On Tuesday the 15th, the Acalanes Union High School District approved to reinstate the motion for inter district transfers to be eligible for students living in other areas to transfer into either Las Lomas, Campolindo, Miramonte, or Acalanes High School.
This allows students who do not live in the geographical region of AUHSD to attend one of the AUHSD schools, if meeting the requirements set by the board. The standards vary to whether or not a parent works at an AUHSD school or if another relative is currently enrolled. But according to the policy’s transcript, “the superintendent or designee may deny interdistrict attendance transfer requests….[the district is] not limited to overcrowding within District schools… or limited District resources..”
Within the guidelines, the policy mentions that transfer students will need to apply for renewal about every year. Unless the district, in which the student’s home is based, does not allow their student to transfer out, the motion will allow them access to the AUHSD schools.
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