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Seventh Grade Immunization Requirements

The Georgia Department of Public Health has communicated that there will be additional immunization requirements for students beginning in the 2014-2015 school year. All incoming seventh grade students will now need to provide proof of a whooping cough booster and a meningococcal shot unless the child has a medical exemption on file. The Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis shot) and MCV4 (meningococcal conjugate vaccine) will help protect students against the ongoing threat of whooping cough and meningitis.

Parents of students without health insurance coverage can contact the local health department to find out about accessing low or no cost vaccines. For additional information, parents may visit http://dph.georiga.gov/vaccines-children or call (800)848-3868.

Flyer - Whooping Cough Booster (Tdap) Shot and Meningococcal Shot
Flyer - Tdap Meningitis Parent Fact Sheet

New Student Registration Information

Required health forms for Georgia students
  • Form 3231 (Immunization)
  • Form 3300 (Hearing, Vision, Dental, Nutrition)

All the requirements below must be met before your student may register for school
  • Five (5) DPT
  • Four (4) OVP/IPV
  • Two (2) MMR
  • Two (2) Varicella or year of disease
  • Three (3) Hepatitis B
  • MCV4 (meningococcal conjugate vaccine) - 7th graders only
  • Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis shot) - 7th graders only

Georgia immunization requirements for children entering 6th, 7th, and 8th grades, and those entering high school have been expanded to include proof of protection against Varicella, also known as Chicken Pox. This was first implemented in the fall of 2000 for children entering day care and schools for the first time. The required certificate (Georgia Form 3231) and any needed vaccines may be obtained from the child's physician or from the local health department. All of the requirements listed above must be met before your child may register for school.

6th grade parents please note: all forms previous filed with the PCMS feeder elementary schools have been transferred to PCMS.

The DeKalb County Department of Public Health lists the sites for its health centers.


What to bring to registration:

Proof of Residence: a utility bill (water, electric, gas, no phone or cable) most recent one, no older than 1 month

ID (driver's license, passport): original ID plus one photo copy of your ID

6th Graders and new students: health form provided by pediatrician with all shots up to date.

Bring cash, check or credit cards for expenses



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