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Georgia State Code
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Title 20, Chapter 2, Section 2066 (20-2-2066)

(a)(1) A charter school shall enroll any student who resides in the school district in which the charter school is located and who submits a timely application unless the number of applications exceeds the capacity of a program, class, grade level, or building. In such case, all such applicants shall have an equal chance of being admitted through a random selection process; provided, however, that a charter school shall give enrollment preference to such students who reside in the attendance zone in which the charter school is located and may give enrollment preference to a sibling of a resident student currently enrolled in the charter school.

(2) A student who resides outside the school district in which the charter school is located may not enroll in that school except pursuant to a contractual agreement between the local boards of the school system in which the student resides and the school system in which the charter school is located. Unless otherwise provided in such contractual agreement, a charter school may give enrollment preference to and enroll a sibling of a nonresident student currently enrolled in the charter school.

(b) A charter school shall not discriminate on any basis that would be illegal if used by a school system.

(c) A student may withdraw without penalty from a charter school at any time and enroll in another local school in the school district in which such student resides. A student who is suspended or expelled from a charter school as a result of a disciplinary action taken by a charter school shall be entitled to enroll in a local school within the local school system in which the student resides, if, under the disciplinary policy of the local school system, such student would not have been subject to suspension or expulsion for the conduct which gave rise to the suspension or expulsion. In such instances, the local board shall not be required to independently verify the nature or occurrence of the applicable conduct or any evidence relating thereto.

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