School of Choice

Frankenmuth School District’s Limited School of Choice OPEN for the 2023-2024 school year until June 7, 2023 at 4:00PM.

Please note that late applications or incomplete applications will not be considered.

School of Choice Protocol

Please review the following details regarding Limited School of Choice in the Frankenmuth School District.

The Frankenmuth School District (FSD), in accordance with Senate Bill 851 of the 1995-96 School Aid Act, has by resolution decided to opt-in to the Schools of Choice Program under Section 105 and Section 105c of the State Aid Act.

Enrollment Dates

May 10, 2023 – Application period beings

June 7, 2023 – Application period ends at 4:00PM

June 15, 2023 – Families will be notified, via email, at 4:00PM (no early notifications)

Enrollment openings

FSD will accept the designated number of students in the following grades:

Kindergarten – Minimum of 1 student

Grade One – Minimum of 1 student

Grade Two – Minimum of 1 student

Grade Three – Minimum of 1 student

Grade Six – Minimum of 1 student

Grade Nine – Minimum of 1 student

Please note, these are the only grade that Frankenmuth School District is accepting applications for at this time.

How do I enroll my child?

To apply for School of Choice, during the open application time, you may request an application form by emailing at the Frankenmuth School District Administrative Office. You will need to complete an application for each child you are enrolling. A signed statement from prior schools verifying no suspensions or expulsions must accompany each application. All enrollment information must be complete in order to be considered for School of Choice. Any misrepresentation or false statements made on the application can subject the student to immediate removal from the Frankenmuth School District.

Are siblings guaranteed enrollment in future years?

Provided vacancies are available, preference will be given to siblings of a currently enrolled student attending FSD under Schools of Choice.

Can my non-resident child be refused enrollment in the Frankenmuth School District?

FSD will refuse enrollment to any non-resident student in any of these circumstances:

  1. Students who have been expelled at any time during their K-11 career.
  2. Students who have been suspended during the last two academic years.
  3. Students who have been convicted of a felony.
How is selection determined?

A random selection system is required if interest exceeds the available positions. In the event the number of eligible applicants does not exceed available positions, all students must be accepted.

Will FSD provide transportation?

The Frankenmuth School District will not provide transportation to non-resident pupils. Parents/guardians are responsible for transportation.

Where do I mail or deliver my child’s application? 

Superintendent Grant Hegenauer
Frankenmuth School District
525 E Genesee
Frankenmuth  MI  48734
(989) 652-9958

​​​​​​​Or email the application to: (a verification of receipt email will be sent back to you)

Non-Discriminatory Clause

Nonresident applicants cannot be accepted or denied enrollment based on the following:  Intellectual, academic, artistic or other ability, mental or physical disability, age**, race, religion, color, national origin, sex, height, weight, marital status, athletic ability, or in violation of any state or federal law prohibiting discrimination.

** Note:  If FSD determines that the class applied for is inappropriate for the age of the student, the district may refuse to enroll that student.

98c Learning Loss Plan

Frankenmuth School District 98c Learning Loss Funds have and will be used for and will continue to ensure intervention implementation for our most vulnerable populations by:

The hiring of an FHS Assistant Principal to directly work w/ targeted at-risk students displaying behavioral and academic needs. The FHS Assistant Principal utilizes activities designed to assess, track, and improve the well-being of pupils (behaviorally and academically struggling) in order to supplement educational processes, as well as engage in meaningful consultation and assistance to parents and families of students who the pandemic has directly impacted.

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