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Student Transfer Request

Transfer Applications (in-district and out-of-district) must be submitted online through Skyward Family Access by May 26, 2023. Transfer Applications can only be accepted from a student's legal parent or guardian. A nonresident student shall not be permitted to attend district schools except for reasons outlined in the Board Policy FDA (Local) updated July 28, 2017. Click the link HERE to review the Board Policy.

All Student Transfer requests (in-district and out-of-district) will be reviewed starting in May. Applications submitted after the May 26, 2023, deadline may not be considered for final determination.  

Transfers shall be granted for one regular school year. A new transfer request must be submitted each school year. 

The parent or guardian will be notified of the decision via the email you provide in Skyward.

In approving transfers, the superintendent or designee shall consider the availability of space and instructional staff and the student's disciplinary history and attendance records.  

The superintendent or designee may revoke a transfer at any time for reasons that include, but are not limited to, discipline issues, excessive tardies, late/early pickups, attendance issues, falsification of enrollment or application information, and removal from the program from which the transfer was approved.

Transportation will NOT be provided for students approved for a transfer.

In-District Transfers

Any student currently attending a campus on a transfer (excluding special programs - dual language and/or behavior support program) will receive an email reminder to submit a new transfer request for the upcoming school year. Instructions will be included in the email.  

If you are not currently on a transfer but would like to request a transfer, please email peims@splendoraisd.org. You will receive an email with instructions on completing the transfer. Failure to submit a transfer request before the May 26, 2023, deadline may not be considered for final determination. The superintendent or designee will review all transfer requests with consultation from each campus administration to make a final decision. The parent/guardian will receive an email stating if the request has been approved or denied. Additional information or documentation may be requested for approval.  

If a student who has been granted a transfer withdraws from the district, the transfer is revoked. If the student re-enrolls in the district, he/she will be required to attend the school they are zoned to attend.

Out-of-District Transfers

Refer to the local board policy (FDA) by clicking HERE for information on interdistrict transfers. All out-of-district transfer applications will be considered on an individual basis. If a transfer is revoked, the student's parent or guardian will be notified to withdraw the student and return to their home district. 

If the required transfer form is not submitted and approved, your student will be withdrawn from Splendora ISD and must attend school in their home district.

An out-of-district transfer student who withdraws from the district forfeits all rights to re-apply as an out-of-district transfer. 

Students requesting a transfer to attend Splendora ISD may be required to submit documentation of grades, attendance, and disciplinary history.  

Any student currently attending a campus on an out-of-district transfer will receive an email reminder to submit a new out-of-district transfer request for the upcoming school year. Instructions will be included in the email. This request should be completed before the May 26, 2023 deadline.

If you are not currently on an out-of-district transfer but would like to request a transfer, please email peims@splendoraisd.org to discuss board policy, required paperwork, and documentation.

Note: For transfers of students who are victims of bullying, see FDB (LEGAL). For transfers of students who attend a persistently dangerous school, become victims of a violent criminal offense, or become victims of sexual assault, see FDD.