Transfer students in grades 7-8 may participate in all activities if they meet academic and extra-curricular conduct standards.
High School Athletics
UIL guidelines prohibit a high school student who transfers to another campus from participating in varsity-level athletics for one full year. Transfer requests for any student who participates in athletics must first be approved by the Athletic Coordinator at the home campus, the Athletic Coordinator at the receiving campus, and the District Athletic Director. All UIL eligibility rules regarding transfers apply. Athletic transfers are generally denied.
High School Academic and Performing Arts Programs
In most cases, transfer students in grades 9-12 are ineligible for participation in many competitive activities for a period of one year from the date of first attending classes at the new
campus. Transfer students will participate in curricular course required concerts, performances, marching band events, etc., but will not participate in UIL competitions and contests.
Transfer students who elect at a later time to reverse their transfer and return to the home school will be ineligible for a period of one year from the date of first attending classes at the home school. A transfer form must be approved to return to the home school.
The parent and student granted a transfer agree to abide by the receiving school's standards for attendance, discipline and academic standards. To be considered for a transfer a student must currently hold a good attendance and discipline record. School transportation is not provided to transfer students. Transfer students must be delivered and picked up on time.
The campus principal reserves the right to recommend a revocation of the transfer and return the student to the home school if there are excessive absences, tardies or occasions when the student is persistently picked up late, if a student violates the disciplinary code of conduct or has excessive attendance concerns.
Transfers are a privilege. The District will not become involved in family disputes between joint conservators of students. Should a situation arise, the transfer consideration may be revoked.