Yes, you may need the assistance of Student Registration if...
Visit the General Registration Requirements web page.
Fairfax County Public Schools has implemented procedures for the identification and enrollment in school of homeless students. Parents and guardians of families experiencing homelessness may call Student Registration at 703-204-6740 or the neighborhood school for enrollment assistance.
Yes. Please call at least a week in advance so the staff will be available to assist you. Call 703-204-6740 to request an appointment to register at Dunn Loring Center. Call 703-704-6017 if you prefer assistance at South County Government Center. Call 703-668-0690 to register at the Lake Anne-Reston Registration Office.
Plan for at least two hours, but length of time depends on how many children you are registering and personal circumstances.
The main office at Dunn Loring is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The office at South County is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
The office at Lake Anne-Reston is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Click on site name for map.
Dunn Loring Center
2334 Gallows Road
Dunn Loring, VA 22027
South County Government Center
8350 Richmond Highway #123
Alexandria, VA 22309
Lake Anne - Reston
11484 Washington Plaza, West, Suite 310,
Provides information and general counseling to newcomers regarding Fairfax County Public Schools procedures and expectations, graduation requirements, and programs such as English for Speakers of Other Languages, Family Life Education, guidance and counseling.
Assists parents who provide homeschooling to their children. For assistance regarding home instruction call: 571-423-4460 or visit the website at: http://www.fcps.edu/dss/osp/StudentRegistration/homeinstruction
Reviews school records and evaluates student transcripts.
Updates registration, health and immunization requirements on the Fairfax County Public Schools website at: http://www.fcps.edu
Refers families to appropriate county/community agencies for help regarding non-school related matters.
The Language Services unit of Student Registration provides interpreters and translators to support school personnel and parents. School materials such as special education documents, newsletters, notices of school functions and summer school bulletins are translated in various languages as needed.
Interpreters are provided to assist limited English speaking families in understanding school procedures and helping with student concerns. School staff may use interpreters for parent-teacher conferences, school meetings and to contact you by phone.
School clinics are staffed by a clinic room aide who is not a medical professional, but is trained by the Fairfax County Health Department and supervised by a school public health nurse (PHN). The PHN, who is responsible for several schools, provides interpretation of medical/health information; trains school staff in health procedures; consults with parents or guardians, medical personnel and school staff as appropriate; and serves as a health resource.
Joanne Chen, Coordinator
Robin Sheare, Web Development Specialist
November 29, 2012