Planning on Transferring to USD 461? 
Here's what you need to know! 

  • Students transferring in to the USD 461 school district will be required to complete the same number of community service hours as their graduating class. For example, students that transfer during their senior year will be required to complete the same 40 hours of community service as other applicants. The current community service requirement for the Class of 2023 is 40 hours. 

  • Transfer students will be eligible for the following scholarship percentages based on the grade level they transfer pending they live in-district by their senior year: 

Attended K-12/6-12      100% Funded

Attended 7-12                95% Funded

Attended 8-12                85% Funded

Attended 9-12                75% Funded

Attended 10-12              65% Funded

Attended 11-12              55% Funded

Attended 12-12              45% Funded

Planning on Transferring Colleges? 
Here's what you need to know! 

  • If you qualified for the Promise Associates Degree Award, you will need to attend a community college/technical institution for one year prior to transferring to a four year institution. 

  • You'll need to send a copy of your official transcript to each institution that you have attended. This includes any concurrent/dual credit classes you took while in high school.

  • Add your new institution to your FAFSA. If you have forgotten your FAFSA information, please contact Rebekah Peitz to help you reset it. 

  • If you signed a housing contract, be aware of what the cancellation policies are prior to signing. If you are thinking about transferring, try to make a decision as early as possible to reduce any cancellation fees. 

  • Schedule a meeting with an academic advisor at the institution you are transferring to and ensure that classes you have previously taken will transfer.