Enrollment-Registration Information

 

     If you are new to Elbert County Schools, we welcome you and your child to our district.  Below you will find information about enrolling your child in our schools for the first time.

     Children must be five years of age on or before September 1 to be eligible to attend kindergarten, and four years of age to attend Pre-K.

     Register your child/children at the Elbert County Board of Education Office located at 50 Laurel Drive in Elberton (behind the Wellness Center). Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

     To register a student, certain documents are required.  Please read below carefully to determine what documents you will need to register your child/children to attend an Elbert County school.

     Bring these four documents with you to registration.  Without this required documentation, we will not be able to register your child/children.

  1. Certified Birth Certificate
  2. Immunization Record (on GA form 3231)
  3. Social Security Card
  4. Two proofs of residence - Must show correct street address, such as driver's license, deed, lease/rental agreement, utility bill, or property tax receipt.

     For more information, contact Sanquetta Calhoun at the Board of Education Office, 706-213-4000.

News & Announcements

2015 Blue Devils Football Schedules

The ECCHS Blue Devils Football Program is recognized as one of the top AAA programs in the state of Georgia.  Under the leadership of Head Coach Sid Fritts, the Blue Devils are preparing to open another exciting season.  Click on the link below to access the 2015 varsity and junior varsity football schedules. Go Big Blue!

2015 Football Schedules

Congratulations to Elbert County Middle School

     At the July 16 work session of the Elbert County Board of Education, Superintendent Chuck Bell reported that Elbert County Middle School (ECMS) has been moved off of the state's Focus Schools list.  Mr. Bell offered congratulations to the school's educational team and Board members and others broke into applause.

     In 2012, the Georgia Department of Education placed the middle school on the Focus List.  The school was required to stay on the list for a minimum of three years.  During that time the goal was to close the achievement gap between the highest and lowest performing student subgroups by 25%.

     ECMS Principal Jon Jarvis attributes the successes of his school to the hard work of the students and staff, and the support of the entire school community.

     Congratulations ECMS!    

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