2014-2015 Non-Employee In-district Transfer Guidelines
Parents – The general guidelines apply to all requests. You will also need to carefully review the campus level guidelines that pertain to your child. Please review all guidelines prior to completing an application.
High School Transfer Guidelines
Sibling transfers allow the sibling of a student who completed the 2013-2014 school year on an approved transfer and is enrolled for the 2014-2015 school year at either Boswell, Chisholm Trail or Saginaw to request a transfer to the same campus.
Middle School Transfer Guidelines
Requests submitted will be given consideration if the enrollment between middle schools at the grade levels requested is 15 or less. Should a campus have an enrollment that is significantly below the other campuses, consideration for approval would be given to the request for the lower enrollment campus even if the difference is greater than 15.
New Elementary School Transfer Guidelines
Transfers for students who did not complete the 2013-2014 school year on a transfer or a student that has never applied for a transfer in the past will be required to complete a new transfer request form. Transfer requests submitted will be considered as long as the grade level requested is below 80% of capacity. New requests will not be accepted for the following campuses: Chisholm Ridge, Comanche Springs, Elkins, Greenfield, Lake Pointe, Parkview, and Willow Creek.
Elementary Transfer Guidelines for Siblings of students attending Chisholm Ridge, Comanche Springs, Elkins, Greenfield, Lake Pointe, Parkview and Willow Creek
Students who completed the 2013-2014 school year on an approved transfer request and who are enrolled at the same campus for the 2014-2015 school year for Chisholm Ridge, Comanche Springs, Elkins, Greenfield, Lake Pointe, Parkview, and Willow Creek that have a sibling desiring to attend the same campus may submit a sibling transfer request to attend the same school. If we are unable to approve the request, the district will attempt to offer a campus in which all siblings can attend.
Dual Residence or Power of Attorney
Students who have an established primary (permanent) residence in the district and establish a second residence through a Power of Attorney, guardian change, cohabitation, rental/purchase agreement or through any other means of establishing a second residence will be expected to attend the campus in the attendance zone in which their primary residence is located.