• Admission of Students:

    Guidelines

    Nonresident Children Placed in Resident’s Home

    Any child placed in the home of a district resident by a court or government agency shall be admitted to district schools and shall receive the same benefits and be subject to the same responsibilities as resident students.[12]

    Residents of Institutions

    A child who is living in or assigned to a facility or institution for the care or training of children that is located within this district is not a legal resident of the district by such placement; but s/he shall be admitted to district schools, and a charge shall be made for tuition in accordance with law.[10][13][14][15][16][17][18][19]

    Former Residents:

    Regularly enrolled students of the senior class whose parents/guardians have moved out of the school district may be permitted to finish the school year without payment of tuition when the parents/guardians move from the district after September 1.[5]

    Regularly enrolled students whose parents/guardians have moved out of the school district may be permitted to finish the school year without payment of tuition when the parents/guardians move from the district after April 1.[5]

    Other Nonresident Students 

    A nonresident student may be admitted to district schools without payment of tuition where attendance is justified on the grounds that the student lives full-time and not just for the school year with district residents who have assumed legal dependency or guardianship or full residential support of the student.[7][8] 

    The district shall immediately enroll homeless students, even if the student or parent/guardian is unable to produce the required documents, in accordance with Board policy, laws and regulations.[20]

     District employees who are currently employed full time may have their children attend the school district free of tuition cost.

    For more information about our admisssion policy, please click on this link. Once you are on the link, click Policies (top right) and then find Policy 201.

     

Last Modified on April 14, 2020