Last Updated: 2/10/2021 6:23 PM

Welcome to the Lee County School District

Registering your child is often the first step in a successful academic experience. It involves some time and paperwork. We want to help make the process go smoothly, so please be sure to have all required documents and complete the registration forms online (this will expedite the enrollment process). The registration forms cannot be completed on a phone - a computer or tablet must be used. Once you have completed the form online, you will receive an email to click on a link to schedule an appointment with the Registrar. If you have any questions, please email or call 229-903-2133 (leave voicemail). The Central Registrar’s office is located at the Board of Education.

Lee County Schools




If you are registering a student in kindergarten, 1st , or 2nd grade, you will register at the Board office and then you will have to go to the school you are zoned for to have your child tested. Grades 3 through 12 will not be tested unless the student is coming from a home school setting. If your child has been homeschooled, it will be at the discretion of the school he/she attends as to whether or not testing is necessary. All schools reserve the right to test any student they feel needs to be tested for placement purposes.

Frequently Asked Enrollment Questions

Required Documentation

Please keep in mind that you must have the required documents before your child is entered in the computer and placed in a classroom. Parents need to withdraw their child from their previous school and obtain the following documents: Birth Certificate, Social Security card, Immunization on GA Form 3231, and EED on GA Form 3300. For students coming from a Georgia public school, your school should have these documents. If you are coming from out of state, the immunization and EED can be obtained through a Georgia doctor’s office or the Health Department. Students in grades 6th through 12th must have a copy of the discipline and attendance for the previous school year and a copy of their transcript. They cannot be scheduled in a class until we have the discipline, attendance and transcript.

In addition to these documents, you must have a full executed lease, if you are renting, or a loan closing statement, mortgage statement, or tax bill if you are purchasing a home, AND with either of these you must have a current power bill which shows the service address. A copy of your ID is required. You will also be asked to sign an Affidavit of Residency, which can and will be used in a court of law should we find that the information you used to enroll your child was falsely given.

Your previous school might advise that we will send for records, and that you do not need these documents now. As a parent you have rights to these documents so don’t leave without them. We will send for academic records, but the birth certificate, SS card, immunization, EED, transcript, and discipline (for 6th to 12th grades) is required BEFORE we can enroll your child. It is the responsibility of the parent to obtain these items for the child they are enrolling – the schools cannot request them.

If you are not the biological or adoptive parent of the student you are enrolling, or if you are a father enrolling your child, be sure and check the required documents for information regarding either of these situations. If you are divorced from the student’s other parent, we must have a copy of the custody portion of your final decree.

The district reserves the right to deny enrollment if it feels that falsification of information has taken place or that the student does not reside at the residence stated in the registration paperwork. A home visit may be made if residency cannot be established to the district’s satisfaction. Should the district suspect, or receive information that you do not live where you stated, the district has the right to request further document to establish and prove residency.

If you have any questions regarding the registration procedures, please contact the Registrar Office at (229) 903-2133.

The Lee County School District complies with all federal rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability. This holds true for all district employment and opportunities. Inquiries regarding compliance procedures may be directed to the Lee County Board of Education, P. O. Box 399, Leesburg, GA 31763 (229) 903-2100.

McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance

Lee County Schools ensure that every student in our district who meets the criteria for homelessness according to the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act shall have access to a free and appropriate education. This commitment to the educational rights of homeless children and youth applies to all the services, programs and activities provided or made available by the Lee County School System. When assistance is needed in registering students -Lisa Bailey (Homeless Liaison) is available to assist and answer any questions. Her number is 229-903-2100 or her office is located at the Board of Education. Also available to assist is the Registrar.

LCSS Board Policy JBC-School Admissions

Required Documentation

ALL NEW student registration is done at the Lee County Board of Education at the Central Registrar’s Office.

Please complete the registration form online. You will have the opportunity to upload your documents online. If you have trouble uploading, we can help you at your appointment.

Once completed and submitted you will receive an email to click on a link to schedule an appointment with the Registrar. At the appointment you will need to bring ALL Required Documents.

The Central Registration Office is located at:

Board of Education Office
126 Starksville Avenue, North
Leesburg, GA 31763

Important Information

PreK Registration starts February 26th at 9:00 AM (must be born between September 2, 2016 to September 1, 2017).

Registration for the School Year 2021-2022 for all other grades will open on April 12th.