FCPS offers registration opportunities for Early Head Start through Adult and Community Education, with lots in between
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For student registration information, please contact your zoned school directly. Enter your address in the boundary locator to determine the name of your zoned school. If you already know your zoned school, you can find your school’s website by visiting our Schools and Centers Directory for contact information.
Registration opportunities in Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) are available for a broad audience, ranging from infants to adults, and include an array of special offerings such as language immersion programs, online courses, magnet schools and summer learning.
Our bilingual registrars are available to assist with the registration process.
Early Childhood EducationEarly Head Start, PreK and Child Find
Kindergarten RegistrationAge 5 on or by September 30
General Registration RequirementsGrades 1st through 12th
Fairfax County Adult High SchoolAge 18 or older, GED or diploma
Adult and Community Education
Explore our catalog and sign up for one of our courses or programs of study!
Advanced Academics Identification and Placement
Learn about the referral and screening and selection process for full-time (Level IV) and school-based (Levels II-III) Advanced Academic Programs.
FCPS identifies, locates, and evaluates children residing in Fairfax County who are in need of special education and related services.
Elementary Magnet School Lottery
How do I register my child for elementary magnet school programs at Bailey's and Hunters Woods?
High School Academies
Find out what you need to know about enrolling in one of the six academy programs across FCPS.
Any parent may elect to provide home instruction for his or her school-age child in lieu of school attendance. A parent or guardian may provide a notice of intent to provide home instruction with these forms.
Dual Language Immersion (DLI) Program Registration
FCPS offers elementary Dual Language Immersion (DLI) programs in five languages.
FCPS welcomes responsive and collaborative communication and partnerships with the parents and families of our students.
Online Campus Registration
All the information that you need to know to sign up for the online campus.
Get information on the 2022-23 opt-out choices related to surveys, records, curriculum, privacy, and related rights.
Parents' Rights in Fairfax County Public Schools
Learn about your right to school information and decision-making whether you are divorced, separated, married or have never been married.
School Age Child Care (SACC)
SACC Programs are available before and after school as well during school breaks, teacher workdays and staff development days.
Student Transfer Information
FCPS considers transfer requests for very specific reasons for Fairfax County Residents Only.
Title IX protects the rights of students and others so they have an educational environment free from discrimination based on sex, including discrimination in the form of sexual harassment and discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, as guaranteed by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.