Denial of Admission
Denial of admission means the withholding of the privilege of enrolling in a school of the District.
The following shall be the grounds for denial of admission to school or diversion to an appropriate alternative program:
Graduation from the twelfth grade of any school or receipt of any document evidencing completion of the equivalent of a secondary curriculum;
- Failure to meet the requirements of age by a student who has reached the age of six years at a time after the beginning of the school year, as fixed by the School Committee as provided in Massachusetts General Laws;
- Having been expelled during the same school year from this District or any district in the Commonwealth;
- Not being a resident of the District and the District has opted not to participate in the School Choice Law;
- Failure to comply with the provisions of the Massachusetts School Entry Immunization Law.