In-District Campus Transfers
Students living in the Royse City School District must attend the campus zone where the student resides. Royse City ISD does not offer open enrollment between campuses.
Royse City ISD accepts Out-of-District tuition students on a limited basis. Tuition transfer students are accepted based on the following criteria:
- Existing class sizes
- Discipline records
- Attendance records
- Additional requirements as determined by the district
- Tuition rate is $2300 per school year.
- Tuition is paid as one time fee prior to the first day of school, or may be paid in two installments.
- Tuition must be paid before the first instructional day of each semester.
- Royse City ISD does not offer a payment plan or grace period.
- Payments made through the Easy Pay link on district website with debit/credit card or sent to the administration office by due date.
For more information or to return completed transfer documents, contact:
Royse City ISD
810 Old Greenville Rd.
Royse City, TX 75189
Main: 972.636.2413 Ext .1242
Frequently Asked Questions
Out-of-District Student Transfers
Will I get to choose which campus my student attends?
No. Transfer students will be assigned by the district based on availability of space and staff in grades K-6. Students in grades 7-8 will attend RC Middle School and students in grades 9-12 will attend RC High School.
If I own property within the district but do not reside in the district, do I have to pay tuition?
Yes. All transfer students are required to pay tuition in accordance with the approved board revision. Remember this is an Out-of-District transfer. If you become a resident within the district your student will no longer be considered Out-of-District , but will instead be considered a resident.
What criteria will be used to determine acceptance of a transfer student?
These will be determined when the transfer agreement is completed, but will include
- Previous discipline records
- Attendance records
- Additional requirements as determined by the district.
Can the transfer of a student be revoked?
Yes, at any time the district feels that there is a good “cause”, such as the student becomes a discipline issue, or attendance issue. Please review the Transfer Agreement for specific information.
I have a 2nd grader, what happens if all the 2nd grade classes are full at every elementary campus?
The transfer would be declined because the district would not have the space or staff to accommodate the transfers.
This is not intended to answer all questions that may arise. As new questions are brought to our attention, we will update the FAQ portion of this process on the district web site, rcisd.org
Thank you for your patience during this policy change.
Associate Superintendent for Human Resources and Academics