In-District Transfers

In-district transfers – English

In-district transfers – Spanish

In-district transfers are for students living within the Longview attendance area wishing to attend another Longview school.  Submit completed applications to the district administration building, 2715 Lilac St. or send by email. An approved transfer will remain valid until the student moves to a new grade level, such as elementary to middle school, when a new application must be submitted.

Each student will be subject to the same conditions of continued enrollment as for resident students.

As transfer requests are received, the date and time of receipt will be noted on the request. Decisions will be made for semester
placements after consultation of the sending school principal, receiving school principal, and district office representative.

More details of in-district transfers are found in the links below.

Transfer to Non-Resident District

Non-Resident transfer form

Non-Resident transfer form in Spanish

Direct Link to OSPI transfer release

Choice transfers to non-resident districts are for students living outside the Longview attendance area wishing to attend a Longview school or students living in the Longview attendance area wishing to attend another school district or online academy.  Submit completed applications to the district administration building, 2715 Lilac St, or by email. You may also use the direct link listed below the Non-Resident transfer form.

A Choice transfer request is approved for one year only and must be renewed annually. The Longview School District accepts incoming requests year round for the following semester. Submit your requests at least one month before a new semester begins.

Each student will be subject to the same conditions of continued enrollment as for resident students.

For students requesting a Choice transfer to Longview School District, the following information must be returned with the transfer form:

  1. The student’s transcript or most recent grade report
  2. Their attendance history for the previous grading period
  3. A document stating any disciplinary action imposed upon the student.

Incomplete applications may result in denial of the request.

Home-Based Instruction

Intent to homeschool form

For students who will be receiving home-based instruction, state law RCW 28A.200.010, stipulates that parents/guardians must complete an Intent to Homeschool form and submit it to the resident school district annually.  Visit the administration building at 2715 Lilac St for more information.

 Additional information

Read more about transfer students in Policy 3131 and Procedure 3131.