HB2747 Standard Process

  • This type of transfer requires applications to and approval by BOTH resident and non-resident school district offices.

    Applications outside the standard window will be considered for emergencies and hardships only, subject to available space and evaluation of the letter of explanation.

    Students should plan to attend school in their home district until their transfer is approved. 

    Inter-District Slots 

    Inter-District Slots (Spanish)

    Inter-District Request Form

    Inter-District Request Form (Spanish)

    CLOSED: HB2747 Standard Process for Grades K-12 (April 10-May 15, 2019) 

    Applications received by the deadline will receive notification by May 30, 2019.

    Terms of acceptance

    The accepting district shall determine the length of HB2747 transfers. Other terms will be written in the acceptance letter and contract and applied in a consistent, non-discriminatory way to all similarly-situated students.

    Students wishing to transfer into or out of the Hillsboro School District must complete transfer requests at BOTH resident and non-resident school district offices.

    The Hillsboro School Board will determine the number of slots to open for students applying to attend a different school district and to attend the Hillsboro School District by April 10, 2019. 

    Non-Resident Students

    By May 15, 2019students who wish to attend a school in the Hillsboro School District may submit their application for a standard inter-district transfer only for a school/grade with open slots (cupos disponibles). If there are more applications than available slots, the District will conduct a lottery to fill the slots. This type of transfer also requires a separate application and permission from the home district. Please check with your home district for their application timelines and process. 

    Resident Students

    By May 15, 2019, students residing in Hillsboro School District wishing to attend another district may submit their application for release. This type of transfer also requires a separate application to and permission from the receiving district. If there are more applications for release than the allotted number, an equitable lottery will be conducted.

    Note that the transfer is not effective until BOTH the resident and non-resident districts have approved.



    OSAA eligibility rules apply for high school transfers. Please read the full text of the OSAA Position Statement or contact OSAA at 503.682.6722 for more information.

Transfers Contact

  • HSD Transfers

    Communications Department
    Tel: 503.844.1771
    Fax: 503.844.1557

Inter-District Questions

  • Please visit the other district's website or contact their administrative office for more information about their transfer timelines and procedures. Each district determines its own openings and timelines, and whether non-residents are eligible to apply for specific academic programs or schools. Differing timelines will be accommodated as feasible. Western Washington County districts are listed below: