Welcome to Antietam Elementary!  We look forward to working with you and your child to ensure a positive and successful educational experience.  

Parents of children whose primary language is not English should call Central Registration (703.791.2727 or 703.491.8432) for an appointment. Central Registration provides registration, assessment, and orientation for speakers of languages other than English. For more information, visit the Central Registration webpage.

The information found below will give you the details regarding the requirements for registering your child with Prince William County Schools.

Kindergarten Enrollment and Registration
Enrollment, New Students and Transfers 

Antietam Elementary Kindergarten Registration Packet
Required Documents
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Please note that each child must have the following documentation prior to the first day of school.  These items are mandated by the State Code of Virginia and should be presented at the time of registration, unless stated otherwise.

  1. Student's Original Birth Certificate: (Child must be 5 years old by Sept 30, 2019. This means they were born on or before September 30, 2014.) Your student's original birth certificate or certified copy (with a raised seal.) For purposes of official business, you'll want to obtain a certified (raised seal) birth certificate from the Department of Public Health or Vital Records Office where the student's birth took place. This is also often described as an "official" copy (PDF). If you do not have a certified copy of your student's Virginia birth certificate, please visit the Virginia Department of Health website for assistance.

  2. A deed or lease for your home or a contract for a new home (if you do not have a deed, lease or contract please read Regulation 711-3 for more information about documenting your residency in Prince William County).

  3. Two additional documents to prove your residency selected from the following: Valid Virginia driver’s license with current address Car registration Utility bill or utility hook-up documentation Personal property tax bill Bank statement Payroll stub Voter registration Car or Homeowners Insurance policy statement or card Other documentary evidence sufficient to prove residency

  4. Proof of Required Immunizations (PDF)

  5. Negative results of a tuberculosis screening test for students who have been outside the United States or U.S. territories for three or more consecutive months during the five years prior to the registration date. View regulation on tuberculosis.

  6. A comprehensive physical examination for students in grades K-5 performed within 12 months prior to the date the student first enters public school click here for more information (PDF).

  7. A copy of the current Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for students receiving special education services. Not required, however it would be helpful in placing your child.

  8. Custody documents, if applicable.