Out-of-district Application - Sibling status - 2022/23

This form is for students who:

  • are residents of British Columbia whose parent(s)/guardian(s) maintain primary residence outside of the City of New Westminster’s boundaries
  • and who are applying to attend a public school in New Westminster,
  • and who are applying to a school that is currently deemed at capacity, but who have sibling status at the school.

Your child may be asked to reapply each year depending on availability of space, facilities and resources.

This application will be referred to a district placement committee in mid-June. If approved, parents will be notified and asked to complete the District Registration Form and provide required documentation. If not approved, parents will be notified by district staff.

Please fill out all of the below information if you would like to have your child considered for an out-of-district placement.

Please fill out all of the below information if you would like to have your child considered for a transfer (out-of-catchment placement). If the automated confirmation of your submission does not land in your inbox, please check your junk mail to confirm that your submission has been sent.

A separate form must be submitted for each child you would like to have considered. 

Please Note: Acceptance Out-of-District lasts until the student ages-out of the school of acceptance (Gr. 5 or Gr. 8) and does not guarantee acceptance to an Out-of-District middle or high school. 


Student Information

Out-of-District Application Information

*Please note that the schools listed above are deemed closed for out-of-district applications. Only those applying based on sibling status will be considered for out-of-district placement. Sibling status refers to students with a sibling who is both currently enrolled at the school, and will also still be attending the school for the 2022/23 school year.

Sibling Information

Last name, first name

Parent(s)/Guardian(s) Information

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