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2023-24 Intradistrict Transfer Requests:
2022-23 Intradistrict Transfer Requests:
Elementary and Secondary Intradistrict Transfer requests for the 2022-23 school year are closed. The 22-23 Venture and Del Amigo transfer request forms are open, and are located toward the bottom right corner of this page. If you have transfer questions, please contact Sandy Cattarusa at


Intradistrict Transfer Requests are applicable to students currently enrolled in a school in SRVUSD, requesting a transfer from one school to another within SRVUSD, requesting to attend a school other than the student's resident school site. If you have moved within the school district boundary and wish to have your student's enrollment move to your new resident school site, no intradistrict transfer is needed, please bring your new verification of residency to your current school office staff. 


Students must be enrolled in a San Ramon Valley School to request an Intradistrict Transfer.  If your student is NOT currently enrolled in SRVUSD, you must complete the enrollment process prior to your transfer being considered.
The following information is applicable to all students requesting an Intra District Transfer.  Please read carefully prior to submitting transfer request(s) for the appropriate grade level(s). Links to online intra district transfer request forms are posted at the bottom of this page.
Transfers are granted based on space availability in the school and/or program requested. Available space is determined considering both current and projected space needs. Once a transfer is approved, the student's enrollment moves to the requested school site and space is not held at the original school site.
Please click here to access intra district transfer priorities and practices. You will be required to acknowledge your understanding of these priorities and practices prior to submitting a transfer request. Transfer status will not be available prior to the official email decision notification.
Note: Beginning with Open Enrollment for the 22-23 school year, intradistrict transfers will be available for incoming Transitional Kindergarten (TK) students. 
Sandy Cattarusa
Sandy Cattarusa, Enrollment Coordinator
Helen Burrows 925-552-5052 Department Secretary


If you have moved within the SRVUSD boundary to a new school's attendance area, and wish to request a transfer for your student to remain at his/her 2022-23 school site for the 2023-24 school year, please submit your intra district transfer request during 2023-24 Open Enrollment. 
New dates for Open Enrollment Windows for the 2023-24 school year:
  • Secondary (current 5th - 11th grade): December 15, 2022 - February 15, 2023. 
    • For requests received by February 15, transfer notifications will be sent to parents via email by March 1 
  • Elementary (current and incoming Transitional Kindergarten - 4th grade): February 1 - March 6, 2023
    • For requests received by March 6, transfer notifications will be sent to parents via email by March 28


2022-23 Elementary and Secondary Intradistrict Transfers have now closed. For questions about intradistrict transfers, please contact Sandy Cattarusa at
Del Amigo High School is part of the SRVUSD alternative education options.  Del Amigo High is located on the Venture School campus. It is for students who are 16-18 years of age who are behind in credits, and at risk of not graduating from high school.  Students must attend school daily, five days a week, from 9:00 am. to 12:02 pm. Students graduate with a reduced credit requirement of 190 total credits. After a transfer request has been submitted, our school counselor, Alissa Kruse, will reach out for a meeting with parent and student to discuss enrollment with Del Amigo.
2022-23 Venture Intradistrict Transfer Requests
Venture Independent Study - 2022-2023 School Year:
Venture School is located at 10540 Albion Road in San Ramon and is SRVUSD’s Alternative Education School offering an Independent Study option for students in 1st - 12th grades. Independent Study will not be offered in TK or Kindergarten. Independent Study follows a Course Based Instructional Model where students are expected to maintain regular attendance and satisfactory progress in order to maintain participation in the program. The Independent Study Program includes Online and In-Person meetings with teachers. Grade-level specific information for the Independent Study Program is listed below.
Elementary School Grades 1-5:
Elementary students will meet online with their grade level teacher for 90 minutes daily for language arts, history, math and science instruction. Additional opportunities will be available for social-emotional learning, intervention, art and PE. Additional in-person meetings will be available to students based upon student need. Curriculum will be accessed through District adopted Learning Management Systems such as Seesaw (grades 1-2) and Schoology (grades 3-5).
Middle School Grades 6-8 and High School Grades 9-12:
Students in grades 6-8 will receive daily online instruction for a minimum of 40 minutes. Students in grades 9-12 will receive one to two 45 minute periods of online instruction per subject area, per week.  Students will have a different teacher for each subject area. Advisory and intervention time will be built into the weekly schedule for students and teachers to regularly connect. Additional in-person meetings will be available to students based upon student need. Students are expected to study 20-30 hours per week, averaging out to approximately 5 hours per core class per week. Curriculum will be accessed through District adopted Learning Management Systems such as Schoology.
Families may request to transfer from their home school to Independent Study by completing the form below.
Please reach out to Sandy Cattarusa at with any questions.