Thank you for your interest in Susie King Taylor Community School! We are pleased that you are considering applying to our program. For the 2019-2020 academic year we will offer:
Grades K - 6th
Any student who is a resident of Chatham County and who meets the minimum age and grade requirements may apply
Children entering kindergarten must be at least five years old on or before September 1st of the year they start school
(January - February)
Complete the admission application. Make sure to submit one for each child.
(Held March 8, 2019)
Children not chosen through the random lottery will be placed on the waiting list in the order their names are drawn. After the lottery all families will be notified of child's acceptance or wait list status. If no lottery is necessary or if spaces remain, admission will continue on a first-come, first-served basis. If a seat becomes available contact will be made via letter, email and/or phone regarding admission off the wait list.
Finalized acceptance and registration into SKTCS is contingent upon verification of information submitted. Parents/guardians must provide all registration materials during the allotted window or risk losing their child's space in the school.
Students may enroll first-come,
first serve for remaining slots
or as wait list spaces become available.
Priority Categories for the Lottery
Children of SKTCS employees or governing board members
Siblings of currently enrolled students
SKTCS will utilize the available weighted lottery option during our admission process in order to give qualifying educationally disadvantaged students double the chance of being selected for an available seat. Qualifying students must meet one of the following: lives below the poverty line, qualifies for free or reduced lunch, or whose family qualifies for federal benefits including SNAP, TANF, WIC, or Medicare.
Multiple birth siblings (twins, triplets, etc.) are entered as one application and will be admitted together if chosen.
If a child from a family with multiple siblings is admitted through the lottery process, all siblings from that family will be admitted at the time of the lottery if space at sibling’s grade level is available.
Susie King Taylor Community School practices a policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, creed, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national and ethnic origin, age, or economic status regarding the receipt and review of applications for admissions.