Coordinated School Health
Immunizations and Health Assessments


In compliance with North Carolina law (General Statute 130A-152-157), parents/guardian must present certification of the required immunizations at the age required by law on or before the first day a student enters school. Any religious exemptions must be presented in writing to the school. Medical exemptions must be completed by a physician and must state the basis for the exemption. 

Most immunizations are due when a student enters kindergarten, additional immunizations are required upon entry into 7th grade and 12th grade. A list of required immunizations is provided in the Notice of Requirements SY 2021-22).

Upcoming Immunization Events

Back to School Vaccination Event - September 25.pdf

Physical Exams/Health Assessments

Any student new to NC public schools must present a physical documented on the Health Assessment Transmittal Form. The health assessment must have been completed within 12 months prior to the date the child was eligible to enroll. (General Statute 130A-440; 10A NCAC09.3005)



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