Steps to Apply for Transfer:
- Parent/Guardian accesses the transfer application from the Office of School Choice at: www.hisdchoice.com
- You will be required to upload the following documents onto your online application:
- Previous year’s FINAL report card
- Most recent report card
- Most recent STAAR test scores
- Attendance report if not included in the most recent report card.
- All transfer applications will be processed, and qualified candidates will be entered into the district lottery. Candidates may submit applications to more than one transfer program at the same time; however, make sure to rank your choices accordingly. RANKING MATTERS.
- The HISD Office of School Choice will notify candidates with the results from the lottery. Candidates may also monitor their applications via the hisdchoice.com website.
- For any other questions regarding transfers, please contact Mr. Corona: firstname.lastname@example.org
Heights High School transfer Requirements:
Magnet School of Technology: Our Magnet program has a district set minimum Matrix score of 80. The Matrix score is comprised of the previous year’s, final, *core averages combined with standardized test scores for that same year.
Career & Technical Education Endorsements (CTE): For our CTE programs, we look at your overall report card. This includes your grades (80 core average), attendance, and conduct grades. We will also look at your standardized test scores to make sure standards for the previous year were met.
International Baccalaureate Program (IB): This is our most rigorous program, and for that reason, we require a minimum core average of 90% to apply.
We understand that we set high requirements for our students; however, we do that with our student’s success & best interest in mind. Attending a school on a transfer means that your seat in the school depends on your success in the program. We want to set up all our student candidates for success, so that the end result can be a plethora of IB Diplomas and Industry Certifications.
*Core classes = science, math, reading/language arts, and social studies