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The Secondary Enrollment Planning Committee proposed three unique approaches for public review in October. After reviewing the public comments, the committee recommended a tweaked version of Approach B to the Board of Education for approval in January 2012.  The new boundaries were approved by the Board of Education in February 2012 and will go into effect in the fall of 2013.

The approach converts Columbia Public Schools' secondary boundaries to six intermediate schools serving grades 6-8 and three high schools serving grades 9-12. You can view these maps below.

To see your school boundaries in 2013, you can search your street address on the maps below. Locate your home address by clicking on each map. You will then be redirected to a Google site containing a more detailed street map. Using standard Google tools you will be able to locate your home address in the new intermediate and high school attendance areas.

Enrollment and boundary planning update (video) 

Approach B


Definition:
Intermediate Feeder Schools


Define three contiguous high school attendance areas; then define two paired intermediate feeder school cohorts to each high school attendance area.
 
Click the below pictures to be taken to a more detailed map: (For instructions on using the maps, click here.)
Intermediate School Boundaries High School Boundaries
B - Intermediate School Boundaries B - High School Boundaries
Approach B - Intermediate School Boundary Street Description Approach B - High School Boundary Street Description

 

 



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