Marietta City Schools (MCS) advanced Kindergarten registration for the 2016-2017 school year begins Feb. 1 and ends Feb. 12, 2016. Advanced Kindergarten registration hours at all MCS elementary schools are from 9 am to 11 am. A complete listing of Marietta City elementary schools is available at www.marietta-city.org/Page/847. To schedule an elementary school tour, contact the school office.
MCS attendance zones determine school assignments for all elementary students. To determine individual school attendance zones, view the online District Attendance Zone Map on the MCS Web site at www.marietta-city.org/Page/1052. Kindergarten students must be age five on or before Sept. 1, 2015 to register. Student registration information is available online at www.marietta-city.org/district/registration.php.
Completing all steps in the registration process and providing required information will assist us in enrolling your child in a timely manner.
A student registration form is required for each student. Kindergarten and first-grade students entering a Georgia public school for the first time must be age 5 on or before September 1 to enter kindergarten and age 6 on or before September 1 to enter first grade.
The following items are needed when a parent or guardian enrolls their child. Students transferring in from another school/school district should provide withdrawal papers from the previous school/school district:
Note: Parents or guardians are required to provide proof of residency upon initial enrollment of their child in a Marietta City School and may be required to periodically verify their residency in the Marietta City Schools district at random times thereafter.
Exceptions to the Above Mentioned Rules
Homeless children (McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act)
Any parent/guardian who may be living in a homeless situation should complete the Student Residency statement and contact Dayton Hibbs, Associate Superintendent, at 770-422-3500 ext. 268 for information/interview.
The grades 3-5 magnet program at Marietta Center for Advanced Academics (MCAA) offers students a technology-driven curriculum that emphasizes science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Non-residents who meet admissions/eligibility criteria may apply to the magnet program at MCAA and pay tuition (same tuition schedule as all non-resident students).
Marietta City Schools also allows students in grades K-12, who reside outside the district, to attend our school system. To qualify, interested parents must complete a Non-resident enrollment application/contract and be approved. The application must include the student’s most recent school record, including:
Completed Non-resident enrollment applications with all required documents, should be submitted to the school principal. Acceptance as a non-resident tuition student is valid for one school-year only. Applicants must complete aNon-resident enrollment application/contracteach school year. The superintendent approves all applicants based on the stated criteria and available space in school programs. Questions regarding non-resident student enrollment may be directed to the school principal or the Associate Superintendent.
Non-Resident Tuition Schedule:
|Annual Fee||Monthly Payment
|Tuition (all non-resident students)||$3550.00||$355.00|
|Tuition (all non-resident students – IB Program/MHS)||$3950.00||$395.00|
Your child may be paired with another in classes /subjects upon request to ease the transition for Kindergarten students or upon initial enrollment in K-8 schools.
The school reserves the right to verify all information. If you have questions, please contact the local school.
**Forms may be obtained from the Cobb County Health Department located at 1650 County Services Parkway, (770) 514-2300. Many private physicians and dentists also have the form available.