4. Every student, or the student’s parents if the student is not of full age, shall have the right to choose, every year, the school that best reflects their preferences from among the schools of the school board whose jurisdiction the student comes under that provide services to which the student is entitled.
The exercise of the right to choose a school is subordinate to the enrollment criteria established pursuant to section 239 where the number of applications for enrollment in a school exceeds the school’s capacity, and, in the case of a school with a special project or a school having a regional or provincial role, subordinate to the enrollment criteria established by the school board pursuant to section 240 or 468.
The exercise of the right does not entail the right to require transportation services where the transportation services required for the student concerned exceed the limits established by the school board.
1988, c. 84, s. 4; 1990, c. 8, s. 1; 1997, c. 96, s. 4.