NPS Schools of Choice Information
Interested in Attending NPS, But Don't Live in the District?
Students apply for Schools of Choice under one of the following programs:
Newaygo County Choice Application or the Section 105C Application.
Choose one (A, B, or C) of the scenarios below. Follow the instructions for that scenario.
Newaygo County Choice Applications - due June 1, 2019
Section 105C Applications - due August 31, 2019
A. My resident (home) district is not Newaygo. I am a resident of a Newaygo County School district (Big Jackson, Fremont, Grant, Hesperia, White Cloud) and I DO NOT currently attend NPS.
1. Read all details in the Schools of Choice Information brochure.
2. Download and print application here Schools of Choice Application 2019-2020
3. Fill it out entire form and check "Newaygo County Choice Application" box at top.
4. Return the form to the Superintendent's office where the student currently resides (home district).
B. My resident (home) district is not Newaygo. I am a resident of a district not in Newaygo County (for example, Morley Stanwood, Tri-County) and I DO NOT currently attend NPS.
1. Download and print application here Schools of Choice Application 2019-2020
2. Fill out the entire form and check "Section 105C Application" box at the top.
3. Return the application to the Newaygo Public Schools Superintendent's Office.
C. My resident (home) district is not Newaygo. I live in another district, currently attend NPS and already have a Schools of Choice application on file.
1. Students who already are in NPS under Schools of Choice or Section 105C and have an application on file do not need to reapply.
Please note: A student currently attending NPS that may have moved out of the district area during the current school year and have become a non-resident of NPS will need to apply for the Schools of Choice program for the 2019-2020 school year. Please follow the guidelines above for the process depending on what your current resident (home) school district is.
Students in the Newaygo County Choice Program are not guaranteed acceptance at their choice school, even if the resident district releases him or her.
- A school district may refuse to enroll an applicant who has been suspended within the preceding two years or who has ever been expelled.