Out-of-District Choice Application
Out-of-District Application Process Now Open From March 1 – 31, 2022
The Out-of-District application for the 2022-2023 school year is now open from March 1 – 31, 2022. For an application to be considered, student application and transcript should show, at a minimum, satisfactory behavior and attendance, as well as average or above-average achievement with no history of failing courses.
If a student is accepted into the Hall County School District, then he/she will be offered a seat at the requested school if there is available space at the requested school, and after accepted out-of-district parents/guardians return the out-of-district contract and pay tuition by the June 1, 2022 deadline.
|March 1 – 31, 2022||Out-of-District Applications accepted|
|April, Dates TBA||Rising kindergarten applicants will attend kindergarten screenings at first choice elementary school|
|By May 6, 2022||Parents notified of Out-of-District application decision
(There may be a delay for notifying rising kindergarten applicants)
|By or Before June 1, 2022||When we receive the signed out-of-district contract and full tuition payment, parents/guardians will then receive information to enroll accepted student into approved school; this can be completed from May 6 – June 1, 2022.
Out-of-District Contract and Tuition Due in Full by June 1, 2022
($1,000 per student per year)
When submitting the application in March, the parent/guardian must provide Hall County Schools with a sealed envelope, OR the previous school can send it directly via mail or email. We have available a Sealed Transcript Request Form for parents/guardians to use to request a copy of student records from the school. The student records include:
- All completed courses and final grades
- Current schedule and most recent progress report
- Any educational records (Gifted, IEP, 504, etc.) to determine available space to meet a child’s learning needs
- Behavior Records (If the student has no history of discipline, then please submit a letter from the school stating that the student is in good standing.)
- Attendance Records
- Standardized test scores
Currently enrolled students who move out of HCSD do not have to provide records.
If a student is entering kindergarten, please include a letter of recommendation from a current preschool teacher and any other preschool records, if applicable. It is required for rising kindergarteners to attend a kindergarten screening in April, TBA.