Details of Procedure

Application for admission and enrolment by students in non-university teaching centres in the Comunitat Valenciana supported by public funds for the 2023-2024 academic year. (Early Childhood Education, Primary Education, Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO), and Baccalaureate in public schools and state subsidised private centres, in the areas of competence in the provinces of Alacant, Castelló and València).

Code SIA: : 210569
Code GVA: : 236
Department: Conselleria de Educación, Universidades y Empleo
Deadline for application: OPEN
(06-05-2024
05-09-2024)
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Basic information

What is it and what is it for?

1. Application process for admission by students to public schools and to the state subsidised courses in private educational centres in the Comunitat Valenciana that teach Early Childhood Education, Primary Education, Compulsory Secondary Education and Baccalaureate. 2. Provision of the documentation on the requirements and circumstances specified in the admission application process. 3. Registration process.

Observations

Observations

* PRIORITIES The preference for access to the centres will be made based on the following order of priority: 1. Students from the same school. 2. Students from affiliated centres. 3. Students who have to change their residence due to gender violence or terrorism. 4. Students who are in foster care or in foster care for adoption purposes. These students will be given preference to access, at the family's choice, to the centre where the children of foster families or other minors in their care are attending school, or in a centre located in the area of influence of their family or work domicile. 5. Students in residential care. 6. Students who have to change their residence due to family eviction. 7. Elite, high-level and high-performance sports students, as well as technical staff, coaches, referees and elite judges from the Comunitat Valenciana will have preference for access to the centre located in the area of influence of the place where they undertake their training. 8. The conselleria responsible for education may define the secondary education centres in which pupils who are simultaneously studying secondary education, regulated music and dance courses and elite, high-level and high-performance sportsmen and women will have priority in terms of admission. 9. The students of the centre will have preference in accessing the vacant places offered in their own centre when they have places in the first course of Baccalaureate in those modalities that the centre is authorised to teach, with the exception of the artistic modality. In the event that the number of students who choose to access the first course of Baccalaureate in these modalities exceeds the vacancies at the centre, a school place is guaranteed in another secondary school or centre in their locality, as close as possible to their centre of origin, taking into account the request for centres by students or their legal representatives in the admission process and respecting the order of ranking.

Requirements

Requirements

Age and academic requirements required by current regulations for the educational level and academic year to be accessed. https://www.educacionyfp.gob.es/en/contenidos/estudiantes/portada.html

Who can apply?

Who can apply?

The parents/legal guardians of minors who are going to attend Early Childhood Education, Primary Education, Compulsory Secondary Education or Baccalaureate. The same interested persons, if they are of legal age, when they wish to study Baccalaureate.

Doubts about telematic processing

Doubts about telematic processing

Doubts about the procedure

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Term

Term

SINGLE ADMISSION PROCESS FOR THE 2023-2024 ACADEMIC YEAR (DOGV No. 9552, dated 07/03/2023) a) ONLINE SUBMISSION OF ADMISSION APPLICATIONS - Early Childhood Education and Primary Education: from 09.00 a.m. on 20 April to 23:59 p.m. on 28 April. - Compulsory Secondary Education and Baccalaureate: from 09:00 a.m. on 4 May to 23:59 p.m. on 12 May. b) DEADLINE FOR FORMALISING ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE APPLIED FOR ADMISSION - Early Childhood Education and Primary Education: from 14 to 30 June. - Compulsory Secondary Education: from 19 to 24 July. - Baccalaureate: from 24 to 27 July. c) DEADLINE FOR FORMALISING IN-PERSON REGISTRATION (IF NOT PREVIOUSLY FORMALISED ONLINE) FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE APPLIED FOR ADMISSION - Early Childhood and Primary Education: from 22 June to 5 July. - Compulsory Secondary Education: from 20 to 25 July. - Baccalaureate: from 25 to 28 July. d) ONLY FOR STUDENTS WHO TRANSFER BETWEEN AFFILIATED CENTRES, who have not applied for a place in another centre in the admission process, registration will be formalised in person: - Early Childhood and Primary Education: from 6 to 11 July. - Compulsory Secondary Education: from 22 June to 5 July. e) DEADLINE FOR FORMALISATION OF IN-PERSON REGISTRATION TO FILL VACANCIES RESULTING FROM RESIGNATION, ABANDONMENT, LEAVE OR OTHER DULY JUSTIFIED CAUSES, OF THE STUDENTS FOLLOWING IN THE ORDER OF SCORING OF THE LIST OF ADMITTED STUDENTS IN OTHER CENTRES: - Early Childhood and Primary Education: from 6 to 11 July. - Compulsory Secondary Education: from 26th to 31st July. - Baccalaureate: 31 July and from 1 to 5 September.

