The December 1, 2021, State Board of Education Meeting will be held at the Legislative Office Building, 300 Capitol Avenue, Hartford, in Hearing Room 1E, beginning at 9:30 a.m.

Regional School Choice Office (RSCO)

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  • Application Assistance

    In addition to the Parent Information Center, the Regional School Choice Office (RSCO) partners with a number of community organizations to offer application assistance and general information about RSCO magnet schools and programming.

  • Apply to School Choice

    The Regional School Choice Office (RSCO) school choice application includes the Greater Hartford Region technical high schools, the Open Choice Program and interdistrict magnet schools. Parents and guardians with children who reside in Connecticut at the time of application are eligible to apply.

  • Apply to a School Choice Program

    The Connecticut State Department of Education’s (CSDE) commitment to public school choice is evident in the different types of public school choice programming available statewide.

  • Connecticut School Choice

    The Connecticut State Department of Education’s (CSDE) commitment to public school choice is evident in the five different types of public school choice programming available statewide.

  • Public School Choice In Connecticut 

    Information on the five different types of public school choices available statewide.

  • RSCO Transportation

    RSCO operates a regional transportation system that serves the Greater Hartford regional school choice programs which offers various options, including traditional school bus transport, vans, public bus passes, and parent stipends, where appropriate.

  • School and Program Information

    Regional School Choice Office (RSCO) guides contains information about schools and programs and how to apply.

  • School Choice Events

  • Welcome to RSCO

    Welcome to ChoiceEducation.org! The Regional School Choice Office (RSCO) was created in partnership with operator districts to manage the Open Choice and magnet school choice process in response to the Milo Sheff, et al. v. William O’Neill, et al case and the decision in 1997.