2023-2024 Current Student Re-enrollment
Re-enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year is from March 1 to March 17, 2023.
On March 1, the primary or enrolling parent/guardian will receive an email with the subject line "2023-2024 online re-enrollment form for your Drew student(s)”. The email will contain a link to the online re-enrollment forms for the Drew students in their household. Parent/guardians of rising 1st through 12th graders who plan to remain at Drew for the upcoming 2023-2024 school year must submit the online re-enrollment form by 3 p.m. on March 17 to:
- Confirm their student's intent to return to Drew next school year, and
- Review/update information on file for their student.
Students in transitions grades (rising 6th and rising 9th) as well as any student who has moved and requires and address update will be required to submit the proof-of-residency documents outlined in this re-enrollment checklist when completing their online re-enrollment form.
Online submission is encouraged, however Drew staff will be available at scheduled times during the re-enrollment window for any parent/guardian needing assistance completing the online form or who prefer to submit hardcopy proof-of-residency documents. Exact times and locations will be announced closer to the re-enrollment window.
Please contact us at email@example.com or 404-450-0567 with any questions. We thank you in advance for completing your students' 2023-2024 re-enrollment.
A student’s address will be determined based on the bona fide primary residence of the custodial parent/legal guardian. The address of residence is subject to verification via phone, U.S. mail, home visits and all other legal means by school administration or their designee at any time while a student is enrolled at Drew Charter School.
Drew Charter School is part of the Atlanta Public Schools (APS) system. According to its charter agreement, a student must live within the APS district (the City of Atlanta) or be the child of a current full-time employee or Board Member of Drew Charter School in order to attend Drew Charter School. Except as provided for above, children who do not live in the APS district are not eligible to attend Drew Charter School. If you move out of the APS district, your child will no longer be eligible to attend Drew and must be withdrawn. A student admitted under false information is illegally enrolled and will be dismissed from Drew Charter School upon discovery, with the student’s parent/legal guardian subject to criminal charges and civil liability.