FBOC wrote:you also get the benefit of being able to transfer without moving at private school.
SK80 wrote:Source of the post And guess which school was involved in a key lawsuit that eventually led to CIF changes? Yes, Mater Dei." ~ Eric Sondheimer
by cruiser » Thu Jan 11, 2018 2:24 pm
Hmm, it is interesting that Bosco wasn't named in the article also, but Bosco is in LA county,
Sondheimer is a LA county guy through and through, rumors have it that he does not care
MDDad wrote:For at least the umpteenth time, this is absolutely untrue. Please read sections 207 and 208 of the CIF-SS Blue Book before repeating fallacies like this.
When a family transfers into a private school, they must make a bona fide change of residence out of the attendance area of the public school in which they live and into the attendance area of another public school. If they don't do that, the athlete must sit out the first 30 days of his sport's season.
FBOC wrote:Another advantage example Kid in Compton wants to transfer to MD he could move to the apt next door and avoid sitting 5 games...
MDDad wrote:Source of the post it's clear you didn't read either my post or the Blue Book sections I cited
Daforno wrote:Does the hatred for MD go so deep that the "reporter" doesn't have the least bit of curiosity as to how BOSCO went from a basic doormat in the Trinity league ( 3rd place at best ) to killing everyone?
Bosco's success can be traced to the simultaneous decline in LB Polys performance. They raided the Long Beach area and anywhere else they could to get talent!
The "reporter" is just lacking curiosity OR worse yet knows the truth and refuses to report it, I fear it is the latter!!!
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