Children arrive at Evergreen Mill Elementary School on Monday, Feb. 22, 2016, during the morning rush hour. (Douglas Graham/Loudoun Now)
Loudoun County, VA (Apr. 2, 2016) – 20,200 students. Two middle schools. Two high schools. And four different opening dates.
This could get complicated.
This week, Loudoun’s School Board began to redraw attendance boundaries for a huge swath of the county, setting into motion a process with a lot of moving parts.
The changes could impact students in as many as 31 schools, from as far north as Ashburn to as far south as Chantilly, as school system leaders work to relieve overcrowded schools and prepare for the opening of Brambleton Middle School in August 2017 and the yet-to-be-named high school (HS-11) on the same campus in August 2019.
Danielle Nadler / Loudoun Now