Documentation and forms

WHEN APPLYING FOR ADMISSION: No documents must be submitted when applying for admission. A declaration of responsibility will be made regarding the requirements and circumstances that allow the application to be assessed. When you know the result of the admission, you will be required to provide documentation on the requirements and circumstances alleged to make the registration and correct schooling. THE APPLICATION FORM MUST BE PRESENTED AT THE TIME OF FORMALISING THE ENROLMENT: Documentation must be provided on the requirements and circumstances alleged to carry out the enrolment and correct schooling. These circumstances, according to chapter XI of Order 7/2016 of 19 April, of the Conselleria de Educación, Investigación, Cultura y Deporte (https://dogv.gva.es/datos/2016/04/21/pdf/2016_2652.pdf), are: - Address - Disability - Large Family - Single-parent family - Academic results (in the case of access to baccalaureate) - Accreditation of other situations such as (foster care or adoption; residential foster care; situation of victim of gender violence, terrorism or eviction; condition of elite athlete; condition of person receiving the Renta Valenciana de Inclusión (Valencian Inclusion Income).

Fee or payment

Fee or payment

There are no fees for registration in Early Childhood Education, Primary Education or Compulsory Secondary Education. Only Baccalaureate students must pay the fee for administrative services related to academic activity at non-university level.

Presentation

Presentation

Face-to-face

Applications for admission can only be submitted online. In order to guarantee assistance and access for all families, the Conselleria (Regional Ministry) for Education, Culture and Sport will set up user service points for those who do not have online access, for these service points anyone without online access should consult their first-choice educational centre.

