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Schools & School Boards – Magnet School – Nonresident Student – Real Property Owner – Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies (access required)

Storm M.H. v. Charleston County Board of Trustees Once a school board accepts a student into a magnet school, the board cannot assign the student to a different school based on the way she meets eligibility requirements. In this case, the Berkeley County-resident student met the eligibility requirement to attend a Charleston County magnet school by purchasing real property in Charleston County worth more than $300.

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