Students prepare for life after Beverly Hills

02/8/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Out-of-district students who will no longer be allowed to attend California's Beverly Hills schools are considering their academic options for next year. They are also weighing adjustments to a new social setting and dealing with academic expectations that may not mirror the rigorous curriculum of their former schools. Many of the students have attended Beverly Hills schools for years on out-of-district permits; those will no longer be allowed under a new policy that bases school funding on property taxes rather than state aid that is tied to student attendance.

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