Monday, June 27, 2016 / by Michael Wilson
Loudoun County School boundary changes are something that Loudoun County residents are used to, even if they don't always like them! The fact is, Loudoun County has been growing rapidly and that rapid growth is likely to continue for many years to come. It is a popular place to live and Loudoun County Public Schools consistently get high ratings.
More People = More Schools = More Changes
Here's the latest Loudoun County School Boundary Changes Map:
It can be confusing, especially if you are new to the area or looking for a new home close to a specific school. We at Nova Real Estate Group are experts on the Loudoun County Public Schools system and we can help you find your best-fit home near any Loudoun County School ... even the ones that aren't built yet!
A new Brambleton middle school (Aug 2017) and a new Brambleton high school (Aug 2019) are sending a ripple effect to surrounding areas. These two school changes affect Brambleton neighborhoods south of Ryan Road that are currently attending Stone Hill MS and Rock Ridge HS, as well as Willowsford in Ashburn (which currently feeds to Mercer MS and John Champe HS), Evergreen Hamlets (Conservancy) and some Leesburg neighborhoods, as well as Greene Mill Preserve off of Black Branch Parkway.
Some existing Loudoun County High Schools most affected by planned new schools opening:
Briar Woods High School
Freedom High School
John Champe High School
Riverside High School
Rock Ridge High School
Stone Bridge High School
For additional information about Loudoun County Schools, see the official LCPS website at www.lcps.org
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