Transfers From Outside the District for Nonresident Students
- Under what circumstances may a non-resident student receive a transfer?
Children of full-time employees are eligible for an out-of-district-transfer. If a student earns senior status and becomes a non-resident of the district, the senior student can be considered for an out-of-district transfer if the student was continuously enrolled in the district for the previous school year.
- How do I initiate an out-of-district transfer for my child who has senior status?
Out-of-district transfers are initiated by completing the three-page online transfer application which can be found on the Humble ISD Student Transfer web page at www.humbleisd.net/studenttransfers. The application will not be processed if page 3 is not complete.
- I am a Humble ISD employee residing outside of the District boundaries. Do I have to apply for a transfer every year for my child?
Yes. Parents of students residing outside of Humble ISD must submit the General Transfer form each year. All three pages of the application must be completed and emailed to the Transfer Office.
NOTE: Only complete and legible applications will be processed.
- Can an out-of-district student transfer be revoked for non-attendance, poor grades, behavior problems, etc.?
Yes. Student transfers may be revoked it the student does not:
* Obey all school rules and regulations as listed in the Humble ISD Student Code of Conduct.
* Attend school regularly. Students must arrive on time and be picked up on time every day.
* Maintain acceptable academic performance with a grade of 70 or better.
- Is bus transportation provided?
No. All non-resident students who are allowed to enroll or who remain enrolled in the District are responsible for their own transportation to and from school.