Telematics

Processing process

Processing process

CALENDAR OF EARLY CHILDHOOD AND PRIMARY EDUCATION 2023-2024 - Initial publication of existing vacancies in schools for the student admission process, as well as the public information referred to in Article 29 of Order 7/2016: 19 April. -Online submission of admission applications: from 9:00 a.m. on 20 April until 11:59 p.m. on 28 April. -Publication of the provisional vacancies existing in the educational centres for the student admission process, as well as the public information referred to in Article 29 of Order 7/2016: 31 May. -Provisional results of the procedure and individualised consultation of the points obtained: 31 May. -Online submission of claims to the provisional result: from the publication of the provisional result until 23.59 h. on 2 June. -Publication of the definitive vacancies existing in the educational centres for the student admission process, as well as the public information referred to in Article 29 of Order 7/2016: 14 June. -Final result of the procedure and individualised consultation of the points obtained: 14 June. -Telematic submission of claims to the final result: from 14 to 16 June in public schools and until 14 July in subsidised schools. -Deadline to formalise online enrolment for students who have participated in the admission procedure, in accordance with the instructions received: from 14 to 30 June. -Deadline for students who have participated in the admission procedure to formalise their enrolment in person, in the event that they have not enrolled online: from 22 June to 5 July. -Students from affiliated centres who have not applied for a place in another centre in the admission process will formalise their enrolment in person: from 14 to 21 June. -Registration period to cover vacant places resulting from resignation, abandonment, cancellation or other duly justified reasons, for students who are next in the order of points on the list of those admitted to other centres: from 6 to 11 July. CALENDAR IN COMPULSORY SECONDARY EDUCATION 2023-2024 -Initial publication of existing vacancies in schools for the student admission process, as well as the public information referred to in Article 29 of Order 7/2016: 3 May. -Online submission of admission applications: from 9:00 a.m. on 4 May until 11:59 p.m. on 12 May. -Publication of the provisional vacancies existing in the educational centres for the student admission process, as well as the public information referred to in Article 29 of Order 7/2016: 10 July. -Provisional results of the procedure and individualised consultation of the points obtained: 10 July. -Online submission of claims to the provisional result: from the publication of the provisional result until 11.59 p.m. on 12 July. -Publication of definitive vacancies in schools for the student admission process, as well as the public information referred to in Article 29 of Order 7/2016: 19 July. -Final result of the procedure and individualised consultation of the points obtained: 19 July. -Online submission of claims to the final result: from 19 to 21 July in the case of public schools and until 19 August if the schools are subsidised. -Deadline to formalise online enrolment, for students who have participated in the admission procedure, in accordance with the instructions received: from 19 to 24 July. -Deadline for students who have participated in the admission procedure to formalise their enrolment in person, in the event that they have not enrolled online: from 20 to 25 July. -Students from affiliated centres who have not applied for a place in another centre in the admission process will formalise their enrolment in person: from 22 June to 5 July. -Period for formalising enrolment to cover vacant places resulting from resignation, abandonment, leave or other duly justified causes, for students who are next in the order of points on the list of those admitted to other centres: from 26th to 31st July. BACCALAUREATE CALENDAR 2023-2024 -Initial publication of existing vacancies in schools for the student admission process, as well as the public information referred to in Article 29 of Order 7/2016: 3 May. -Online submission of admission applications: from 9:00 a.m. on 4 May until 11:59 p.m. on 12 May. -Publication of the provisional vacancies existing in the educational centres for the student admission process, as well as the public information referred to in Article 29 of Order 7/2016: 13 July. -Provisional results of the procedure and individualised consultation of the points obtained: 13 July. -Online submission of claims to the provisional result: from the publication of the provisional result until 11.59 p.m. on 17 July. -Publication of the definitive vacancies existing in the educational centres for the student admission process, as well as the public information referred to in Article 29 of Order 7/2016: 24 July. -Final result of the procedure and individualised consultation of the points obtained: 24 July. -Online submission of claims to the final result: from 24 to 26 July in public schools and until 24 August in subsidised schools. -Deadline to formalise online enrolment for students who have participated in the admission procedure: from 24 to 27 July. -Deadline for students who have participated in the admission procedure to formalise their enrolment in person, in the case of students who have not enrolled online: from 25th to 28th July. -Deadline for formalising enrolment to cover vacant places resulting from resignation, abandonment, withdrawal or other duly justified reasons, for students who are next in the order of points on the list of those admitted to other centres: 31 July and from 1 to 5 September.

