All of Virginia Beach City Public Schools' (VBCPS) 82 testing sites are projected to earn state accreditation again for 2023-2024, following today's release of Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) Standards of Learning (SOL) test scores and school quality indicators data.
- What is the age requirement for a student to enroll for Pre-K?
- What if I do not have an original birth certificate?
- What documents are required for a student to apply for Pre-K?
- If my child lives outside of a school's attendance zone, is he/she eligible to participate in the Pre-K program?
- Is there bus transportation for Pre-K students?
- Is there before/after school care for Pre-K students?
- Am I allowed to apply for more than one school?
- What if my child is old enough for Kindergarten, but I don't think he/she is ready? Can I enroll in Pre-K?
- Does my child have to be potty trained to enroll in Pre-K?
- As a VBCPS employee, do I receive automatic enrollment into the Pre-K program?
- My child has an IEP and is currently enrolled in the Early Childhood Special Education program (ECSE). Will he/she automatically be enrolled into this Pre-K program or should I apply to this Pre-K program?
- My child has an existing IEP and is already enrolled in an ECSE exceptional needs class. If accepted to this Pre-K program, will he/she remain at the same school?
- What if I suspect that my child has a disability such as a speech/language and/or development delay?
- What if I cannot provide the Physical/Health Immunization Virginia Form MCH-213G by the start of school?
- Is there an attendance policy for Pre-K students?
- What if I missed the application deadline?
- What if I have a question that has not been addressed in the FAQ?