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 General Residency Information

If you are new to the Trussville area and are considering renting or purchasing a home so that your child(ren) will attend Trussville City Schools, please be sure to confirm that the address is within the Trussville City limits.  Many houses have mailing addresses that are Trussville, AL 35173 but are actually either in unincorporated Jefferson County or within the city limits of a different municipality, and thus not zoned for Trussville Schools.  Mailing addresses/Zip codes are not indicators that a specific address is within the city limits.  If you have a question, please call the District Residency Office at 205-228-3782 to confirm whether or not an address is zoned for Trussville City Schools.  (Just because students living at an address are currently TCS students, does not mean that new students at that address will be zoned for Trussville Schools.)

 

 

 

2014-2015 TCS District Residency Procedures

Homeowners (New and Returning Students)

All parents/guardians who are current homeowners in the Trussville City Schools attendance zone must upload documentation during online registration.

Required documents needed for registration:

·        Original warranty deed or current tax card

·        Current Alabama Power Bill (disconnect notice must be accompanied by proof of payment)

·        Additional current utility bill (no cell phone bills accepted) ex: cable, water, gas

·        Custody papers (if different than birth certificate)

Leases (New and Returning Students)

All parents/guardians with leases must make an appointment with the district residency office to complete registration. This appointment will be made through Infosnap using the appointment link on the submission confirmation page during online registration.

Required documents needed for appointment:

·        Original current lease (all pages necessary)

·        Current Alabama Power Bill (disconnect notice must be accompanied by proof of payment)

·        Additional current utility bill (no cell phone bills accepted) ex: cable, water, gas

·        Custody papers  (if different than birth certificate)

Second Party Residency (New and Returning Students)

What is Second Party Residency? Second Party Residency is defined as anyone who has moved into the Trussville City School district with a current homeowner.

All parents/guardians considered Second Party must make an appointment with the district residency office to complete registration. This appointment will be made through Infosnap using the appointment link on the submission confirmation page during online registration.

 Requirements for Second Party Residency appointments:

·        Homeowner MUST be present

·        Original current lease (all pages necessary)

·        Original warranty deed or current tax card

·        Current Alabama Power Bill (disconnect notice must be accompanied by proof of payment)

·        Additional current utility bill (no cell phone bills accepted) ex: cable, water, gas

·        Additional paperwork to be completed at the time of appointment

·        Custody papers  (if different than birth certificate)

Returning student WITH a change of address

All parents/guardians with a change of address must make an appointment with the district residency office to complete registration. This appointment will be made through Infosnap using the appointment link on the submission confirmation page during online registration.

Required documents needed for appointment:

·        Original current lease (all pages necessary), current tax card or warranty deed

·        Current Alabama Power Bill (disconnect notice must be accompanied by proof of payment)

·        Additional current utility bill (no cell phone bills accepted) ex: cable, water, gas

·        Custody papers  (if different than birth certificate)

*** ANYONE WHO DOES NOT HAVE INTERNET ACCESS CAN USE THE REGISTRATION KIOSK AT THE TRUSSVILLE CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION M-TH BEGINNING MAY 5th BETWEEN 9:00am-1:00pm***

District Residency Office 205-228-3782

113 N Chalkville Rd Trussville, AL 35173

 

 Transfer Information

The transfer policy of the Trussville City Board of Education meets state and federal law in accordance with the United States District Court.  All transfer applications must be submitted on the appropriate form, completed in full, and signed by the student who wishes to transfer and his or her parent/legal guardian.  To be considered, all applications with the accompanying release must be received on or before June 1 for the fall term of any particular school year. 

 

All approved transfers are good for one year and one year only. All transfers will be re-evaluated every year. Transportation is not provided for any transfer students. 

 

Click here for the 2014-2015 School Year Transfer Application.

 
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