• Overview
    In 2010, Governor Christie signed into law the School Choice Act, which permits public school students to attend public schools outside their resident district. Morris Hills Regional District was approved to accept students from out of district in 2011. 
    • Students who have attended their local public school for the entire prior academic year are eligible to apply for School Choice.
    • Parochial/private school students, home-schooled students, and students attending choice programs in other districts may be considered, depending upon space availability after eligible Tier 1 public school students have completed the application process.
    • Students who live within 20 miles of Morris Hills Regional can obtain either transportation or aid-in-lieu from their resident district.Decisions about transportation are made solely by the resident district.
    • Parents are responsible for transporting students who live over 20 miles from Morris Hills Regional.
    • There are no tuition costs associated with School Choice.
    General Information:   The application deadline for entry in Fall 2021 was December 3, 2020.  We are no longer accepting applications.  If you would like to be placed on a waitlist for late applicants, you can enter your information here.  Please note that all applicants who applied on time will be considered first. 
    Information Sessions for Students Entering in the 2021-2022 School Year:
    Due to existing restrictions regarding in-person gatherings, we will be unable to host in-person Information Sessions this year.  Instead, we will offer on-demand videos with information about our high school programming, the Magnet Program, and the IB Program.  
    Informational Videos (Please view these prior to attending a Webinar)
    For more information on the Out-of-District Choice Program, please contact:
    Dr. Nisha Zoeller - Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction