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Hello,

I wanted to my options into getting into "better" schools while living outside the boundaries (proximity) of a given school.  I live in California and unfortunately, we don't like in the better area of our city and hence, don't have access to the "better" schools.  

Thanks for your opinion.
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Most school districts permit transfers for GOOD reasons. But each school district has different procedures. Contact your local school board. Many school districts now have charter schools. Their admission requirements vary. Contact your local charter school. A year in a charter school might make a public transfer easier.
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