICATION, IF AVAILABLE
Documents can include driver's license, passport, green card, embassy or consulate-issued identification, national identity card (such as Cedula de identidad, Tarjeta de identidad), state identification, military ID, or Faith ID card.
+For notarized documents, families may choose to print the forms to be notarized by an outside source or make arrangements with their school to have forms notarized on campus. Families must provide their school with paper copies of notarized documents.