Mary Lin ES Official Withdrawal Request Form
An Official Withdrawal Request form must be completed for each student separately to withdraw. This process can take longer if the student has outstanding fees or school equipment. Upon submitting the request, the student is to return all of his/her textbooks, library books, uniforms and/or any equipment. Failure to return textbooks, library books, uniforms, and/or any equipment may delay the process.
• Only the parent /legal guardian who enrolled the student(s) may withdraw the student(s).
• APS must have a copy of your driver’s license or other state issued ID to begin the withdrawal.
• Parents /Legal Guardian should provide your new address.
• APS needs to know the name of the school to which your student will be transferring. If the school is outside Georgia, APS needs the name of the state.
*If you do not have an email address, please contact your child's school to schedule a withdrawal appointment in person.
All APS devices assigned to a student must be returned to the child's school. If no one is at the school, devices can be returned at the APS Central Office (130 Trinity Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30303).
Date of Request
Name of Current School
Student First and Last Name
Date of Birth
Student's Current Grade
Please Select the Reason for Withdrawing Your Student
I have moved to new APS school zone
I am moving out of state
I will be homeschooling my child
My child will be attending at a charter school
My child will be transferring to Alternative School
My child granted transfer to attend another Atlanta Public School
I have moved to another school district
I am transferring my child to his/her zoned school in APS
My child will be attending at a private school
My child will be attending a GED program
Name & Address, City & State of New School *
Student's New Address, City &State
Withdrawing Person's Name (should be same as enrolling person)
ATTENTION: The Next Section Is For STAFF USE ONLY
APS Staff Approval ONLY (applicant DO NOT COMPLETE)
Need Additional Verification
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