Attendance Area Map
Middle School & High School Boundaries
Elementary School Boundaries
The map below serves as a general guide and shows the attendance areas for our nine elementary schools. To specifically identify the name and location of the school in your boundary area, please log into E-Link and use E-Link User Name: shorelinefamily and E-Link Password: password.
Resident Transfers (In-District)
Please be advised that resident transfers are only considered at the beginning of the school year when the final head count is recorded. If any of the schools are under 95% capacity resident transfers will be considered with siblings of current resident transfers having priority. Resident Transfer Request forms are to be submitted directly to the building you wish to attend. Families are encouraged to secure enrollment in their resident school.
Choice Transfer Request (Resident Release)
If your student currently resides in the Shoreline School District, but you would like to apply for entry into a different district, please complete the Choice Transfer Request Form (see above), and bring it to the district office. You may also email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org or FAX the form to 206.393.4219. The Shoreline School District will enter the information you provide online. Upon entry, the online information will automatically be sent via email to you and the other district. The request is not official until the other district formally accepts your student. At that time, it will be up to you to register your student at the out of district school.
Choice Transfer Request (Non-Resident)
The District is closed to new non-Shoreline resident applications for grades K-6, Headstart and Early Childhood Education. Additionally, Einstein and Kellogg Middle School are closed to new non-resident applications through the 2020-21 school year. Grades 9-12 remain open for consideration to new non-Shoreline residents. Please contact your home district for information and to initiate the request.
Due to continued increased enrollment, space constraints and anticipated future growth, Shoreline Public Schools will continue to be closed to new non-resident students in grades K-6, Headstart and Early Childhood Education.
Current students with non-resident boundary transfers who were enrolled prior to the 2015-16 school year will be allowed to continue to attend the Shoreline Public Schools unless admission is revoked for the reasons identified in the notice of acceptance.
Students who move out of the District during the school year will be allowed to complete the year unless admission is revoked for the reasons identified in the notice of acceptance.
The District will continue to honor all statutory and contractual obligations relating to non-resident boundary transfer applications for the children of District employees.