Middle and High School Choice
Decisions for the first round of middle/high school choice were mailed out to families on March 9, 2018. (Please note that the original mailing date of March 2 was delayed.) If you have not yet received your first round decision letter, you may contact the choice liaison at your school, or the Office of Enrollment, Choice, and Transfers. Read the middle and high school choice FAQs for the 2018-19 school year.
The second round of choice officially began on Monday, March 5. All second round applications (high school| middle school) must be submitted directly to the Office of Enrollment, Choice, and Transfers by Friday, April 20.
Students may participate in the second round of choice if:
- They did not submit a choice application by the January 19 deadline
- They were not placed at any of the schools listed on their first choice application
- **They would like a different placement than the one they received through the first round
Please note that school choices during the second round are limited to schools that have not yet reached full capacity for the 6th and/or 9th grades. A list of these schools can be found on the choice application, available at the beginning of March.
Second round choice placement letters will be mailed by May 18, 2018.
**Students who were accepted to a school during the first round but wish to enter the second round must complete a decline statement. Completion of the decline form indicates that the student does not wish to attend the school he/she was assigned to during the first round. Please note that students will not be reassigned to a school that was declined. In the event a family is not satisfied with their second round assignment, the student will not be reassigned to a school that he/she declined. If you applied to a school in the first round but were placed at a school listed lower on your application, you cannot receive a placement to the higher ranked school through the second round of choice.