School is dismissed Wednesday, November 25 through Friday, November 27. Elementary schools will be on early-out schedule Tuesday, November 24. We wish all our students, parents, employees, and community members a Happy Thanksgiving. You can view other upcoming events on the District Calendar.
Granite School District provides school choice enrollment in all schools where space is available.
Open Enrollment is necessary for students to attend a school other than their home boundary school.
There are two open enrollment periods: Early Open Enrollment and Late Open Enrollment. The Early Open Enrollment period is the recommended time to enroll for the next school year. The Late Open Enrollment period is for the current year and may be applied for at any time. Early open enrollment period for the 2016/2017 school year begins on Tuesday, December 1, 2015 and ends on Friday, February 19, 2016. Open Enrollment Applications are available at all schools, and are processed in the order received.
Students residing within Granite School District boundaries are given priority. Enrollment depends on space available in the requested grade, class, or program. Open Enrollment requests do not require a release from the student’s home school or district.
A one-time, non-refundable $5.00 processing fee, payable to the requested school, may be charged at the time the application is submitted. This fee can be waived for qualified applicants.
If your student is accepted for Open Enrollment, annual reapplication is not required—as long as the student remains in the same school, and space is available. When a student transitions from elementary school to junior high, or from junior high to high school, there is no automatic feeder system for Open Enrollment; therefore, reapplication is necessary to attend a school outside of the student’s home boundary school. Parents are responsible for transportation when exercising school choice.
For more detailed information, view the full Open Enrollment guide.
"The thing always happens that you really believe in; and the belief in a thing makes it happen."
—Frank Loyd Wright