2018-2019 Application InformationThank you for your interest in John Muir Magnet School. The application period has closed.
Parents may apply for entry into John Muir Magnet School at grades K-8. Students are admitted on a space available basis, and a lottery is held if more students apply than can be accommodated.
All applications are kept until fall in case there are unexpected openings over the summer. John Muir Magnet School will not maintain a waiting list beyond fall of the current year. Families who are not selected must reapply each year. Families who are accepted must complete our online registration process in August.
- Siblings of currently enrolled students (priority by date of family enrollment)
- All other applicants are selected by lottery based on grade level openings
- All children from a family will be enrolled whenever possible
- Open Enrollment applicants may request John Muir Magnet School and will be placed based on available space. Local residents take priority when space is limited during the first year a student is on open enrollment.
Please complete both the Verification of Residency and Home Language Survey forms and submit with the Application for Enrollment.
Verification of residency is required when enrolling a child in the Ashland School District for the first time, and again in grades 6, and 9, when making the transition to Ashland Middle School, Ashland High School, or when making a zone transfer within the district. Verification of residency is also required when you change addresses within Ashland. Further, administration may require verification of residency at any time. Families must notify the school of any changes in studentís addresses within one week of the change.
Ashland School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, disability, marital status, sex sexual orientation or age in providing education or access to benefits of education services, activities and programs in accordance with Title VI, Title VII, Title IX and other civil rights or discrimination issues; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; and the Americans with Disabilities Act.