School Zones

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To provide parents and guardians with school options with increased opportunities to attend schools closer to their homes, allow diverse school enrollments, and to help the District manage transportation more effectively, the Student Enrollment Plan relies on sub-zones within each of the three choice zones for Middle and High School enrollments.  

  • Families living in sub-zone 1 will be able to rank schools physically located in sub-zone 1 and sub-zone 2 and zone magnet schools if any.
  • Families living within sub-zone 2 will be able to rank schools physically located within the full choice zone.
  • Families living in sub-zone 3 will be able to rank schools physically located in sub-zone 3 and sub-zone 2 and zone magnet schools if any.

The Student Enrollment Plan for 2023-24 for Elementary School enrollments is pending decision and implementation timeline for the Proximity Plan for Elementary Schools

Schools located on the barrier islands (e.g., Sanibel Island, Pine Island and Estero Island) are not considered part of any choice zone. Students residing in the attendance areas for these schools do not participate in the student enrollment process as long as they are at an appropriate grade level to attend those schools. However, students on the barrier islands may apply for zone and multi-zone magnet schools.