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Students may request their community high school or one of the citywide high school programs. Students may also request a school outside their attendance area or zone, but will have a lesser priority than students living in the actual attendance area. In the event that your requested school or citywide program is over-requested, students will be placed via a lottery according to the placement priorities.
 

ZONE 1

  • Edison: Students living in Zone 1 and in Edison’s attendance area have first priority to attend Edison and second priority to attend Henry or North.
  • Henry: Students living in Zone 1 and in Henry’s attendance area have first priority to attend Henry and second priority to attend Edison or North.
  • North: Students living in Zone 1 and in North's attendance area have first priority to attend North and second priority to attend Edison or Henry.

Students who reside in attendance areas 1B, 1C and 1H will receive transportation to Southwest High School if the student qualifies for free or reduced lunch. Click here for more information on transportation. This option is available until the school request deadline, February 4, 2017.
 

Note: Students who reside in the Bryn Mawr and Harrison neighborhoods (elementary attendance area 1D) will be able to request high schools in either Zone 1 or Zone 3 with transportation.
 

ZONE 2

  • Roosevelt: Students who reside in Zone 2 and live in Roosevelt’s attendance area will have first priority to attend Roosevelt and second priority to attend South.
  • South: Students who reside in Zone 2 and live in South’s attendance area will have first priority to attend South and second priority to attend Roosevelt.

    Note: Residents of South’s attendance area do not have greater priority to attend South’s citywide programs, All Nations and Open.
     

ZONE 3

  • Southwest: Students who reside in Zone 3 and live in Southwest’s attendance area will have first priority to attend Southwest and second priority to attend Washburn.
  • Washburn: Students who reside in Zone 3 and live in Washburn’s attendance area will have first priority to attend Washburn and second priority to attend Southwest.

    Note: Students who reside in the Bryn Mawr and Harrison neighborhoods (elementary attendance area 1D) will be able to choose high schools in either Zone 1 or Zone 3 with transportation.
     

CITYWIDE PROGRAMS
All students living in Zone 1, 2, or 3 may apply to citywide programs; transportation is provided through Metro Transit Go-To Student Passes.

  • Edison: Personal Care and Therapeutic Services
  • North: Academy of Arts and Communications; Summatech
  • Roosevelt: International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate (IBCC) - Automotive and Construction; Health Career emphasis
  • South: All Nations; Open

    Note: If there are more requests than available seats at a particular high school or citywide high school program, requests will be granted based on a lottery system.

 

 

 

 

 


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