Wesley students are terrific, and we are grateful for the privilege to walk with them from Kindergarten through 8th grade.
Need a transcript from Wesley? If you are requesting a Wesley transcript for another APS school, that school will contact us directly. If you are requesting a transcript for a school outside of APS, please visit the Atlanta Public Schools Online Student Records Ordering System (ScribOrder/ScribTransfer). For more detailed information, please see this letter from APS.
Each spring, students must re-enroll and submit the required documents to secure their places for the following year.
Current Wesley families can find re-enrollment information on the calendar by logging into the Wesley Family Portal.
Parents must submit the following documents:
- Declaration of Residency (replacing the Signed & Notarized Affidavit of Residency for the duration of school closure)
- Current Lease, Mortgage or Warranty Deed (must see address on document)
- Current Georgia Power Bill (must see address on document)
- Parent /Legal Guardian Photo ID
- Current Immunization & Eye, Ear, Dental (rising 7th graders only)
General Timeline for Re-Enrollment:
Re-enrollment happens in spring semester each year, and below is a general timeline. Specific dates can be found on our School Calendar.
- May – Re-enrollment Registration to confirm required documents
In accordance with administrative regulations set forth by the Superintendent, unemancipated minor students transferring to other schools shall be withdrawn by their parents or legal guardians. The school may request proof of custody in situations involving multiple persons claiming control of the same student. In order to be considered a legal guardian, a certified copy of the court order granting guardianship must be presented to the school. Eighteen-year-old students and emancipated minor students transferring to other schools may withdraw themselves. Schools shall make reasonable attempts to notify the parent(s)/guardian(s) if the student resides with them.
Schools may withdraw students without parental permission in accordance with state rule 160-5-1-.28, Student Enrollment and Withdrawal, and administrative regulations set forth by the Superintendent. Schools shall not withdraw students as a consequence for disciplinary infractions or as the result of excused absences as defined in policy JB Student Attendance.
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