Student Immunization Information

Childhood immunizations are critically important to protect your student from infectious diseases and ensure our school communities are safe and healthy places for all students to learn. All students must be up to date on their immunizations before participating in in-person learning.

We are hosting a series of mobile immunization clinics for families who want to ensure their children are up to date on their routine childhood immunizations (tetanus, polio, etc.) for the upcoming school year.

Mobile Clinic Dates:

No Upcoming Clinic Dates

If you have questions about your child’s immunization history, contact your medical provider and request a copy of your child’s immunization history, or call the DC Health Immunization Program at (202) 576-7130.

Helpful Immunization Resources

For resources and information, please use the following resources:

District of Columbia Pediatric Immunization Locations

FAQs for Families

Immunization Requirements

Universal Health Certificate

Pediatric Immunization Locations

HPV Opt-Out Form

Six Things YOU Need to Know about Vaccines

Making the Vaccine Decision: Addressing Common Concerns

Facts About HPV