An Out of District Transfer Application fee of $50 per student and $75 per family with more than one child will be payable at the time of application. The application fee is non-refundable if the student is not accepted or chooses not to enroll. The application fee will be applied to tuition upon acceptance and enrollment of student(s).
A Transfer may be denied for the following reasons
A conference may be required to determine if additional staff is necessary for students with special needs.
Student eligibility for participation in athletics will be determined by the receiving campus according to the UIL rules and regulations.
Students are not guaranteed eligibility for any particular extracurricular program.
Any falsification of information shall cause this application for transfer to be denied and/or revoked. In addition, falsification of documents or records is a criminal offense under Section 37.1, Penal Code, and subjects the person to liability for tuition costs under Section 25.001(h), Texas Education Code.
Transportation is to be provided by the parent/guardian for approved transfer.
An Out of District Transfer Application Fee of $50 per student; $75 per family with more than one child will be accessed at the time application is submitted. This fee is nonrefundable, but will be applied to tuition upon acceptance and enrollment.
Tuition fees: $1,000 per year for 1st student; $1,500 per year for family with 2 or more students. Tuition caps at $1,500 per family.
Tuition fees must be paid by the date of enrollment for all students.
A person commits an offense if he:
knowingly makes a false alteration of a government record
makes, presents, or uses any record, document, or thing with knowledge of its falsity and with the intent that it be taken as a genuine governmental record
intentionally destroys, conceals, removes, or otherwise impairs the verity, legibility, or availability of a governmental record
An offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor unless the actor's intent to defraud or harm another, in which event the offense is a felony of the third degree
g) In addition to the penalty provided in Section 37.10, Penal Code, a person who knowingly falsifies information on a form required for enrollment of a student in a school district is liable to the district if the student is not eligible for enrollment in the district but is enrolled on the basis of false information. The person is liable for the period in which the ineligible student is enrolled for the greater of:
the maximum tuition fee the district may charge under Section 21.063 of this code; or
the amount the district has budgeted for each student as maintenance and operating expense.
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