Student Immunization Status Report
According to Virginia Code § 22.1-271.2 (Immunization requirements), within 30 calendar days after the beginning of each school year, each admitting school official shall file a report with the local health department stating the immunization status of students in his school. The report includes the number of students admitted to school with documentary proof of immunization, the number of students who have been admitted with a medical or religious exemption and the number of students who have been conditionally admitted (see definitions). The report for students entering the seventh grade shall include the number with a booster dose of tetanus, diphtheria, or pertussis-containing vaccine within the last five years. Data for MMR, HepB, Tdap vaccines are collected ONLY for seventh grades. The report is submitted by school personnel using the web-based reporting tool at the following site
The Student Immunization Survey (SIS) data published on this site have not been validated and reflect direct reporting from each school. Built-in functionality for future years’ data has been added to help users avoid mistakes and to prevent validation errors.
Definition of Terms
Adequately immunized – means children vaccinated in accordance with the harmonized schedule of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Academy of Pediatrics, and American Academy of Family Physicians with vaccines required by the Code of Virginia as shown at the following site: School Requirements
Conditionally admitted – means a student whose immunizations are incomplete, but provides documentary proof of having received at least one dose of the required immunizations, accompanied by a schedule for completion of the required doses within 90 days.
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SIS Results, Compliance at School Entry (%)
SY 2012 – SY 2018