2021-2022 Current Student Re-enrollment

Re-enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year is from March 15 to March 31, 2021. All current Drew Charter School students (rising 1st -12th) who are returning for the 2021-2022 school year must complete the re-enrollment process.  Note that students currently attending the Cox Pre-K Program at Drew who are interested in attending Drew for kindergarten do not go through the re-enrollment process; they must submit a lottery application by April 30, 2021.

On March 15, the primary or enrolling parent/guardian will receive an email with a unique link to the online re-enrollment forms for their Drew students. You will use the same login information you used for last year's re-enrollment or enrollment process. There will be an option to retrieve forgotten usernames or passwords. 

While ALL returning rising 1st through 12th graders must complete the online re-enrollment form, due to Drew's current operating status, only the following categories of students are required to submit current proof-of-residency documents as a part of their re-enrollment:

  • Students in transition grades (rising 6th and rising 9th grades); and
  • Any student who has moved and requires an address update in our system.

The address of residence for every student in any grade 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.  Also, please be mindful of the residency notice at the bottom of this page.

2021-2022 Re-enrollment Process:
 
  1. Online re-enrollment form (all rising 1st through 12th graders) 
    All rising 1st through 12th graders are required to confirm their intent to return next school year and review and update information on file for their students by submitting their online re-enrollment forms by March 31, 2021. Links to your students' forms will be emailed on March 15, 2021. This form allows parent/guardians to review and update information on file for their students as well as complete required annual surveys and acknowledgements. 
     
  2. Submission of current proof-of-residency documents is required for all rising 6th graders, 9th graders, and anyone who moved
    All rising 6th or 9th graders as well as anyone with an updated address will be prompted to upload current proof-of-residency documents while completing the online re-enrollment form. We encourage you to gather PDFs or photographs of the documents outlined here prior to beginning the form. If parents/guardians of these students are unable to or choose not to upload documents electronically, they will be asked to schedule an appointment to submit hard copy proof-of-residency documents during an alternative in-person submission period the week of April 19th. Drew reserves the right to request hard copy, original versions of any document uploaded electronically. 
3. Verification of re-enrollment (all rising 1st through 12th graders) 

Once this process is complete, all rising 1st through 12th graders will receive an email indicating final re-enrollment status.                           

 

Please contact us at enrollment@drewcharterschool.org or 404-450-0567 with any questions.  We thank you in advance for completing your students' 2021-2022 re-enrollment. 

 

Residency Notice

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.