Enrollment is completed at each students home school. Proof of residency, all health and immunizations records and any other pertinent school enrollment forms need to be completed prior to enrollment. Parents who need to enroll their child during the summer months (when school is not in session) can pick up necessary forms and complete the enrollment process at the District Office located at 4210 Technology Drive.
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The Open Enrollment Lottery is available for parents/guardians to request their student attend a Fremont school different from their home school. Parents/guardians complete the lottery form and indicate the requested school. If space is available, lottery selection is determined by a random drawing. If accepted, the selected school becomes the students new home school, until the completion of the highest grade offered at that school. Students return to their original residence attendance area for Junior High and Senior High School. Open Enrollment Lottery forms, and additional instructions, are available at your students school site during the Spring Registration period.
Caregiver Affidavits/Declarations of Residency
Families who live in a residence other than their home residence (i.e. living with another member of the family or living with a friend) must come to Pupil Services and complete a Declaration of Residency form.
Falsification of the Declaration of Residency or Caregiver Affidavit may result in a fine of $5,855.00.
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Inter-district & Intra-district Transfers
In February 2003, the Board of Education passed a moratorium on transfers. Kennedy High School is the only secondary school open to intra-district and inter-district transfers and the open enrollment lottery. BP/AR 5117 also governs transfers. Information on intra-district transfers can be obtained from the resident school site. Information on inter-district transfers and open enrollment lottery can be obtained from the Pupil Services Department at 510-659-2514).
Program and Magnet Waivers
Program and Magnet Waivers are approved for students to attend a school that has a special or unique program that is not offered at other schools such as the Dual Immersion, Mattos Elementary Science Magnet, Irvington Performing Arts Magnet, or Mission San Joses Japanese program. Detailed information on each of these magnet programs, the enrollment process and the enrollment timelines can be found on the individual schools website.
Last Modified on March 8, 2013