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How do I become a Husky?
Question 1: Are you part of our district of residence?
If you reside in our resident area please go to the Resident Application section below.
If you are wanting to attend Sutter Union High School on an inter district agreement (IDA), please go to the Inter District Application section below.
If you are unsure if you are part of our district of residence please refer to this website. Note: the website is 95% accurate. We may verify with your resident tax information.
Please register online at sutterhuskies.com or by clicking here.
Send your student’s current grades, transcript (needed if your student is already in high school), discipline record, attendance record and any IEP or 504 that your child may have.
We will need proof of residence for the house you live in. The documents that we are able to accept as proof of residency are limited; PGE bill, water bill, gas bill, mortgage bill, tax form, or lease agreement (must be from a company source). If you are unable to offer one of these, please call the Counseling and Career Center for more direction.
Once we receive everything the administration will review the application in its entirety. The Counseling and Career Center will call you regarding your application status and relay your next steps.
Please download the Sutter Union High School’s inter district form here or go to your district of residence and get their inter district form. Some districts will only accept their form so please be aware. Once a form is filled out by a guardian it needs to be signed by the district of residence for release from their schools; even if you have never attended school in your designated school district.
Along with the completed inter district form, we will need your student’s current grades, transcript (needed if your student is already in high school), discipline record, attendance record, and any IEP or 504 that your child may have.
Once we receive all of this information, the administration will review the application and determine the admission of your student. You will then either receive a letter in the mail for denial of admission or a call from the Counseling and Career Center for a determination of acceptance.