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Transfer and Tuition Window Opens March 1

T&T Opens March 1

Daviess County Public Schools transfer and tuition applications for the 2023-24 school year will  be accepted from March 1 to June 1. Applications will not be accepted prior to March 1.  

Completed applications must be submitted to the DCPS Central Office at 1622 Southeastern  Parkway between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., weekdays. 

Submitted applications must include the following documents (available at the school the student currently attends):

Copy of student’s most recent grade report

Attendance record

Discipline record

The following schools are closed to transfer and tuition requests for the 2023-24 school year:  Country Heights Elementary School, Tamarack Elementary School, College View Middle School and Daviess County High School 


Click HERE to download to the 2023-24 DCPS Transfer and Tuition Application. Applications will be reviewed by July 10. Letters will be mailed to all applicants at that time to let you know whether your application has been approved. 


Transfer” refers to a student who lives within the Daviess County Public Schools district but wishes to attend a DCPS school in another attendance zone. There is no cost to transfer to  another school but the family must provide transportation. 

Tuition” refers to a student who lives outside the Daviess County Public Schools district but wishes to attend a DCPS school. There is a tuition fee of $250 per semester and the family must provide transportation. Tuition payment is non-refundable. 

For more information or assistance, contact the DCPS Department of Student Services at 270- 852-7000.

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