Interdistrict Transfer Release Application Instructions:
1. Complete the application form, upload all necessary documents and electronically submit the application. * Incomplete applications will not be processed.
2. The school site will contact you to discuss your interdistrict transfer application.
3. You will be notified by US Mail if your transfer was approved or denied.
4. If your transfer application is approved, you will receive the approved transfer for submission to the requested district. *The transfer request is not final until Azusa USD receives the transfer signed by the requested district.
5. If your transfer application is denied, you may appeal the District’s final action to the Los Angeles County Office of Education. *Instructions will be included in the denial letter.
All Interdistrict Transfer Requests decisions are based on California Education Code and Azusa USD Board Policies and Administrative Regulations.
All applications must include:
- Proof of address
- A copy of the most current transcript/report card
- Documentation to support each reason provided
|Reason for Request
- Copy of the flyer, brochure, or other informational material detailing the multi-year career path program in which the student is interested.
- Letter from parent/guardian expressing the extent of the student’s interest in the specialized program, and how the program is unavailable at district of residence
- For K-8th grade, proof of enrollment (must be a current print out by the school showing the date the student entered the district/school)
- For 9th -12th grade, a transcript.
- Letter from parent/guardian stating the enrollment history (grade and school/district) of the student since kindergarten
- Transcript showing senior status
- Detailed letter from the parent explaining the special circumstance that make an interdistrict transfer necessary
- Letter or report from a doctor, psychologist, or other appropriate person verifying health/mental health-related issues
- Police or school reports supporting safety-related issues dating back to the times specified on parent’s letter (if applicable)