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How many New Hanover County Schools students applied for ‘open choice’ high school?

Ken Little
StarNews

Q. Below are a series of reader questions pertaining to New Hanover Schools and “open choice.”

A. Here are the questions, with answers in parentheses, provided by New Hanover Schools spokeswoman Denise Angevine, enrollment specialist in the Student Support Services department of New Hanover County Schools:

1. How many students grades 9-12 applied by April 15, 2014 for “open choice” High School? (314)

2. How many students were granted “open choice transfer”? (250)

3. How many students denied “open choice” but appealed to New Hanover County School Board? (12)

4. How many of these appeals were reversed by the Board of Education? (4)

5. Of those approved straight out or via appeal, how many of these were student-athletes at a New Hanover County school in the 2013-14 term, but now at a new school for the 2014-2015 term?

“This information is not maintained in the open choice database,” Angevine said in an email response to the question.

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Q1. Below are a series of reader questions pertaining to New Hanover Schools and “open choice.”

A1.-5. Here are the questions, with answers in parentheses, provided by New Hanover Schools spokeswoman Denise Angevine, enrollment specialist in the Student Support Services department of New Hanover County Schools: 

1. How many students grades 9-12 applied by April 15, 2014 for “open choice” High School? (314)

2. How many students were granted “open choice transfer”? (250)

3. How many students denied “open choice” but appealed to New Hanover County School Board? (12)

4. How many of these appeals were reversed by the Board of Education? (4)

5. Of those approved straight out or via appeal, how many of these were student-athletes at a New Hanover County school in the 2013-14 term, but now at a new school for the 2014-2015 term?

  “This information is not maintained in the open choice database,” Angevine said in an email response to the question.

 

 

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