Eligibility for Registration
ELIGIBILITY FOR REGISTRATION
Public schools are required to provide a free education to all persons over age 5 and under age 20
who are domiciled in the district. Domiciled means that the student is living with a parent or
guardian whose permanent home is located within the boundaries of the district.

• A home is permanent when the person intends to return to it when absent and has no present
plan to move from it, even though he/she has existence of homes or residences elsewhere.
• Residency requires bodily presence as an occupant in a given district.

If, at any time, you or your child changes domicile or residence, you must report this information
immediately to the school building secretary.

It is the policy of the Board that should the district discover that a child is not a legal resident of
the district and is illegally attending the Princeton Public Schools, the district will assess the
parents the full cost of the tuition for such attendance. Any additional costs for special education
services will be added to the regular education costs.

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I affirm that I have read the information above, and understand it.
I affirm that my child(ren) and I are legal residents of and are domiciled in the Princeton Public School District or the Cranbury School District (grades 9-12 only)
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