Kindergarten and New Student Registration

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Welcome to Centre Ridge Elementary School!

We're excited to welcome our newest Rams! 

To join us, first determine if your student lives in the Centre Ridge Elementary School boundary by viewing the FCPS boundary locator. If your student does live in our boundary, please fill out the new student registration signup/intake form below. Your form will be submitted to Patricia Kirkpatrick, our school's Student Information Assistant, who will be able to assist you with the registration process.

If you need assistance in Spanish, please contact Mary Pierri by email at @email.

Student Street Address
A student who is being registered for kindergarten must be at least five years old by September 30 of the year they will be starting kindergarten.
A student who is being registered for kindergarten must be at least five years old by September 30 of the year they will be starting kindergarten.
If applicable, please share any additional information that you would like our school Student Information Assistant to know.
Note: Submitting this form does not register the student. Submitting this form begins the new student registration process with the school. Our school Student Information Assistant will contact you with the next steps to get your new student enrolled quickly and efficiently.

New Student Registration Forms

Kindergarten Forms

Visit the FCPS kindergarten registration page to learn more.  This page has videos as well as the five-step process for enrolling a new student.

First through Sixth Grade Forms

Visit the FCPS registration page to learn more. This page has videos as well as the five-step process for enrolling a new student.

As you go through the registration process, our school Student Information Assistant is available and ready to help answer your questions and provide you with assistance.

Completing the Process at the School

When you are ready to come to the school to complete your registration paperwork, please contact Patricia Kirkpatrick, our Student Information Assistant, by email at [email protected] or by phone at 703-227-2600 to set up an appointment. You will be informed of all other documents that you'll need to present at your visit. These include:

  • Original birth certificate: If a birth certificate is not available, the FCPS affidavit with substantiating documentation is required.     
    • Affidavit forms may be obtained at the school.  
  • Proof of residency: A current mortgage statement, a current, fully-executed lease (signed by both the landlord/management company and tenant), or deed/closing documents to the home is required. If you are sharing a residence, you must complete and have notarized two FCPS residency affidavit forms and provide the necessary documentation at registration.
    • Affidavit forms may be obtained at the school.  
  • Parent Photo ID: Only a parent who is named on the child's birth certificate is eligible to enroll the student. The parent will be required to present government-issued photo identification.

If you need assistance in Spanish, please contact Mary Pierri by email at @email.

Questions in English?

Please contact Patricia Kirkpatrick at [email protected] or 703-227-2600.

Preguntas en Espanol?

Habla espan ̃ol contacte a Mary Pierri al [email protected] o 703-227-2666.

Are You Registering a Student Whose Home Language Is Other Than or in Addition to English?

Student families wishing to register a school student with a home language other than or in addition to English should please contact the FCPS Student Registration Welcome Center. Here professionals may assess your student's English language skill and/or educational level. These assessments can provide valuable information to the local school and support your child's instructional needs.  

Do You Have Special Registration Situations? 

Special registration situations can include nonparent registrations, situations involving divorced or separated parents, homelessness, foster care, and foreign exchange students.