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Student Immunization Records must be current within 30 days of enrollment date.
Georgia law requires every child entering school to have a Certificate of Immunization showing adequate protection against varicella (chicken pox), Hepatitis B, diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), tetanus (lockjaw), polio, measles, rubella (German measles) and mumps.
The Certificate of Immunization Form 3231 can be obtained only through the health department or by a physician licensed under the laws of the state of Georgia. Click here to view all immunization guidelines.
A child who cannot be immunized because of a medical disability can be given a special certificate by a licensed physician or a county health department. If a child cannot be immunized for religious reasons, an exemption waiver must be obtained from the health department or the Georgia Department of Public Health.
To view a list of frequently asked questions regarding immunizations, click here to be taken to the Georgia Department of Public Health website.