This form is only needed if a student is living with a relative, other than a parent or legal guardian, in the Glendale Unified School District.
Clark Magnet High School opened in September 1998 offering a blend of basic curriculum with an emphasis on physical science, mathematics, and advanced technology to approximately 550 ninth and tenth grade students. The school is now a four-year specialized high school with over 1,000 students. A fair and equitable lottery is conducted by the Glendale Unified School District to determine qualified applicants. Students must be enrolled or eligible for enrollment in a Glendale District school. Students attending a Glendale District school on an Inter-district permit are not eligible. Clark Magnet High School should not be considered a magnet school for highly gifted students nor is it affiliated with the LAUSD Highly Gifted Magnet Program.
IMPORTANT DEADLINES AND DATES
- Friday, March 14, 2014 - Parent/Student Commitment DeadlineTHE DEADLINE FOR PARTICIPATING IN THE RANDOM LOTTERY FOR CLARK MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL IS OVER.THE LOTTERY DRAWING WAS CONDUCTED ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AT THE GUSD ADMINISTRATION BUILDING.To check status of your application please go to http://gusdmagnetandflag.com
Parents must submit their acceptance on-line no later than March 14, 2014.
The Board of Education recognized that parents may request a permit to attend a school other than the assigned school of residence. Requests for permits may be made for enrollment in a specialized program or reasons based on the needs of the family or child. Permit types include Intra-District (GUSD resident students) and Inter-District (students outside the GUSD attendance boundaries). Reasons for each permit type include the following: Adjustment, Anticipated Move, District Employment, Prior Attendance, Privately Arranged Child Care, Remain at Capped Site, Sibling, and Special Curriculum, Romero-Act (Board Policies 5116.1, 5117, 5118: AR 5116.1& 5117. Permits (new and renewal) are granted based on space availability and meeting established criteria for each permit reason. Permit forms are available and processed at the District Office.
For the 2014-2015 school year, new/initial permits will be accepted for the following schools:
Elementary Schools: Cerritos, Dunsmore and Valley ViewMiddle Schools: Roosevelt and TollHigh Schools: Glendale and Hoover
Students must attend school in the district where their parent or legal guardian resides. The Board of Education recognizes the need, and provides for, inter-district transfers in special circumstances. The criteria for executing an inter-district permit will be the same for students entering or leaving the Glendale Unified School District. Acceptance of permit student is dependent upon availability of space.
The Board of Education recognizes that parents may wish to choose a school of attendance other than the assigned school of residence. The Board therefore believes that parental choice among District schools should be included as an integral feature of a well-rounded educational environment. Acceptance of permit student is dependent upon availability of space.
This form is only needed if parents and student are living with another family and do not have utility bills in their name.