How to Transfer High Schools?

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Different high schools have different transfer procedures. If you do not move, you need special permission to transfer high schools and you need to ask the school you want to attend what records it needs and if the records can come directly from you or your former school.
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1. Inform the original school of the intent to transfer the student. Begin by calling the Dean of Students, principal or guidance counselors. Give them the date of withdrawal and
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You will need your transcripts from your old High School. Your new school will need those as well as proof of residency for zoning. Contact your new high school to be sure.
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