Immunization Requirements

Find out which immunizations are required for students at different ages with the "Are Your Kids Ready?" summary of Minnesota immunization law. Click here for a list of required immunizations and the diseases they prevent.

Click here for the Student Immunization Form to be completed by your doctor and turned into the school.

Minnesota law requires all children enrolled in a Minnesota elementary or secondary school to be immunized against:
  • diphtheria,
  • tetanus,
  • pertussis (whooping cough),
  • polio,
  • measles,
  • mumps,
  • rubella (German measles),
  • Hepatitis B and
  • Varicella (chickenpox).

No child shall be allowed to enroll or remain in school until the child has submitted verification of immunization or filed a legal exemption with the school. Students entering kindergarten and grade 7 are required by law to have updated immunizations.