Sibling and Legacy Information
Students entering high school in Fall, 2017 and in Fall, 2018 who have a concurrent legacy sibling may attend that school and remain there until graduation. The intent of this recommendation is to help families at one address avoid the enrollment of siblings in multiple comprehensive high schools. The chart below illustrates how this recommendation plays out over several years. This recommendation includes language that the 2018-2019 school year would be the last year that the district will provide transportation for those students attending a high school under this sibling provision.
Reviewed information points from this recommendation and diagram:
- Students who qualify for this transition recommendation will receive a letter from the Beaverton School District. Included in this mailing will be a second form to complete, sign and return to the school where your child currently attends by Friday, January 6, 2017. - Please note the deadline has been extended.
This recommendation is only available to siblings of students attending comprehensive high schools.
Students entering the 9th or 10th grade in September, 2017 can access this sibling/legacy transition option if they have a sibling in the 11th or 12th grade legacy to a school. Students entering the 9th grade in September, 2018 can also access this option if they have a 12th grade sibling legacy to a school. In both cases, an older sibling must be enrolled in the school at the same time. All younger siblings would be required to transition to their new boundary school.
Students who legacy in under this sibling rule have the option of staying at the school through graduation.
District transportation is not available for sibling/legacy students starting in the 2019-2020 school year