The inter-district transfer process applies to those parents who wish their children to attend school in a district other than that in which they reside. All inter-district transfer requests must be initiated in the district of residence.
Inter-district transfers are valid for one year only and must be renewed annually.
When a student’s residence is changed, the parent or guardian shall notify the school of the change in residence.
An approved inter-district transfer must be in effect between the district of residence and the school district of desired attendance before a student can attend the desired school.
Transportation, if needed, shall be the responsibility of the parent/guardian.
Childcare, if needed, shall be the responsibility of the parent/guardian.
The transfer committee will consider transfer requests based on the date the request was submitted and the reasons given for requesting the transfer.
The CHOICE list must be exhausted before transfers will be considered. Transfers will be granted based on space availability and no negative impact on staffing at either the resident school or the requested school. Students requesting a specific program, not available at their resident school, will be given priority as will students who are in good standing in academics and conduct.
If the transfer request is denied, the parent will receive a denial letter from Pupil Services.