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Below are some frequently asked questions regarding transfer eligibility. The information contained herein is not a bylaw or policy and is intended only to provide an overview of the transfer eligibility process.
What is a transfer? A transfer student is a student who discontinues enrollment and attendance in any high school, public or non-public, and enrolls in any other high school in Minnesota, or outside of Minnesota.
A transfer is considered complete when the student attends class or participates with an athletic program at the new school. This includes home schools, charter schools, and online schools. If I transfer to a new high school, will I be eligible for varsity competition?
If you transfer to a new high school, you will be eligible for varsity athletic competition if: You are enrolling in 9th grade for the first time; 2. Your entire family moves to a new residence in a different attendance area; 3.
Your residence is changed pursuant to a court order; 4. Your parents are divorced and you move from one parent to another. This option may be used just one time after you enroll in 9th grade ; or 5. You and your family have moved to Minnesota from another state or country.
If none of the above apply, you will be ineligible for one calendar year from the date of the transfer from participating in interscholastic varsity athletic competition. You will, however, be eligible to participate in varsity tryouts, practices, scrimmages, jamborees, etc.
You will not be eligible for varsity competition. What happens if none of the five provisions above apply and I am determined ineligible? If none of the five provisions set forth above apply and you are determined ineligible, you can request that the MSHSL review the determination of ineligibility.
There are seven circumstances with which you can request a review: You are transferred to a new high school within the same school district; 2. A change in family circumstances such as adoption, abandonment, or death of a parent. For example, if one or both parent s loses their job or other means of income.
The principals and activities directors from both the sending and receiving school agree that varsity competition eligibility should be considered. How do I request a Transfer Eligibility Review? When you enrolled at your new school [receiving school] and indicated an interest in participating in athletics, the school compiled information and submitted a student transfer report to the MSHSL.
The transfer report contains general information on your previous school s and the reason for your transfer.
Based on this information, the receiving school makes aninitial eligibility determination. The athletic director will submit the request and supporting documentation to the League for review.
What types of information and documentation should I provide in support of my request for a Transfer Eligibility Review?
You should provide a written explanation and documentation supporting your request for review.In collaboration with our community, as. Lexington Two has a rich history and strong community commitment.
Many of our current students are third or fourth generation Lexington Two students.
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