- No overall GPA below 2.0
- No more than 10 credits deficient
- No suspensions, expulsions, or other significant discipline issues
- No excessive tardies (more than 10) or unexcused absences (more than 2 all-day or equivalent absences)
- Bullying (To safeguard a student who has been determined by staff of the district of residence to be an ongoing victim bullying as defined in EC 48900(r).)
- Sibling (To allow a student to attend a school in the same district as their sibling to avoid splitting the family’s attendance.)
- Parent Employment (To allow a student to attend a school in the same district as the workplace of a parent or guardian.)
- Specialized Academic Program (To allow a student to attend a school that offers an academy or other multi-year specialized academic program not offered in the district of residence. Note that athletics and individual courses do not constitute a special academic program.)
- Continuing Enrollment (To allow a student to continue attending their current school even though their residence has changed.)
- Military Dependent (To allow the student of an active-duty US military parent or guardian to enroll in their school of choice.)
- Other (A reason not defined above)
California Education Code sections 46600-46610 permit parents/guardians to request an interdistrict transfer/reciprocal agreement. The fundamental basis for this provision is the signing of an agreement between districts. Interdistrict transfer/reciprocal agreement must be approved by both the student’s original district of residence and the district to which the student seeks to transfer to. Both districts must approve the agreement before it becomes valid. The agreement may extend for a maximum of five consecutive years and may include terms or conditions. It is within the authority of either the home district or the receiving district to revoke an interdistrict transfer/reciprocal agreement at any time for any reason the local board or district superintendent deems appropriate.
- Overall GPA falling below 2.0
- Student failing more than 2 classes at the semester grading period.
- Student involved in any disciplinary action that requires a suspension or expulsion.
- Student not maintaining at least 95% attendance.
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