State law requires students in Texas schools to be immunized against certain vaccine-preventable diseases. Getting your child vaccinated not only protects your child’s health, but also that of the community.

Admission to a school is not allowed until records are produced showing (1) that the child has been immunized in accordance with the rules; (2) the child has an exemption from immunization requirements on file with the school in accordance with the rules; or (3) that the child is entitled to provisional enrollment.

2020 - 2021 Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements for Child-Care and Pre-K Facilities

2020 - 2021 Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements or Students Grades K - 12

FAQs About Immunization Requirements For School Admittance


Immunizations protect children from serious illness. Studies show they are safe and effective in helping children stay healthy. The protection of vaccines far outweighs the small risk of serious complications. Most childhood vaccines are 90-99% effective in preventing disease.

Where can my child be vaccinated

Your child's health care provider

Local Heath Department


Immunization Attendance FAQs

Conscientious Exemption Affidavit Form

If your child receives vaccines at his/her physician's office, please provide the campus nurse's office with a copy to update their school record. Also, please remember all students are required by law to be up to date with all of their required vaccines. School will send reminders but it is ultimately the parents responsibility to be sure their child is vaccinated. If your student does not have an up to date immunization record they will not be allowed to enroll and will be withdrawn if they do not keep up with the catch up series.