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NSA Support Site
Village Forum Building
Gricignano di Aversa Italy 81030
Each installation provides information about the types of schools and programs offered on or near your installation for your child. Learn about the types of programs, guidelines and requirements for each school. Whether you choose to send your child to a Department of Defense School, a private school or public school, your installation can help you explore all of your options to make the right decision for you and your child.
The School Liaison Officer (SLO) provides access to information about programs and services, referring families to special education professionals, and navigating the administrative systems within local education agencies. The SLO supports the active-duty military, National Guard, reserves, and DoD civilians and their families. The SLO serves as the installation subject matter expert for all K-12 education issues.
What you need to know about school registration
Regardless of registration type (new or returning) you will have to physically visit your corresponding's registrar's office (generally located at your child's school) to complete the process.
The DoDEA Online Registration for Students (DORS) is now operational. Please visit the DORS web page to register a new students or update information for an existing student.
To register to attend a DoDEA School the following age requirements must be met.
A child must be:
Overseas and Domestic School Eligibility
DoDEA eligibility & enrollment policies differ for DoDEA's two types of schools: Domestic Schools and Overseas.
Requirements to Attend a DoDEA School - Europe
Overseas Department of Defense Schools, DoDEA Europe and DoDEA Pacific and Cuba
Eligibility to attend DoDEA Europe or DoDEA Pacific schools is outlined in Section 921-932 title 20 U.S.C. and DoDEA regulation 1342.13, Eligibility Requirements for Education of Elementary and Secondary School-age Dependents in Overseas Areas.
The Department of Defense Dependents Schools (Pacific and Europe) and Cuba was established to provide high quality education for authorized dependents of DoD personnel assigned overseas, and to provide enrollment on a space-available, tuition-paying basis for others identified and prioritized by the Secretary of Defense
Qualified dependents are authorized to enroll in one of four enrollment categories based on the request of the sponsor. Dependents in enrollment category 1 receive first priority, all others are enrolled on a space-available basis in priority of category of enrollment.
Revalidation of the student's registration for the next school year starts in the spring.
TRANSFER AND WITHDRAWAL
Parents or legal guardians must fill out a Withdrawal/Records Request form at least two weeks prior to the student's last day of attendance. If the student is leaving within twenty days of the semester, PCS orders must be submitted to the school. If the student is withdrawing due to Early Return of Dependents, a letter from the sponsor's command must be submitted.
Documentation of Proof of Eligibility - Europe
Once Eligibility has been established you will need to submit the necessary documentation for proof of Eligibility.
New students registering for enrollment in DoDEA Europe, DoDEA Pacific, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba schools overseas are required to provide verification of the following:
Returning students in DoDEA Europe, DoDEA Pacific, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba schools overseas must provide verification of the following each school year:
Documents that may be used for verification of information:
Date of Birth
Active Duty Status of Military Sponsor
Employment Status of Civilian Sponsor
Employment Status and Certification of Non-DoD Civilian Sponsors and Dependents
Employment Status of Defense Contractor Sponsor
Verification of Housing
Note: This list is not all inclusive and is subject to modification without notice based on regulatory changes. It is always advisable to check with the registrar at the school or district office prior to registration for the most current, as well as local, requirements. Local districts and schools may require additional documents be submitted during the registration process. Most DoDEA schools list the additional required documents on their websites.
Moving to Another Location?
While we hate to see you go, we would like to help make your transition as easy as possible.
When Sponsors Move Out of Eligible Quarters
Withdrawals and Transfers
Upon receiving final notification of your departure from the community, please inform us at least two weeks prior to your actual departure. This notification is needed to prepare your child's report card, transcript (if applicable), attendance records, and other documents. No progress marks are given in any quarter unless the child has attended school for 20 days during that quarter. In the final quarter, no recommendation for grade placement can be given unless the child attends school for 20 days in that quarter.
