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Attendance Zones

(Note:  See Related Files below for School Attendance Zones List and Maps)

All schools are divided by geographical territorial zones.  These zones are set up by the administration with the approval of the Board of Education.  Children who live within a school’s geographical zone will attend that school.  Such zones may vary from year to year, depending upon housing patterns and shifting populations.

Students must attend the school for which they are zoned unless an Intro-district Transfer (formerly called Out-of-zone attendance) has been approved.  However, high school students will be allowed to remain in the high school they are attending if they have met promotion requirements to enter an 11th-grade homeroom.  In those cases, students will be eligible to remain in high school for the completion of their high school career with full privileges, including performance eligibility, as long as they maintain the requirements as set forth in the Georgia High School Association.  Permissive transfers from one high school to another do not carry eligibility with the Georgia High School Association.

Elementary and middle school students and high school freshmen and sophomores who move into a new school zone before the end of the first semester must move to the school for which their new address is zoned.  Students who move into a new school zone during the second semester may be granted administrative approval to remain in their current school until the end of the school year.  Application for Intra-District Transfer may then be made for the following school year.

Approval of an Intra-district Transfer request will be considered as long as there is classroom space available at the requested school after the assigned students have been enrolled.  The school system may deny a transfer based on a lack of capacity to ensure adequate space for students who are provided provisions under federal law (e.g. students transferring from needs improvement or unsafe schools under the No Child Left Behind law, or students with disabilities whose Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or Individualized Accommodation Plan (IAP) calls for placement at a particular school).

Any student who has been granted permission to attend a school not in the student’s attendance zone cannot be transported by school bus.  (Parent or guardian must provide transportation.)

All full-time employees may request to enroll their own children at their school of employment or its associated feeder schools during the annual window or during the June window.

Intra-District Transfer Request Information

School Year 2019-2020

All Grade Levels (1-12)

All schools are bounded by geographical zones established by the district administration and approved by the Glynn County Board of Education. Students who live within a school’s geographical zone will attend that school.

Application for new Intra-district Transfer requests must be made during the annual application window; students who have a current Intra-district Transfer permission approval will not have to reapply for next school year. If an Intradistrict Transfer request has been granted for a student, the only time that an application will need to be submitted is if the student is changing schools or reached the last grade of that school. Transportation will not be provided for out-of-zone placements and schools are not required to provide services stipulated under an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or Individualized Accommodation Plan (IAP) if those services are not available at the requested school.  Space must be available in the grade level at the requested school.

Current  Intra-district Transfer requests are only for students who have had a change of address, hardship, or new residents of Glynn County. Schools with available space are advertised on the Intradistrict Transfer page

Elementary school students, middle school students and high school freshmen and sophomore students who move into a new school zone before the end of the first semester must attend the school for which their new address is zoned. Such students who move into a new school zone during the second semester may be granted administrative approval to remain in their current school, provided attendance and behavior are in good standing, until the end of the current school year. Application for an Intra-district Transfer may then be made for the following school year.

The district will not provide transportation for students who attend school out of zone.

High Schools

Intra-district Transfer requests will be considered for students who wish to participate in a program that is not offered at the student’s zoned school (e.g. military-based program or other academic/extracurricular program). Extreme hardship circumstances will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

An Intra-district Transfer could impact athletic eligibility; therefore, parents of students involved in athletics should consult with the district athletic director before requesting an out-of-zone placement. While the Glynn County School System can approve an Intra-district Transfer, eligibility for high school athletics is determined by the Georgia High School Association (GHSA). GHSA decisions regarding eligibility are final and can be appealed only to the GHSA.

Students who meet the requirements of attendance and behavior will be eligible to remain in that high school for the completion of their high school career.  An Intra-District Transfer/out-of-zone placement may be revoked for attendance, academics and/or behavior.

The district will not provide transportation for students who attend school out of zone.

 For more information, call 912-267-4100, ext. 1512 or email shaywood@glynn.k12.ga.us or anderson@glynn.k12.ga.us.

 

Applications for the 2020-2021 school year are now CLOSED for grades 1 through 10. Notification for submitted applications will be sent electronically on Friday, February 28, 2020.

Kindergarten Applications will be done in conjunction with Kindergarten Roundup. The window for Kindergarten Intradistrict Transfer requests will open on May 1, 2020, and will close at 11:59 p.m. EDT on May 31, 2020 

The window for the 2020-2021 academic year closed on Friday, January 31, 2020. Please see frequently asked questions (FAQ) for 2020-2021 below. Many questions can be answered in this document; however, if additional information is needed, please contact Student Services at the Glynn County Board of Education, 912-267-4100.