Interdistrict Transfer

Complete the 2019-2020 Interdistrict Transfer Application - Now Available Online Here
(**Priority deadline for applications from November 1, 2018 to January 31, 2019)

Parents of students who reside outside of CVUSD boundaries and wish for their student(s) to attend a CVUSD school will need to complete an Interdistrict Transfer Agreement form. This form must be submitted to your district of residence for approval.

Your Interdistrict Transfer Agreement form must be approved by your district of residence and by CVUSD in order to enroll in a CVUSD school. 

If you reside in Ventura County please use this Interdistrict Transfer Agreement Form (English) or Acuerdo de Transferencia Interdistrital (Español).

If you reside within the boundaries of the Las Virgenes Unified School District please find interdistrict outgoing permit information here.

If you reside within the boundaries of the Oak Park Unified School District please contact their District office directly for the appropriate form.

If you reside within the Los Angeles Unified School District boundaries, please find the following interdistrict transfer agreement forms:

Los Angeles Unified School District links:

OUTGOING permit

OUTGOING Information Packet

Click here for Office of Permits & Student Transfers information page

Los Angeles County Office of Education (Interdistrict Attendance Appeal)

Is your school district of residence not listed above? Please contact that district office directly for the appropriate Interdistrict Transfer form.

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In addition to completing the formal, mandated Interdistrict Transfer Agreement Application, Conejo Valley Unified School District requests that families who are planning to apply for an Interdistrict Transfer permit to attend a CVUSD school also complete the Interdistrict Transfer Interest Form - found on this page

Step One

Complete the Interdistrict Transfer Agreement form and be sure to include a current email address. Turn your application into your home district and a copy to CVUSD. To be considered an on time applicant for the 2019-2020 school year, CVUSD must receive a copy of the application and back up documentation that was turned into you Home district between November 1, 2018 and January 31, 2019.

All applications must include:
  • Rationale for transfer request
  • Student's full transcript (high school transcripts can be unofficial but MUST include ALL earned credits) and/or report cards
  • Attendance report
  • Behavior report (If the student has no discipline records this must be either supported by student database documentation or via a signed statement from a school official on district/school letterhead)
  • Proof of residency (utility bills)

    If your student has a current 504 plan, annual review IEP, or triennial review IEP in place, signed copies of that documentation are required to be submitted with the application.

    Include documentation to support the request for transfer (i.e. Specialized Program, Continuing Enrollment, Change in Residence, etc.). Information detailing reason for request and required documentation can be found on the back page of the Interdistrict Transfer Agreement form. If none apply check ‘Other’ and include a letter explaining your rationale.

Step Two

Submit the completed Interdistrict Transfer Agreement form, all accompanying documentation AND documentation to support the request for transfer to your Home school District for processing and approval. Please provide a copy of the aforementioned Interdistrict Transfer Agreement form and supporting documents to the Interdistrict Transfer Office:

Mail:
Conejo Valley Unified School District
Inter-District Transfer Applications
1400 E Janss Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

 Email:
InterdistrictCVUSD@conejousd.org

 In Person:
Conejo Valley Unified School District – Main Lobby
1400 E Janss Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

 

For the 2019-2020 school year, Interdistrict applications will be accepted beginning November 1, 2018 through January 31, 2019 to be considered on time. Applications submitted after January 31, 2019 will be accepted and placed on a waitlist. 

Interdistrict transfer requests for schools with wait lists may receive an approval/denial very late in the summer or just prior to the beginning of the 2019/20 school year.
   
Parents/guardians of prospective CVUSD students are welcome and encouraged to attend school information/orientation nights and/or schedule a tour with school administration. Please call the school site(s) directly for more information and tour availability.      

PLEASE NOTE:
Non-resident students cannot register, obtain a registration packet or select a class schedule until the Interdistrict transfer application has been approved by CVUSD. If there is a wait list to attend a school, applications will be placed on that list by the date the application is received in the Interdistrict Transfer Office. It must include the application (this includes the interdistrict transfer application, even if it is not yet approved by your district of residence) and all supporting documentation.

In order for Interdistrict Transfer applications to be considered "on time" they must be submitted between November 1, 2018 and January 31, 2019. However, Interdistrict Transfer applications may still be submitted after January 31, 2019 and will be placed on a waitlist.

 

Once a decision has been made on your application you will receive an email from the Interdistrict Transfer office.

 

Approvals for Interdistrict Transfers will be sent out on the following schedule:

High School starting February 1, 2019
Middle School starting March 1, 2109
Elementary School starting April 1, 2019

The approved applications will also be sent to the school requested and to the district of residence. Once approved permits are received, parents and students should visit their selected school to register. You will be contacted by e-mail or phone if there are any questions regarding your application

Regarding Elementary School Interdistrict transfer requests, please note: it may not be known if space is available for your child until the summer months or possibly as late as the first day of school. In ALL cases you will receive a response via e-mail. NO action will be taken on Elementary Interdistrict Transfer applications unless and until a space is available, and can be offered. You will be contacted when space becomes available.

 

No. Effective January 1, 2011, AB 2444, incorporated into Education Code 46600, eliminated the requirement for an annual written release from the resident school district and approval from the receiving school district to remain enrolled in the receiving school district. Once released and approved, a student may remain at the approved school through the highest grade level at that school. Parents do need to submit an Interdistrict Transfer Agreement “permit” when their child promotes from TK to kindergarten or elementary school to middle school or from middle school to high school. For example, a student approved to attend a K-5 elementary school does not need additional approvals until they wish to enter a 6-8 middle school. A student approved for a 6-8 middle school does not need additional approvals until they wish to enter a 9-12 high school.

Please note: Interdistrict transfers may be revoked at any time due to poor attendance, failure to uphold appropriate behavior standards, and failure to make appropriate academic effort.


Families will be informed of the status of their request for Interdistrict Transfers out of CVUSD beginning on March 1, 2019


All applications requesting release from CVUSD must complete the following steps:

Step One

Complete the Interdistrict Transfer Agreement form and be sure to include a current email address. Turn your application into CVUSD. 

All applications must include:

·         Rationale for transfer request

·         Student's full transcript (high school transcripts can be unofficial but MUST include ALL earned credits) and/or report cards

·         Proof of residency (utility bills)

 
If your student has a current 504 plan, annual review IEP, or triennial review IEP in place, signed copies of that documentation are required to be submitted with the application.

Include documentation to support the request for transfer (i.e. Specialized Program, Continuing Enrollment, Change in Residence, etc.). Information detailing reason for request and required documentation can be found on the back page of the Interdistrict Transfer Agreement form. If none apply check ‘Other’ and include a letter explaining your rationale.

Step Two

Submit the completed Interdistrict Transfer Agreement form, all accompanying documentation AND documentation to support the request for transfer to CVUSD for processing and approval.

Mail:
Conejo Valley Unified School District
Inter-District Transfer Applications
1400 E Janss Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

Email:
InterdistrictCVUSD@conejousd.org

 In Person:
Conejo Valley Unified School District – Main Lobby
1400 E Janss Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

Once approved by CVUSD you will receive an email from the Interdistrict Transfer office with the approved/denied application. This email will also be sent to the district that you are wishing to transfer to.

NOTE:
**Student(s) must first be released from CVUSD before attempting to enroll in another district.**

If your Interdistrict Transfer application is not approved - there is an option to appeal the decision.

For residents in Ventura County, additional information regarding the appeal process can be found via the below resources:

Interdistrict Appeal
Ventura County Board of Education
Interdistrict Appeal Process
Public Information Brochures 
How to File an Appeal