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The school liaison officers are available to help with ALL K-12 education issues for public, private, DoDEA and homeschooled students for all branches of the military at any local installation.


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School Dress Code Policy

Camp Lejeune District Schools (CLDS) has enacted a dress code policy for all students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12. The overarching purpose of the student dress code is to promote a safe, positive learning environment and to establish reasonable standards of health and decency in all of our schools. The school administrators and staff will determine if a student's attire or appearance conflicts with these rules and expectations.




Before and After School Child Care


Homeschooling Resources


5210 Healthy Military Children


PCS Guide for Kids

FREE Foreign Language Online
Free Foreign Language Online for Kids and Adults. has lessons in 60 Languages in an easy, fun format. Check with the base library
for registration information.

Contact Us

Contact Info

Lejeune-New River K-12 School Liaison

LCH 4012 Midway Park, Camp Lejeune, NC

 Mon - Fri 0700-1600
Please call for an appointment.
Closed on Federal Holidays.



Camp Lejeune District Schools- including New River, Pender and Jones County, Homeschool
Contact 910.449.9915  Cell  910.382.5639


Onslow County Schools, Duplin and Lenior County, Private and Charter Schools
Contact 910.449.9749  Cell 910.358.3926


Carteret, Craven and Pamlico County Schools
Contact 252-466-7648



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Marine & Family Programs Brochure

For more information about our programs and services, pick up your free copy of our Marine & Family Programs brochure, or download a printable version online by clicking the link below:

Marine & Family Programs Brochure



Transferring your out-of-state Driver's Education Certificate
New to North Carolina? If you have recently moved to North Carolina, and wish to transfer your out-of-state driver's education certificate, please follow the process below:

1. Present your driver's education paperwork to a North Carolina high school driver's education instructor to receive an eligibility certificate.

2. Bring both your driver's education paperwork and the eligibility certificate to the DMV. The DMV will determine whether or not the previous state's driver's education curriculum meets North Carolina standards.

3. If approved, the student will be issued a North Carolina driver's permit.

Please note: If the out-of-state driver's education curriculum fails to meet North Carolina standards, additional measures will need to be taken to ensure the receipt of a North Carolina driver's permit. This may include additional classroom seat hours and/or hours of behind-the-wheel experience. Driver's Education is not a part of the Interstate Compact. Each state has the right to set appropriate standards for ensuring the proficiency of drivers.

Please be advised that the state of North Carolina will no longer fund driver's education courses in the schools after the 2014-2015 school year. Funding options may vary among each district.


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