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Space for Students

We believe that, wherever students live, they deserve a great education, great teachers and high-quality places to learn. These days, we’re facing challenges with space. New areas need new schools, older schools are expensive to maintain and it’s getting harder to plan programming as the city continues to grow. We want to tackle this challenge with your help. What are your needs? How can we think differently about how we use space?

Learn more about what we're doing to create great learning spaces for our students and how to get involved.

THREE NEW SCHOOLS

On May 14, 2019, the Board of Trustees announced the names of three new schools scheduled to open fall 2021.

Learn about the remarkable new school namesakes who have made lasting impacts on our strong, diverse community. 

Dr. Anne Anderson School

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Learn more about the proposed attendance area for Dr. Anne Anderson School.

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Garth Worthington SChool

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Learn more about the proposed attendance area for Garth Worthington School.

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Dr. Lila Fahlman School

Dr. Lila Fahlman School
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Learn more about the lottery process at Dr. Lila Fahlman School.

More about the new process

Westlawn Area School Project


Learn more about Aleda Patterson School and Alex Janvier School in the Westlawn area. 

More About The Westlawn Area

Highlands School Project


If you missed the December 6 information meeting, you can view the final concept design for the Highlands School Project. 

More About Highlands School Project