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District Permits

All Permit Applications are Available Online!


The Inter-District Permit Application for the 2023-2024 school year will be accepted starting February 6, 2023. Priority is not on a first come, first served basis. All permits are submitted to the Bellflower Unified School District (BUSD) Child Welfare and Attendance Office. We will begin accepting Intra-District Permits for the 2023-2024 school year on March 16, 2023.  


Permit Information

Additional Information: 

Obtaining a permit from the school district in which you reside does not mandate acceptance by the Bellflower Unified School District. Your student’s permit must be accepted and approved by BUSD for admittance. Permit approval, denial and revocation is based on space and availability, the student’s academic progress, attendance, and behavior. If a permit is accepted, students are expected to maintain satisfactory attendance, effort, academic achievement, and behavior.  Priority is given to students who reside in a school’s attendance area.  Students on approved Inter-District Permit are guaranteed space in the District.

Site administrators review all Inter-District and Intra-District permits periodically, but not less than, annually.

BUSD does not rescind existing transfer permits for pupils after June 30 following the completion of grade 10, or for pupils in grade 11 or 12 in the subsequent school year.

Parents/Guardians will be notified by the Child Welfare and Attendance office of the district’s decision to approve or deny permit acceptance. Within 30 calendar days of request for an Inter-District Permit, the Superintendent or designee shall notify the parents/guardians of a student who is denied Inter-District Permit attendance regarding the process for appeal to BUSD and the Los Angeles County Board of Education.

All information pertaining to the permit appeal process can be located at the Child Welfare and Attendance Office. The parent/guardian has 30 days from the signed permit to appeal a permit decision. During the appeal process, students who are currently enrolled may be provisionally admitted for a period not to exceed two school months while the appeal process is taking place.