I know you are confused. So am I! let's start at the beginning...We love our house. It was new when we bought it. It is spacious(for the bay area). It has a lovely view of the bay. What is does not have, is a good school. We knew this. We just wanted to own a house so badly. We thought "we will deal with that when it comes". Well, it came. fast. Time to register for Kindergarten. So I applied for multiple transfer requests. One was based on the fact that I work in a certain town with great schools. I applied. and waited and waited. I called every month or so. I spoke with superintendents. (most of them were very nice). I spoke with principals. I Had his speech therapist exit him out of speech (he was ready) early so that wouldn't be a road block. every day I was asked "Where is he going to kindergarten?" by someone. June came and went and I still called. They didn't know anything. I went to several school district offices, just to show my face and "check on my transfer". Two weeks ago, I started getting rejection letters. I also started having headaches. I had 6 migraines in two weeks and headaches in between. i was diagnosed with high blood pressure! I have always had very low blood pressure, I was shocked! as I started to hear more "no, I am sorry we don't have room in our school". I started t get more stressed out. Finally, after missing the first two days of school (which just about put me over the edge), I enrolled him at our local school. It is rated a 3 out of 10. I was worried for him. But I decided to embrace this school and it's new kindergarten teacher. I was going to join (the non-existent) PTA. Well, Friday, totally out of the blue, I got a call from the great school right down the street from my work, and they have room. I registered him right then. I just have to do what is the best for him. He is a little miffed to be leaving his school and "friends" of 3 whole days. But he will get over it. And hopefully, my blood pressure will return to normal!