Transfers are required for students to attend a school other than their "home school" - the school assigned based on the parent/guardian's legal address of residence.
If you wish to attend your home school, then simply enroll at that school with all the necessary paperwork. Your new school will arrange for an exchange of records from the previous school.
Not sure which school is your "home school"?
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New to the district or to your neighborhood school?
You may register your child at your home school at any time by going to the school office. Check your school website for office hours.
The in-district transfer process applies to Forest Grove School District residents only who wish to apply to schools within the Forest Grove School District. All resident students need to be enrolled in the Forest Grove School District before submitting a transfer request. Please make sure your student is enrolled in their home school before the request is submitted to the school you wish your student to attend.
Any requests submitted for incoming kindergarteners may be held for consideration until school starts.
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. May 15 - June 12, 2020 HB2747 Standard process for grades K-12. Open Slots into FGSD
|School||Grade||No. of Slots|
|Echo Shaw Elementary School||2||1|
|Dilley Elementary School||3||2|
|Forest Grove High School||9||10|
Applications will be processed after the June 12, 2020 deadline. If more applications are received than open slots an equitable lottery will be conducted. Families will be notified as soon as possible.
Forms may be mailed to:
FGSD Attn: Kathy Bahnsen | 1728 Main Street | Forest Grove, OR 97116 or emailed to: email@example.com
Open Enrollment - House Bill 3681
The Open Enrollment legislation sunsetted with the 2018-2019 School Year.
Forest Grove Community School is a charter school in the Forest Grove School District. Charter schools are public schools that receive public funds under a written agreement, or charter, that outlines student performance goals and educational services that the charter school will provide. Charter schools are independent legal entities governed by their own board of directors, and they have their own admission procedures.
Forest Grove Community School Website