Assessment criteria

Assessment criteria

Criteria for the evaluation of applications for school places The admission of students to public and state subsidised private centres, when there are not enough places in them to meet all the applications for admission, will be governed by the following criteria: SCORES (Resolution dated 7 March 2023. APPENDIX V) 1. SIBLINGS For each sibling enrolled in the requested school, who will continue to attend during the same school year for which a place is requested: 15 points. 2. PARENTS OR GUARDIANS ACTIVELY WORKING IN THE CENTRE: 5 points 3. PROXIMITY OF THE HOME: Area of influence: 10 points. Boundary area: 5 points. 4. VALENCIAN INCLUSION INCOME (VII): 4 points. 5. FAMILY INCOME (WITHOUT BEING A BENEFICIARY OF VII) BASED ON THE IPREM INDICATOR, CORRESPONDING TO 14 PAYMENTS, IN RELATION TO THE PREVIOUS TAX YEAR IN THE 2 YEARS PRIOR TO THE CALENDAR YEAR IN WHICH THE APPLICATION FOR THE PLACE IS MADE (2021) Annual per capita income equal to or less than half of the IPREM indicator value: 3.5 points. Annual per capita income greater than half of the IPREM indicator value and less than or equal to the IPREM: 3 points. Annual per capita income above the IPREM and less than or equal to the result of multiplying the IPREM by 1.5: 2.5 points. Annual per capita income higher than the result of multiplying the IPREM by 1.5 and less than or equal to the result of multiplying the IPREM by 2: 2 points. 6. LARGE FAMILY Special: 5 points. General: 3 points. 7. DISABILITY Disability of the student: Equal to or greater than 65%: 7 points. Equal to or greater than 33% and less than or equal to 64%: 4 points. Disability of the parents, guardians or siblings of the student: Equal to or greater than 65%: 5 points. Equal to or greater than 33% and less than or equal to 64%: 3 points. 8. SINGLE-PARENT FAMILY: Special: 5 points. General: 3 points. 9. ACCESS TO BACCALAUREATE The average grade obtained in Compulsory Secondary Education or in a middle grade training cycle will be added. TIE SITUATIONS Paragraph 16 of the Resolution dated 7 March 2023: In accordance with the provisions of Article 38 of Decree 40/2016 and Article 43 bis of Order 7/2016, in situations of a tie that occur after applying the tie-breaking criteria, a public draw will be made in accordance with the following procedure: 2 letters will be chosen by which the first surname will be ordered; also, another 2 letters by which the second surname will be ordered, and which will be applied when students have the same first surname. If a student does not have a second surname, it will be considered that it begins with "AA". The two letters will determine, together, the starting point to alphabetise the surnames of the students. The result of the draw held before a notary on 1 March 2023 at the headquarters of the Conselleria for Education, Culture and Sport, which has also been published on the website of the Conselleria, and which must be taken into account for the 2023-2024 academic year, was as follows: Letters to order the first surname: SP (in this order) Letters to order the second surname, and that will be applied when students have the same first surname: PS (in this order) In accordance with Article 29 of Decree 40/2016: - Students born in a multiple birth will be considered as one application that will fill as many vacancies as there are multiple births, provided that the father, mother or legal guardian so requests. In the event that any of the members of a multiple birth meet the requirements for access to a place reserved for students with special educational needs, the education administration will adopt the necessary measures, for special reasons, so that admission is carried out jointly. - In cases of initial admission, where this is the first time a place is applied for in schools in the Comunitat Valenciana or for changes of school due to a change of place of residence, in the event that there are two or more applications for admission of siblings in the same publicly funded school, in the infant or primary stages, when one of them obtains a school place, 15 points will be awarded to the other applicant siblings. Students in foster care or in foster care for adoption purposes will also be considered a sibling. - It is a prerequisite that the sibling will continue to attend the same school in the school year for which a place is requested.

Processing bodies

Processing bodies

School of choice Municipal or District School Council Territorial Directorate of Education, Culture and Sport Directorate General for Educational Centres

Observations

Observations

Appeal for reconsideration, within the same processor

Resolution bodies

Resolution bodies

Territorial Directorate of Education, Culture and Sport Directorate General for Educational Centres

Exhausts administrative life

Exhausts administrative life

Yes

Sanctions

Sanctions

In relation to the applicants, any false or insufficiently accredited information will result in the cancellation of the application, and the student will be placed in one of the centres where there are vacant places, once the admission process has been completed. In relation to public schools, any infringement of the rules on the admission of pupils by public schools will give rise to the opening of the corresponding administrative proceedings, in order to determine the possible responsibilities that may have been involved. For state subsidised private schools, infringement of the rules on the admission of pupils by state subsidised schools will give rise to the sanctions provided for in Article 62 of Organic Law 8/1985, dated 3 July, regulating the right to education, in accordance with the wording relating to this issue in the first final provision, No. 10, of Organic Law 2/2006, dated 3 May, on Education.