Schools with enrollment caps
are schools that are experiencing both excessive crowding and high residential growth in their attendance area.
These schools are so crowded that every available space at the school is serving a student, and there is no room for any additional students. The Board of Education reviews school utilization annually and sets enrollment caps at schools that have the most crowding.
A total enrollment cap number is set for each grade at the school with an enrollment cap. Once a school reaches this total enrollment number, any new families who move into the base attendance area may be assigned to an overflow school. The enrollment process will still take place at your base school, and it is possible seats are available at certain grade levels.
Transportation will be provided to and from the overflow school.
Students assigned to an overflow school are also placed on a numbered wait list and could be called back to their base school if a seat becomes available.