Enrollment growth and BEX IV levy-funded construction result in a need to adjust school attendance area boundaries.
In 2013, the Seattle School Board approved attendance area boundary changes (Growth Boundaries) for elementary and middle schools. The changes are to be implemented over time, with SPS updating the community and Board about each year's changes. The Future Map shows district-wide elementary and middle school boundaries as they are expected to be in 2020, after all changes are implemented.
Approved boundaries for the 2015-16 school year
The school boundary maps for 2015-16 (including those with changes being implemented), geozone maps and transportation area maps for 2015-16 are now posted on the
Maps page. You may also check your student's assignment for 2015-16 using the new Assignment Lookup Tool.
Based on input from the school staff and parents, Dearborn Park International will remain an attendance area school.
Students eligible for grandfathering
"Eligible for Grandfathering" maps show the number of current students (2014-15 school year) in each change area who will be eligible to grandfather at their current school in 2015-16. (These students may also choose to change to their new attendance area school.)
• Elementary students eligible for grandfathering
• Middle school students eligible for grandfathering
• High school students eligible for grandfathering
Maps for future years of implementation
New! Maps showing district-wide changes for each year of implementation can be found on the year-by-year maps page.
You can view future maps showing what the boundaries are expected to look like in by the 2020-21 school year, after all the changes are implemented.