School Liaison
Student Focused – Partnership Driven

Welcome to the Nellis & Creech Air Force Bases, and Nevada Test and Training Range School Liaison page! This is your one-stop shop for all matters related to K-12 military child education in Clark County, Nevada. 

Military members and their families, traditional public schools, public charter and private schools, homeschoolers, and anyone interested in military child education are encouraged to explore this website. You will find a variety of topics dealing with military child education and answers to many questions dealing with everything from student enrollment to college admissions.

For those who do not find the information they seek, please contact the School Liaison Program Manager, Kristina Aubert. 

Family Child Care Office
4211 Duffer Drive, Bldg. 602

Mon – Fri: 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Office: 702-652-2894

In Nevada, families can choose from traditional zoned public schools,
public charter schools, public magnet schools, private schools, online learning, and homeschooling.

The Clark County School District (CCSD) is the fifth-largest school district in the United States, serving 300,000 students across Las Vegas and its surrounding areas. The district encompasses 233 elementary schools, 61 middle schools, and 54 high schools. CCSD also offers several school choice options to meet students’ diverse needs and interests. Public magnet programs, charter schools, and an online learning academy are available to students.

CCSD Website

CCSD Magnet Schools

CCSD School Choice

CCSD Nevada Learning Academy Online

CCSD Guidance & Counseling Department

CCSD Directory

CCSD Parent General Information

How old must my child be to attend school?
As mandated by state law, a student entering kindergarten must be 5 years of age before the first day of school.

Is there a school on base?
Yes, there is a public charter school on base. Coral Academy of Science serves Pre-K through 8th grade. Please visit for lottery information

How can I find out which school my child should attend?
For the Clark County School District go to, click on the zoning tab, input your address and it will list the elementary, middle school and high school your home is zoned.

What documents do I need to take with me when I register my child for school?

1. Two forms of proof of address (utility bill, rent receipt, lease or sales contract)

2. Proof of the child’s identity (birth certificate, passport, or a certified birth card)

3. Immunization Records

4. Parent Identification

What time does school begin and end?
Starting and ending times vary from school to school. Please call the school your child will be attending for the schedule.

Is transportation provided to and from school?
Elementary and Middle School students attending a Clark County School District school living more than two miles from their zoned school will be provided transportation. High School students living more than three miles from their school will also be provided transportation.

Charter and Private Schools do not provide transportation.

My student is in high school what are the requirements for graduation?
To graduate from the Clark County School District, with a Standard High School Diploma, students must complete their required course work and take tests required by the state. Students must earn 22 ½ credits in the following subjects:

  • English – 4 credits
  • Math – 3 credits *
  • Science – 2 credits
  • U.S. History – 1 credit
  • U.S. Government – 1 credit
  • Physical Education – 2 credits **
  • World History or Geography 1 credit
  • Health Education – ½ credit
  • Computers – ½ credit
  • Electives – 7 ½ credits

Additional information can be found at