Lausd Assignment Area Map

  • Q: What's going to happen to my school in 2017-2018?

    A: Several different types of changes are being implemented for the 2017-2018 school year. Some changes are the result of new schools opening, other changes occurr to balance enrollment between existing schools. To see the schools whose boundaries are affected for the 2017-2018 school year, click on the Boundary Change List. If your neighborhood school is included on this list, it means that the attendance area for the school is changing. Click on your school's name to find out exactly what will be happening to your school's attendance boundary in 2017-2018. If your school is not on this list, it means that there's no plan to change its boundary at this time. Your school may be affected by other kinds of changes, however. To find out, contact your local school, your Local District Center or School Management Services at 213-241-8044.

  • Q: Do I live in an area affected by a boundary change?

    A: All schools whose boundaries will be affected in School Year 2017-2018 are listed on the main Boundary Change List. If your neighborhood school is included on this list, it means that the attendance area for the school is changing. Click on your school's name and you will be taken to a map and explanation of exactly what will be happening to your school's attendance boundaries in 2017-2018. To find out what schools your address is assigned to as of School Year 2017-2018, use LAUSD's Resident School Identifier.

  • Q: Why is my school's attendance boundary changing?

    A: Your school's boundary is changing to better balance enrollments among several neighboring schools.

  • Q: What will my school's new attendance boundary be?

    A: You can see what the impact to the boundary will be by finding your school's name on the Boundary Change List. Click on your school's name to find out exactly what will be happening to your school's attendance boundary in 2017-2018. If your school is not on this list, it means that there is no plan to change its boundary at this time.

  • Q: What if my school is not changing in 2017-2018? Will any changes occur in 2018-2019, or after that?

    A: Schools whose boundaries are not changing in 2017-2018 may change in the future as necessary in response to shifts and growth in student population, by opening of new schools and the reopening of closed schools, and as deemed necessary by LAUSD.

  • Q: I live in an area that's being re-assigned due to boundary changes. Does my child have a choice to remain at his/her current school?

    A: In most cases, your child will be re-assigned. However, some boundary changes involve re-assigning only specific grade levels or affect only newly enrolling students. If your child was attending his or her neighborhood school, you can find out what the conditions of the grade-level assignments related to the boundary changes will be by going to the Boundary Change List and clicking on your school's name. The specific conditions of your school's assignment changes will be explained there.

  • Q: What if only some of the grade levels in my school are being re-assigned in 2017-2018? What will happen after that?

    A: In some cases where changes to a school's attendance area are being phased in beyond School Year 2017-2018, details about those changes will be included in the information contained in the Boundary Change List. Click on your school's name and you will be taken to an explanation of what will be happening to your school, if anything, after School Year 2017-2018. For further information, contact your local school, your Local District Center, or call School Management Services at 213-241-8044.

  • Q: What do you mean when you say that an area is a school attendance "option area"?

    A: An "option area" is a school attendance area that gives parents a choice of schools in which to enroll their children. Usually, an "option area" allows a parent to choose between two schools. Once a parent decides which school to enroll their child in, then the child will be permanently assigned to that school. However, if the school of choice is filled to capacity, then the child will automatically be assigned to the other school in the "option area".

  • Q: When does the School Year begin and end?

    A: A School Year begins on July 1st of one year and ends on June 30th of the next year. For example, School Year 2017-2018 begins on July 1, 2017 and ends June 30, 2018.

  • Q: My child attends a Magnet school. Will a boundary change affect my child?

    A: If your child was attending a Magnet school, he or she will be able to continue to attend that school as long as the conditions for that assignment remain unchanged. For more information, contact LAUSD's magnet schools program at the Office of Student Integration Services at 877-462-4798.

  • Q: My child is being bused to a Capacity Adjustment Program (CAP) receiver school. Will she/he still go to the CAP school?

    A: In LAUSD's new construction program, relief from overcrowding includes the anticipation that children who have been displaced from their neighborhood schools through the Capacity Adjustment Program (CAP) will be able to return to them once overcrowding is relieved. If you prefer that your child continue to attend the CAP receiver school, however, your child will be able to continue there as long as the conditions for that assignment remain unchanged. To confirm whether space will be available for your child to return to your neighborhood school, contact the local school directly, or contact School Management Services at 213-241-8044 for more information about the CAP.

  • Q: My child is being bused to a school on a Permit With Transportation (PWT). Will she/he still go to the PWT school?

    A: In LAUSD's new construction program, relief of overcrowding includes the anticipation that children who have been displaced from their neighborhood schools on a Permit With Transportation (PWT) will be able to return to them once overcrowding is relieved. If you prefer that your child continue to attend the PWT school, your child will be able to continue there as long as the conditions for that assignment remain unchanged. To confirm whether space will be available for your child to return to your neighborhood school, contact the local school directly, or contact the Office of Student Integration Services at 877-462-4798 for more information on the PWT program.

  • Q: My child attends a school through Open Enrollment. Will she/he still go to that school?

    A: If your child is attending a school through an open enrollment transfer, he or she will be able to continue to attend that school as long as the conditions for that assignment remain unchanged. If you prefer that your child now attend your neighborhood school, contact the neighborhood local school directly or call School Management Services at 213-241-8044 to confirm whether space will be available for your child to return.

  • Q: What calendar will my school be operating on?

    A: If your school is affected by the opening of a new school, there may be changes to its multi-track or single-track calendar for 2017-2018. Your school's calendar may be affected by other kinds of changes, too. To find out, contact your local school, your Local District Center, or call School Management Services at 213-241-8044.

  • Q: What do you mean by school "capacity"?

    A: School capacity refers to the amount of space that a school has to accommodate students. The capacity is affected by multiple factors, including school calendar and full-day kindergarten. If you would like information about new school capacities, calendars, or student enrollments, contact your local school, your Local District Center, or call the Master Planning & Demographics Unit at 213-241-8044.

  • Q: What will my school's enrollment be after changes have taken place?

    A: If your school is affected by the opening of a new school, there may be changes to its enrollment. Your school's enrollment may be affected by other kinds of changes, too. To find out, contact your local school, your Local District Center, or call the Master Planning & Demographics Unit at 213-241-8044.

  • Q: Will I be able to print the maps and other information that is available for my school?

    A: Yes. To print maps and other documents on your printer, you will need to use Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here to download the FREEAdobe Acrobat Reader to your computer. Depending on the speed of your computer, images may take a few minutes to open and print.

  • Q: What is a Priority Application area?

    A: A Priority Application area is a designated boundary area with specific grade levels where a student resident to that area can choose to apply to a particular alternate school other than the local resident school. An application must be submitted to the school which is offering the alternative to the regular resident school. The alternative school will notify each student who applies as to whether they have been accepted to attend the alternate school.

  • Q: What is a phase-in boundary?

    A: A phase-in boundary is an attendance boundary which has been changed for a specific grade range (for example, K-5) but only a portion of those grade levels will change for the first year (for example, K only). In the following years the next higher grades (for example, K-1 only) will be included until all the grades that have been designated to change schools have been included at the school which will be receiving the students. A K-5 boundary change which would start the first year with only a K change would take six years to be complete; K the first year, K-1 the second year, K-2 the third year, K-3 the fourth year, K-4 the fifth year, and finally K-5 the sixth year.

  • Q: I still have general questions about LAUSD. Where can I get more information?

    A: More answers to Frequently Asked Questions can be found at LAUSD's main website. You can also contact your Local District Center, call School Management Services at 213-241-8044, or contact the LAUSD Office of Communications at 213-241-6766.

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