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2945 Johnston-Oehler Road
Charlotte, NC 28269
Courier #: 409
P: 980-343-9915  |  F: 980-343-9913 
Principal: Brenda Mills
LC: Northeast
Bell Schedule: 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Grades: PreK-5
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New Student Enrollment Information

 New Student (Grades K-5) Enrollment Form

 (links below)

Clcik for Student Enrollment form in English ~~ Click for form in Spanish  

    • Certified Birth Certificate (no hospital, souvenir or Mother copies)
    • Safe Schools Enrollment Declaration - English | Spanish  (Required for students transferring into CMS)
    • Current Immunization records (Complete record required by 1st day of school entry)
    • Health Assessment (Required for all pre-k, kindergarten and students new to CMS and North Carolina by 1st day of school entry)

Age requirements

In compliance with North Carolina law students must be 5 years of age on or before August 31st to be considered for Kindergarten. Students applying for the Montessori schools Pre-K program  must be 4 years of age on or before August 31st in order to be considered.

Immunization and Health Assessment Requirements

In compliance with North Carolina law, all students entering kindergarten must present a health assessment (physical exam report) by the first day of school entry. The assessment must have been completed within 12 months of school entry.  In addition, North Carolina law requires parents/guardian to present certification of immunizations on the first day of school entry. If documentation is not presented, parents and/or guardians have 30 calendar days to provide documentation or the student shall be excluded from school until proof is provided.

International Students

The mission of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ (CMS) International Center is to address the needs of culturally or linguistically diverse students, providing them with equal access to effective participation in the educational programs offered by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.

 Home School Students

 If student was home-schooled, a copy of the home school license and the following assessments/ documents will need to be submitted prior to being placed into a classroom:

    • Current information about the reading and math programs used while home-schooled, including textbooks used and work samples from the student(s)

    •  Summative/End of grade standardized test data from the end of year when home-schooled.  The parent should provide test scores from a nationally standardized test or equivalent measure that are adequate to determine proper grade placement

    • If the student does not have standardized or end of year test data, the student will have to take the following assessments prior to being placed into a classroom at Highland Creek: Reading 3-D assessment if K-2nd; Reading A-Z if 3rd-5th; a Reading STAR test; a Math assessment with end of year standards for the previous year of instruction.





You can use the ENROLLING YOUR STUDENT link HERE to access the CMS required proofs of residence. 

 We CAN NOT change your address unless you have all 2 proofs of residency at the time you are requesting an address change. 

All address changes must be completed in person.

This policy may affect transportation to and from school for your child.  Please be advised that you may have to provide transportation for your child temporarily.












Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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