5. Make an appeal
If you assess that your posted secondary school is unable to accommodate your child’s physical health or special learning needs, you may appeal for a transfer. Appeals can be filed at your posted secondary school on the next day after the posting results have been released.
Things to remember about appealing for a transfer:
- Appeals will only be considered for students with:
- Serious medical conditions, such as chronic heart conditions or kidney problems.
- Dyslexia or Autism Spectrum Disorder.
- Physical disabilities, such as those requiring the use of a wheelchair or crutches.
- If you intend to appeal for transfer, your child must still report to their posted school on reporting day.
- The staff at your child’s posted secondary school will help file your appeal.
- MOE will respond to all appeals by early January.
- Students seeking transfer should continue to attend their posted secondary school until their transfer is approved.
- Transfers are subject to vacancies at the requested transfer school.