Monomoy accepting school choice applications for 2016-2017 school year

Applications are due by February 12

Monomoy Regional School District is now accepting school choice applications for the 2016-2017 school year. School choice gives parents the option of having their child attend school in another district. 

School choice openings are determined by the Monomoy Regional School Committee based on current enrollment and available space, according to the district website.

Applications will be accepted until Friday, February 12, 2016. Acceptance notifications will be made on or after February 14, 2016.

School choice applications for Monomoy are available on the district website here. Parents may submit applications for the regional middle or high school, Chatham Elementary School or Harwich Elementary School. 

According to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, in FY15, 14,847 full-time students participated in the program. Through the program, sending districts pay the student's tuition to the receiving district. In FY15 there were 185 receiving districts and 303 sending districts across the Commonwealth with a total tuition of $88,941,607. To learn more about how tuition is calculated, visit the state's school choice website here. School districts have the option of not accepting students through a school choice program or only accepting students for certain grades. Most Cape schools accept school choice applications.

Learn more about the Monomoy Regional School District here.


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