kimkim78
kimkim78 asks:
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Interdistrict Transfer?

If a student lives in a residence that is traversed by the District’s boundary line, the student may attend District schools. If, however, any such student who wishes to transfer to the other district and the other district accepts student transfers, the tuition to the other public school shall be paid by the District subject to any state or federal limitations. Once a student enrolls in the District or the adjacent district to which a transfer has been approved, that student shall not be permitted to change between the two districts during that academic year.

Does this mean that eventhough my child is zoned to an AISD highschool, she is able to attend a KISD highschool because we live right along the KISD boundary line?

Also what about tuition?
In Topics: Choosing a school, Working with school administrators
> 60 days ago

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