The District’s new school boundaries for 2015

  • Elementary schools
  • Middle schools
  • High schools
  • 2015 boundaries

  • Area reassigned to one of its present options

  • Area reassigned to a different school

These maps show the District’s new school attendance boundaries, and where they differ from the current ones. The new boundaries take effect in the fall of 2015. However, the changes will be phased in, and next year, students can choose to keep their current school even if their neighborhood is reassigned. The changes were designed to adjust for overcrowded or underused schools, or to address travel and safety issues. Read the related article.

These maps show the District’s new school attendance boundaries, and where they differ from the current ones. The new boundaries take effect in the fall of 2015. However, the changes will be phased in, and next year, students can choose to keep their current school even if their neighborhood is reassigned. The changes were designed to adjust for overcrowded or underused schools, or to address travel and safety issues. Read the related article.

  • Elementary schools
  • Middle schools
  • High schools
  • 2015 boundaries

  • Changes

    • Area reassigned to one of its present options

    • Area reassigned to a different school

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To find your current boundaries, visit EBIS. For more information on school boundaries, visit Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education.

To find your current boundaries, visit EBIS. For more information on school boundaries, visit Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education.

SOURCE: Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education.