Elementary school withdrawal is different than higher grades regarding requirements and is based on the 20-day rule. With ten days prior notification, parents are welcome to pick up student records from the office on the last day of student attendance, after 2:30 p.m. The sponsor/spouse must sign for records, provide a copy of orders, and present an I.D. to receive the child's school records.
It is DoDEA policy that copies of student records are sealed and given to parents to be hand carried to their next school. Official (original) records will be sealed and mailed upon request by the receiving school. Parents who would like a copy of their child's records for their personal files must personally request an extra set of records to be made when filling out the withdrawal form. We cannot make personal copies without advance notice. It is a requirement to clear all debts (replacement or payment for lost or damaged books, library fines, cafeteria debts, etc.) BEFORE the last day of attendance.
Early Departure of Students
If a student is departing school with less than 20 school days in attendance, prior to the end of the school year and due to official military orders, the following statement will be written on their report card:
"Although (student's name) was unable to complete the school year due to the military transfer of his/her family, had he/she continued their current progress through (the date for 20 days of attendance) he/she would have been promoted to grade __ next school year."
If a child is departing school on or after the date of 20 days of attendance in the 4th quarter his/her report card will be completed as usual, to include all grades, comments, and promotion to the next grade level.
DoDEA Accelerated Withdrawal Policy
Excerpt from policy: The policy therefore requires that students present verification of the date of their sponsor's departure, i.e., Permanent Change of Station (PCS) or other official orders, to school officials in order to receive consideration for full academic credit. Students who withdraw prior to the 20-day limit receive a "withdrawal" grade rather than a final grade. At the elementary school level, administrators may annotate the child's progress report to indicate the student's status.
Speak with a school counselor to request Accelerated withdrawal.
Naples Middle High School Registration Hours
Naples Middle/High School (NMHS) is located at the US. Navy Support Site, in Gricignano di Aversa, 15 miles north of Naples, Italy. More than 500 families reside at the Support Site. The Support Site began construction in the mid 1990's and became fully operational between 2003 and 2005 with a Navy Exchange, commissary, hospital, hotel and other support activities. This site is the latest phase of presence in the Naples area for the United States Military. The relationship between the U.S. military community and the citizens of Naples, Italy dates back to World War II. NMHS is a component of the Naples Educational Complex and shares limited common areas with Naples Elementary, which serves grades pre-K through 6.
DoDDS Europe provides school bus transportation for students who live within the established commuting area. Bus routes are normally established prior to the beginning of the school year but can be modified to include new stops. The Naples Student Transportation Office is in charge of this activity. If you have questions of any kind concerning buses, registering your child for a bus, bus schedules, special education transportation, bus passes, complaints, curricular and co-curricular transportation or other related questions telephone the STO-(DSN 629-4769/4482), or visit the office (Naples HS room #128).
Transportation by bus will be suspended or revoked if a student's conduct warrants such action, and sponsors are responsible for full reimbursement resulting from damages cause by their children. Absences from school or tardinessto classes due to the withdrawal of school bus privileges will be counted as unexcused.
NSA Naples and the U.S. Navy do not endorse or accredited private schools. No financial support is available through NDSP to attend schools other than the DoDEA schools on the Support Site. Numerous school options have been referred by community members who have chosen them for their children and have been visited by the School Liaison Officer.
Before enrolling your child in an off-base school, please research and visit the school, discuss your child's needs and educational history with school administrators, discuss curriculum and potential impact on the next school location, speak with the School Liaison Officer, and speak to other families who have children enrolled in the school.
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School Liaison OfficerDSN 629-6549 | COM +39 081-811-6549Facebook: Naples Child & Youth Programs
There are plenty of opportunities to continue your education while stationed in Naples. The current on-base colleges are Central Texas College, Oklahoma University and University of Maryland Global Campus. All three colleges are regionally accredited and provide academic evaluations for prior college credit and military schooling. Classes are available both on site and online.
UMGC also manages the National Test Center which offers a myriad of tests to include CLEP, DSST, Pearson Vue certification exams, and the GED.