Boundary Change Information
This webpage provides information to help you understand the changes that are coming to many of LAUSD's schools as a result of LAUSD's New Construction Program, as well as other attendance 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 Current School Year and click on your school's name.
If your school is not on this 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.
The New School Construction Program is a systematic approach to relieve overcrowding and address facilities' needs through the construction of new classroom seats and the replacement or expansion of athletic and play space at school sites.
The primary goal of the program is to provide LAUSD students with the opportunity to attend a school in their neighborhood that operates on a traditional two-semester calendar.
To achieve this goal, the following additional objectives were established:
- Fulfill District obligations resulting from the Williams case settlement by ending use of the Concept 6 calendar
- Eliminate involuntary busing and multi-track calendars
- Implement Full-Day Kindergarten throughout the District
- Build new schools where the overcrowding need is greatest
- Integrate small schools or small learning communities into the development, design and delivery of new secondary schools
Additional Boundary Change Information
LAUSD is using a variety of project strategies to deliver new classrooms while meeting these five goals, including constructing new schools, placing modular units, re-opening closed schools, and expanding existing schools.
The addition of hundreds of new schools and thousands of new classroom seats makes it necessary to adjust many schools' attendance boundaries. These adjustments will ensure that overcrowded schools get the relief they need, and that the District
moves closer to its goal of eliminating the need for students to be bused involuntarily.