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School Boundaries: Final maps of new
Fayette County school boundaries released


 

Click for larger view (Map from FCPS)

Elementary school attendance boundaires; click for larger view (From FCPS)


 

The Fayette County Board of Education has released final maps of the new school attendance zones. The board redrew school boundaries in anticipation of the construction of a new high school and two new elementary schools in Lexington. In August 2016, the district will open one elementary east of I-75 off Polo Club Boulevard and another one off Georgetown Road. In August 2017, a sixth high school will open on Winchester Road.
 

The work of drawing new boundaries began in spring 2014 with the committee of parents, teachers, Fayette County Public Schools administrators, two school board members, a district Equity Council representative, a city planning official, a home builder and other community stakeholders. The final versions were approved by the board June 3.
 

The new elementary school boundaries will be implemented when the two elementary schools open in the fall of 2016. The new high school boundaries will take effect when the new high school opens in 2017.
 

Middle school attendance boundaires; click for larger view (From FCPS)

Middle school attendance boundaires; click for larger view (From FCPS)


 

High school attendance boundaires; click for larger view (From FCPS)

High school attendance boundaires; click for larger view (From FCPS)


 

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