The Hemet USD window for Intra- and Inter- District Transfer Requests is January 1-March 1.
We will do our best to process transfers received after March 1 as quickly as possible, however, many schools are full.
HUSD now offers Middle School Spanish!
Middle School Spanish is offered at Rancho Viejo Middle School. To participate, students may apply for an intra-district transfer to Rancho Viejo Middle School or take the class during the last period of the day. Transportation is the parent's responsibility.
The Centralized Student Services Center, located at 2085 West Acacia Avenue in Hemet, provides a centralized facility for families to enroll students in grades K-12 into Hemet Unified School District. Families living in the Cottonwood, Hamilton, or Idyllwild attendance areas may register at the center or their home school.
Last Registration packet accepted at 4:00p.m each day
All K-12 students, including transitional kindergarten, will enroll at the enrollment center.
An intra-district transfer provides permission for a student to attend a school outside his/her school of residency. Intra-district transfers are available only to students who reside in the Hemet Unified School District School boundaries. Requests for intra-district transfers should be returned the Centralized Student Services Center. Parents of new kindergarten students may file an intra-district transfer prior to registration of their student. Transfers are approved based on space availability at the requested school as well as student scholarship, behavior and attendance.
An inter-district attendance permits provides permission for a student to attend a school in a district other than the district of his/her residency. Interdistrict transfer permits need to be renewed each school year.
If you live within the Hemet Unified School District boundaries and would like to attend a school outside of our district, you will need to obtain the transfer request from our school district and once completed, return to our district. Transfer applications are available at the Centralized Student Services Center or can be accessed at the link below.
If you live outside the Hemet Unified School District and would like to attend a Hemet Unified school, you will need to obtain the transfer request forms from your residence school district.
If your residence address changes at any time, you must go to the Centralized Student Services Center to fill out a new emergency Card for each student in your household and provide proof of residency. Please bring one (1) of the following with you:
To register a student at HUSD, verification of immunizations must be provided. Health Services operates an immunization clinic every Monday - Wednesday - Friday from 8:00 - 11:00a.m. when school is in session at the CSSC. The clinic is staffed by credentialed school nurses who provide injections of immunizations required for school entry. Parents may elect to utilize the services of the clinic or to have their child immunized by a private health care provider. Preschool immunizations and optional recommended vaccines are not offered. Visit the Health Services Clinic page to find details regarding immunization schedules.
Students are identified, assessed, placed and redesignated according to state guidelines. Before a student enters any school in the Hemet Unified School district, the parent or guardian completes a Home Language Survey. If the parent/guardian indicates there is a language other than English on any of the first three questions of the Home Language Survey, the student is referred for language assessment. Staff at the Centralized Student Services Center will set an appointment for the students to be assessed for the state ELD test.
Children are eligible to receive special education and related services when they meet state and federal criteria established by law. There are 13 eligibility criteria for special education. Read more on the Special Education web page.
Most students are served in district programs, including Resource Specialist Programs, Special Day Classes and Speech. Some students, whose needs cannot be met in district programs, are served in either county or non-public school programs.
When you enroll your special needs student(s) at the Centralized Student Services Center, please bring the most current copy of your child's Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Special Education staff will review the IEP and contact you within 2 business days to arrange a school placement.
HUSD participates in the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program. Meals are served every school day.
Applications for free and reduced-price meals are processed by the Nutrition Services office located in the front of the CSSC building at 2075 West Acacia Avenue. Applications for free and reduced-price meals may be obtained at the CSSC, the Nutrition Services office, school offices or may be downloaded and printed from Nutrition Services web page. Beginning this school year, you can also apply for the lunch program online. Go to the Nutrition Services web page and you will find the link for the online application. Meal applications are mailed in the summer to every registered family in the school district. Meal prices and menus are also available on the Nutrition Services web page.