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Piedmont Academy

Admission Requirements

We admit students of any race, color, nationality and ethnic origin in all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships and other school-administered programs.

FALL CLASSES: August to May

PMO*: For children ages 6 – 23 months and those turning 2 after Sept. 1st. Children may attend a maximum of 4 hours per day and a maximum of 8 hours per week. Classes offered Monday - Friday from 9:00-1:00.

All children must be registered and follow guidelines of registration.

*Children may attend additional hours once 2 yrs of age. Contact the Academy office for more information.

Preschool: For children ages 2-4 years. The child must be the respective age of the class for which they are enrolling before September 1st. A variety of class options are available: 2 day, 3 day, 4 day, 5 day.

Young 5’s-Kindergarten: The child should be 5 yr olds old by December 31. This is a five day class from 9:00 to 1:00.


A Georgia health form is needed certifying that the child is in good health and has received the required immunizations. These forms are available through the Health Department or your private pediatrician. The form is #3227, 3032 or 3231. According to Georgia guidelines for certificates of immunization (Policy Guide 3231INS) a valid Georgia certificate of immunization must be kept on file by the school and be available for inspection by health officials.

A certificate becomes invalid on the expiration date indicated. If a current certificate has not been submitted within 30 days after the expiration date, the child must be excluded from attendance until a current certificate is obtained. Any school / facility official who does not enforce the requirements and any parent/guardian who intentionally does not comply with the requirements shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. See Official Code of Georgia Annotated, 20-2-771 (h).

The Official Code of Georgia provides for only two types of exemptions from immunization requirements: Medical and Religious. Please see the Office for requirements.

The school will make every effort possible to protect the health and safety of the children. Cooperation of parents in helping to prevent the spread of communicable diseases is of great importance.

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