GA Lottery Pre-K 2021-2022
Pre-Kindergarten Lottery Drawing
Required Documents for Registration: These items MUST be presented to register
A. Copy of Child’s Original Certified Birth Certificate
B. Establish Residency – REQUIRED. Current month lease agreement (GA Realtor signed rental lease or Notarized generic lease), non-contingent sales contract, home purchase agreement, or current residential property tax statement/bill AND one of the following: (1) current homeowner’s insurance policy, (2) current month gas, water, or electric bill or document verifying utility services established for primary residence, (3) current vehicle registration, (4) mortgage or lease payment, (5) current warranty or quit claim deed, (6) most recent income tax return.
C. Copy of Child’s Social Security Card
D. Parent Photo Identification (i.e. driver’s license, passport, or military ID)
E. Immunization Form 3231
F. Eye, Ear, and Dental (EED-Form 3300)***
F. 2021-2022 Pre-Kindergarten application
***Eye, Ear, and Dental (EED-Form 3300) will be required once your child turns 4 and is enrolled, but does not have to be included at the time of the lottery draw. If you have the form completed, please include them in the lottery packets. Forms are available from the Fulton County Health Department (756-2611 or 653-4331) or your child’s doctor. Pre-K students, who have not yet turned four, may provide these forms later.
Oak Grove Academy Lottery Prekindergarten Program
Oak Grove Academy Lottery Pre-Kindergarten Program provides child-centered learning experiences for children who meet age eligibility by turning four years of age by September first of each school year for a total of 180 school days. Our class is staffed with a 22:2 student/teacher ratio with 22 being the maximum class size.
Our program provides a language-rich environment in which early learners are introduced to the formal educational setting that begins in Kindergarten. All Pre-K classes use The Creative Curriculum and the Georgia Early Learning and Developmental Standards which emphasizes a child-centered environment that teaches children to make good learning choices and learn positive interactions while developing peer relationships in our classroom environment. The curriculum involves active learning and provides the children with age appropriate materials. Pre-literacy and pre-math skills are emphasized throughout the curriculum.
The children who participate in the Pre-K program enter Kindergarten with the readiness skills necessary to be successful lifelong learners!
The Pre-Kindergarten Program is funded entirely by the Georgia State Lottery and is considered to be one of the finest educational programs in the nation.