The Open-Zoned Schools
From WCS inFocus

From WCS inFocus

The Open-Zoned Schools online request system will open February 19 for parents to submit applications.

Parents must submit open-zoning requests via the online request system. No paper forms will be accepted. Once open, the online request system can be found on the School Zones page of the WCS website. Parents must choose one of three options after creating an account: Open-Zoned Schools; Grandfather Provision for rising 5th, 8th, 11th or 12th grade students; or Out of Zone – All Other Provisions.

Parents will receive a confirmation email when the request has been submitted, and they will receive an acceptance or denial email from the Planning and Zoning Department after the request is reviewed.

Below are the schools that are eligible for open-zoning:

Elementary

  • Bethesda Elementary: Up to 25 students from Thompson’s Station Elementary
  • Fairview Elementary: Up to 25 students from any WCS school
  • Grassland Elementary: Up to 25 students from any WCS school
  • Heritage Elementary: Up to 25 students from Longview Elementary
  • Hunters Bend Elementary: Up to 25 students from any WCS school
  • Jordan Elementary: Up to 25 students from any WCS school
  • Sunset Elementary: Up to 25 students from Mill Creek Elementary
  • Walnut Grove Elementary: Up to 25 students from any WCS school
  • Westwood Elementary: Up to 25 students from any WCS school

Middle

  • Fairview Middle: Up to 25 students from any WCS school
  • Grassland Middle: Up to 25 students from any WCS school
  • Sunset Middle: Up to 25 students from any WCS school

High

  • Centennial High: Up to 25 students from Independence High
  • Fairview High: Up to 25 students from any WCS school
  • Nolensville High: Up to 25 students from any WCS school
  • Summit High: Up to 25 students from Independence High

The open-zoned schools application window ends May 15.

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