Interdistrict Permits

Please first read the the ESUSD Guidelines and Checkoff List below before proceeding to the online application link. This will provide you with important eligibility requirements, step by step details and will answer most questions you may have about the process.
Interdistrict Permit Application Process Guidelines and Checkoff List
2021-2022 Interdistrict Permit Application
Specialized Programs
El Segundo Unified School District is one of the first districts in the South Bay to offer Project Lead The Way in K-12th grades and also continues to offer enrichment such as music, art and the Gifted and Talented Education programs.
El Segundo Middle School is one of three (3) middle schools in Los Angeles County and the only one in the South Bay to offer the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme.
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Middle Years Programme (MYP) - International Baccalaureate®
El Segundo High School offers Project Lead The Way - Learning Pathways
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PLTW (Project Lead the Way) / Overview 
Currently Scheduled Prospective School Tours, Orientation & Informational Meetings - Sign ups may be required
Center Street & Richmond Street Elementary - TBD
El Segundo Middle School - TBD
El Segundo High School Information Session (Prospective Families/Students) - February 16, 2021 - 6 p.m.
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Returning Permit Students for 2021-2022
If your child is already attending an ESUSD school and continues to meet eligibility criteria while on permit, there are no requirements to reapply to your home district for release with the following exceptions -- if your student is moving from 8th to 9th grade AND your home school district is Lawndale, Lennox or Hawthorne, you will need to apply for a permit release from the Centinela Valley Union High School District. Current ESMS students in good standing will receive a letter of acceptance in late February or early March to include with the permit release application.