New Jersey’s Interdistrict Public School Choice Program enables approved choice districts to enroll K-12th grade students who do not reside within their districts without cost to their parents. The program increases educational opportunities for students and their families by providing students with school options outside of their district of residence and giving parents the power to select a school program that best serves their child’s individual needs.
All New Jersey students are eligible to become choice students, regardless of where they live in the state. Students may attend a choice school in another district and county, however the school must be in an approved choice district. Ogdensburg Elementary School is an approved district.
Click on Find a Choice District to find the listing of choice districts, learn about each district’s programs, find out if there are openings and in what grade levels, and get their choice application. Choice applications must be submitted directly to the choice district.
To learn about how to apply, click on Student Application Process.
Choice students cannot be selected on the basis of academic aptitude, athletic ability, behavior record, English language proficiency, or any basis prohibited by law. A choice district that offers a special program with a particular focus may evaluate prospective students on their interest in the program and must use the same enrollment criteria used for the resident students.