The 2017–18 Open Enrollment (non-resident) transfer application period will begin at 8 a.m., Wednesday, March 1, 2017.
Open Enrollment, inter-district transfer requests will be accepted beginning at 8 a.m., Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at http://4jschoolchoice.com. The deadline to apply for an inter-district transfer is 5 p.m., Saturday, April 1, 2017.
*Available schools for Open Enrollment transfer requests will be listed at this site by mid-January.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS *GRADES OPEN TO INTER-DISTRICT TRANSFER REQUESTS
MIDDLE SCHOOLS *GRADES OPEN TO INTER-DISTRICT TRANSFER REQUESTS
HIGH SCHOOLS *GRADES OPEN TO INTER-DISTRICT TRANSFER REQUESTS
If there are more non-resident applicants than the number of openings determined by the school board, students will be admitted to the district through a lottery using these priorities: 1st priority will be given to nonresident students currently enrolled in a 4J school via an Open Enrollment or a 2016–17 inter-district transfer; 2nd priority will be given to nonresident students with a sibling, living in the same household, who has the district’s permission (Open Enrollment) to attend the same 4J school; 3rd priority will be given to all other non-resident students.
*All placements are based on space availability. Please note that in-district applicants must be placed before seats can be offered to out-of-district applicants. Per the Open Enrollment law, non-resident applicants must be offered and accept a seat before April 30, 2017, or their application becomes ineligible. If schools have in-district students on a grade’s wait list on April 30, 2017, out-of-district students’ applications on those wait lists will become ineligible for a 2017-18 Open Enrollment transfer.
Please contact Lisa Hollingsworth at email@example.com for questions.