Master Planning and Demographics
The Master Planning and Demographics Unit supports the Los Angeles Unified School District's mission to educate students through its dedication to the research and analysis utilized in the long-range planning for the optimal utilization of existing schools and determining the need for new school facilities.
Regarding Boundary Changes
To find out what will be happening at your school in the current school year (begins July 1 of every calendar year and ends June 30 of the following year), go to the alphabetical Boundary Change List for the current school year and click on your school's name. If your school is not on the list, it means its boundary is not being changed. Your school may be affected by other kinds of changes, however. To find out, contact your local school, your LAUSD Educational Service Center or call School Management Services at 213-241-8044.
For more information about boundary changes, go to the Boundary Change Information page.
To find out if your school will be affected by boundary changes in the current school year, click here.
Resident School Identification Website Support
Master Planning and Demographics provides support to individuals experiencing difficulty identifying their resident schools or who are experiencing difficulty locating addresses using the Resident School Identification website. For more information, please visit the Resident School Identification Website Support page.
MPD Document Repository
Master Planning and Demographics keeps it's documents in a folder based repository at the following location. Within this repository you will find a most or all of the documents linked from the MPD Unit's website, including boundary change documents and documents such as analysis that our unit performs for the Los Angeles Unifed School District (LAUSD). To find out why enrollment is declining while Los Angeles continues to grow, read our latest analysis, "Why is the Los Angeles Unified School District's Enrollment Declining -- When the Los Angeles Area is Growing?".
Go to the MPD Document Repository