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 IWCS Military Family Information Page:



Registration Information

  • When enrolling a new student, please complete the new student pre-registration online and then contact the School Counseling Office at your child's school to complete the registration process.


Transferring from an IWCS School:

  • Contact the School Counseling Office at your child's school to inform them of your move and request records.


Academic Planning and Graduation Requirements for Virginia


Additional Resources



School-Based Military Student Point of Contact

Carrollton Elementary School

Marie Berkeley

School Counselor



YMS School-Based Student Transition Team Coordinator

Stacy Dabney

School Counseling Director



IWCS Military Student Point of Contact

Lynn Briggs

Director of Community and Media Relations


Military School Liaison Officers for Isle of Wight County Schools

Joint Base Langley-Eustis (Langley)
Gwen Lee

Joint Base Langley-Eustis (Eustis)
Christine Stiefel

Naval Weapons Station Yorktown
Katrina L. Patterson

Parent & Family Resources

Virginia Department of Education - The VDOE provides information to military families for assistance with transitioning children into Virginia Public Schools.  There are also numerous links to support services available to military families.

Virginia School Report Card - The Virginia School Report Card is a collection of data compiled on an annual basis to provide information on school performance.

School Quest - SchoolQuest is an educational resource tool from the Military Child Education Coalition designed for military students, their families and the caring professionals who support them. SchoolQuest is well-suited to anyone who is “questing” information about schools, college and workplace readiness, transition, etc. It’s also a secure storage site for students’ educational, extra-curricular, award, volunteer and work information.

Military One Source - Military OneSource is provided by the Department of Defense at no cost to active duty, Guard and Reserve (regardless of activation status) and their families. It is a virtual extension of installation services. Consultants are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Military Child Education Coalition ( - The Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) is a non-profit organization that seeks to address transition and education issues that face military-connected children.

School Transfer Checklist - Checklist for transferring military students.


Academic & Educational Resources - online resource for accredited colleges and universities.

Military Impacted Schools Association - Military Impacted Schools Association (MISA) is a national organization representing school districts that serve high concentrations of military children.

Department of Defense Education (DODEA Schools Worldwide) - Teaching the children of Department of Defense military and civilian families worldwide.

eKnowledge - Free SAT/ACT preparation materials

Military Scholar - College scholarship information for children of activity duty, retired or deceased service members.

Student Aid - Find information on federally funded financial assistance programs —grants, loans and work-study —for education beyond high school.

My Future - A site to aid students in their search for information on careers, colleges and the military.

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Area Military Installations


    • Military Impacted Schools Association
      Military Impacted Schools Association (MISA) is a national organization representing school districts that serve high concentrations of military children.

    • Military Child Education Coalition
      The Military Child Education Coalition is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, world-wide organization that identifies the challenges facing the highly mobile military child, increases awareness of these challenges in military and educational communities, and initiates and implements programs to meet the challenges.