Non-residents of the District may be admitted into the school or schools of the district upon the consent of the Superintendent or Designee. Annual tuition rates shall be determined by the Board of Education.
Non-resident students applying for admission shall pay in accordance with procedures developed by the Superintendent. Tuition charges, if any, will be in compliance with Section 3202 of the Education Law.
Non-resident children will be placed within the District's schools in keeping with these criteria:
• Children will be placed in the school closest their legal residence; and
• The receiving school must have a class size low enough to accommodate the additional student and program which meets the student's educational needs.
The Commissioner of Education has determined that it is permissible for a Board of Education to waive tuition for a non-resident student in his/her senior year of high school if said student has attended the high school previously as a District resident and attendance at the same high school is necessary in order to ensure the successful completion of required course work for graduation.
Therefore, the Board of Education of the Auburn Enlarged City School District shall waive the non-resident tuition fee to students in like circumstances.
Education Law Sections 2045 and 3202