Majority-to-Minority Information
Related Documents:
M2M Parent Assistance Instructions
Space Availability Table
M2M Application Process Presentation
Additional Pages:
Parent Assistance Instructions for Online Transfer Applications
Frequently Asked Questions
Space Availability Table


 M-to-M Transfers for the 2016-2017 School Year




*  Note: You will need your child's Student State ID (SSID) in order to apply.  Each child is assigned an SSID upon enrollment in school. This is NOT your child's social security number.  You may obtain your child's Student State ID at your child's school. Due to FERPA laws, the Student State ID may not be given over the telephone; it must be obtained in person with valid identification.


Parent Assistance Intructions

You may download the Parent Assistance Instructions from above or to access the Parent Assistance Questions page Click Here


Frequently Asked Questions

You may download the FAQ from the Related Documents above or to access the Frequently Asked Questions page Click Here.


Space Availability Table

You may download the Space Availability table from the Related Documents above or to access the Demographics and Space Availability Table page Click Here.



Rising kindergarten through 12th grade student sare eligible for a Majority-to-Minority transfer if:

  1. The student's race is in the majority at the student's zoned school, and a majority means that over 50% of the student at the school are the same race. 

  2. The student's race is not in the majority at his or her desired school, meaning that less than 50% of the students at the school are the same race as the student; and

  3. There is space available at the student's desired school, as defined by the Proposed Consent Order. 


The District has categorized all schools as high availablility, medium availability, low availability, or limited/no availability. 

High Availability Schools - School pojected to have 30 seats or more for transfers.

Medium Availability Schools - Schools projected to have between 15 and 29 seats for transfers.

Low Availability Schools - Schools projected to have fewer than 15 seats for transfers. 

Limited/No Availability Schools - These are schools projected to have no space available or very limited space available Selecting these schools will likely result in placement on the wait list, and there is only a small chance that these schools will accept transfers during the wait list period. 


Application Process




For additional help or assistance, contact:  Sheri Wilkinson, Student Assignment Coordinator

Phone: (256) 428-6892    Email: Sheri.Wilkinson@hsv-k12.org






In accordance with the requirements of title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ("ADA"), the Huntsville City Board of Education will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs, or activities. For more information contact: Shirley.Wellington@hsv-k12.org.