Student Assignment Wcpss Net Assignment

Guaranteed priority

Rising Kindergarten, 6th and 9th grade students receive guaranteed priority to join an older sibling at the same school in 2018-19.

 

Remaining priorities

After assigning the students who meet the above criteria and vacancies have been determined, 90% of these vacancies will be filled using two different sets of criteria. The final 10% of available seats will be filled randomly from all remaining applications.

 

Up to 70% of remaining seats will be filled using these criteria:

 

Priority 2

Current magnet students who follow their program pathway. This only applies to Martin Middle.

 

Priority 3

Current magnet students who seek to change their program pathway. This only applies to Martin Middle.

 

Priority 4

Choice Plan students who follow their program pathway. This only applies to Martin Middle.

 

Priority 5

Base students who follow their program pathway. This only applies to Martin Middle.

 

Priority 6

Student who is assigned to a next school that is considered to be a high socioeconomic status school and who lives in an area considered to be high socioeconomic status.

 

Priority 7

Student who is assigned to a next school that is projected to have a high socioeconomic status population and who lives in an area considered to be medium socioeconomic status.

 

Priority 8

Student who is assigned to a next school that is projected to have a medium socioeconomic status population and who lives in an area considered to be high socioeconomic status.

 

Priority 9

Student who is assigned to a next school that is projected to have a medium socioeconomic status population and who lives in an area considered to be medium socioeconomic status.

 

Priority 10

Student who has a sibling in the magnet school but is not entering a new grade level.

 

Up to 30% of remaining seats will be filled using these criteria:

 

Priority 2

Student who is assigned to a next school that is projected to have a low socioeconomic status population and who lives in an area considered to be low socioeconomic status.

 

Priority 3

Student who is assigned to a next school that is projected to have a low socioeconomic status population and who lives in an area considered to be medium socioeconomic status 

 

Priority 4

Student who is assigned to a next school that is projected to have a medium socioeconomic status population and who lives in an area considered to be low socioeconomic status. 

Welcome to the Wake County Public School System! Here is how to enroll in our school district. If you have questions, please contact the Office of Student Assignment online or at 919-431-7333. En Español


Step 1: Find your base school

In Wake County, students are assigned to a base elementary, middle, and high school for their home address. Find your base school using our address look-up tool. If you are attending one of the four schools opening in 2018, you will register at your 2017-18 base school. Your base school may have an enrollment cap. You will still register at your base school. Learn more about how an enrollment cap might affect you.

 

Step 2: Complete the enrollment forms

Download and complete the enrollment forms for your child's grade level. 


Step 3: Bring the enrollment materials to your base school

You'll need to bring the completed enrollment form along with the following materials to your child's base school. We recommend calling ahead to learn office hours. Here's your checklist of items to gather: 

  1. Completed enrollment packet
  2. A certified copy of your child's birth certificate. (Need a birth certificate? Parents of children born in Wake County may now order certified birth certificates on the Wake County Register of Deeds website.)
  3. Proof of your Wake County address, such as:
  4. A photo ID of the parent or guardian
  5. Your child's immunization record
  6. Any custody documents


Step 4: Obtain and submit a health assessment

State law requires that every child entering public schools in N.C. for the first time receive a health assessment. The assessment must occur within 12 months prior to entering school. You or your medical provider should provide a completed health assessment form to the school on or before the child's first day of attendance. Health assessment forms are also available at Wake County schools, area doctors' offices or at the Wake County Health Department. You have up to 30 calendar days from the first day of attendance to present the required proof of immunization and health assessment. At the end of the 30 day period, any child without a health assessment will be prohibited from attending school until the assessment is submitted. 

 

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