Kindergarten Enrollment for 2013-2014 Now Open
Sign Up at Your Neighborhood School
It's never too early to begin planning for that first day of school. Columbus parents with a child who will be age five by Sept. 30, 2013, are encouraged to enroll their child in Kindergarten at their assigned school. Use the Student Assignment Directory to determine your assigned school, or call the FACTLine, 221-3228, open school days from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Use the Kindergarten Enrollment flyer link to view details on what you will need to bring to get your student enrolled.
The Columbus City School was one of the first in Franklin County to offer full-day kindergarten and make a significant investment in its implementation by hiring highly qualified kindergarten teachers and providing training for them, and by hiring and training highly qualified half-day instructional assistants for kindergarten classrooms.
Early Entrance Kindergarten Applications Available May 1
Parents and Guardians interested in seeking early entrance into kindergarten for their child can pick up applications beginning May 1, 2013. Applications will be available on the District Website, in Columbus City elementary schools, and at the Psychological Services Offices, 2751 Neil Ave. Use the links below for more details and the timeline for Early Entrance testing, or call 365-5220.
Early Entrance Kindergarten Announcement
Early Entrance Kindergarten Timeline
The 2012-2013 School Year is in Session
Summer School Information Available
Summer school courses will begin June 3 for OGT tutoring, June 10 for high school and 8th grade courses and June 17 for grades K-7. Courses and registration details are still being finalized. Visit the Summer School page for more details.
Summer School Webpage
Columbus City Schools offers students great opportunities to pursue their interests in safe, secure schools with 21st-century technology, including 34 buildings new or fully renovated since 2001. Students receive instruction from highly qualified teachers in the arts, foreign-language immersion, literature, as well as in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and more. Our 2012 graduating class earned more than $55-million in scholarships and grants and more than 300 college credits prior to graduation. In fact, 20 Columbus City Schools students 2012 graduates also received their Associate Degree from DeVry University in Web Graphic Design on June 23. They were able to do this through one of the many programs the district offers to help students transition to and complete college.