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  • MUST Calculate the Program capacity in order to include in the final presentation.
  • This table shows that we examined not only the current students, but also the cohort group for next year. Notice increases at BHS, HHHS, and BLHS, while BCHS decreases.
  • This table shows the number of current 9th-12th graders who are zoned for each school, the number of APPROVED transfers both in and out, and then the total number of students attending the school.
  • This map shows the area of Laurel Bay and the neighborhoods outside the base gate which include:PINEWOOD SUBDIVISION, IRONGATE, CAPEHART and RAMBLIN ACRES.
  • This map shows the area of Downtown Beaufort that would be reassigned to BCHS. The line is the current boundary between BES and MOES.
  • This shows the detail of the area north of BJ-ACE that would be reassigned from BLHS to BCHS
  • This map details the areas to be reassigned from BLHS to HHIHS and include Colleton River Plantation, Sawmill Creek Road, Malphrus Road including Heritage Lakes, Old Towne Village, and Pine Forest.
  • This map gives an OVERVIEW of the areas in Northern Beaufort CountyAs a point of reference – Yemassee to BCHS = 23 mi and Yemasee to WBECHS = 16 miGiving any student in the Sheldon/Dale/Lobeco area 7 less miles to travel to go to WBECHS as opposed to BCHS
  • This map shows an overview of the southern area of Beaufort County, and highlights the area north of BJ-ACE that would be reassigned to BCHS.
  • These tables show the current counts of students in the OPTION A zones and the cohort group for next year.
  • These tables show the current counts of students in the OPTION A zones and the cohort group for next year.
  • OPTION B is much like OPTION A with the change in Beaufort-downtown staying at BHS, and Port Royal ES area being reassigned to BCHS.
  • These tables show the current counts of students in the OPTION A zones and the cohort group for next year.
  • These tables show the current counts of students in the OPTION A zones and the cohort group for next year.
  • Option A which makes the most changes district-wide, best reduces the population at BHS, and makes good use of available space at HHIHS. This option A also keeps the most students at BCHS. Option B differs from Option A only in that the Downtown Beaufort area attends BHS, and Port Royal attends BCHS.Option C offers the fewest changes from current zones, only removing the WBMS area from BCHS.
  • Options For Zoning Hs Final

    1. 1. OPTIONS FOR STUDENT REASSIGNMENT<br />High School Levels<br />Presentation to the Board of Education <br />December 1, 2009<br />
    2. 2. At the Board of Education’s Retreat on October 31st, district staff were directed by the Board to examine any and all options for high schools that would best use available space in preparation for the opening of the New Whale Branch Early College High School.<br />This directive included exploring options which might change traditional barriers (like the Broad River bridge), or that may change current school elementary to middle to high school feeder patterns.<br />We have developed several options for consideration by the Board for high school zones. Final zones pending approval by OCR.<br />2<br />
    3. 3. Beaufort HS Building Capacity = 1595 <br />Battery Creek HS Building Capacity = 1505<br />Hilton Head HS Building Capacity = 1382<br />Bluffton HS Building Capacity = 1434<br />NEW<br />Whale Branch Building Capacity = 650<br />Early College HS <br />3<br />
    4. 4. CURRENT STUDENT ASSIGNMENT PLAN:The tables below show the Counts of Students currently living in the High School zones for 2009-2010. Note: this is not who attends the school.<br />Students Grades 9-12<br />Students Grades 8-11<br />4<br />
    5. 5. 5<br />CURRENT STUDENT ASSIGNMENT PLAN<br />
    6. 6. 6<br />CURRENT STUDENT ASSIGNMENT PLAN:The tables below show the Counts of Students currently living in the High School zones for 2009-2010, the number of transfers in and out of the zone, and the number of students attending the school by ethnicity.<br />
    7. 7. 7<br />
    8. 8. 8<br />
    9. 9. 9<br />PLANNING AREA used for HIGH SCHOOL Student Assignment OPTIONS<br />
    10. 10. 10<br />* Distance to WBECHS = 7.7 miles<br />Distance to BCHS = 5.5 miles<br />*<br />
    11. 11. 11<br />* Distance to WBECHS = 7.7 miles<br />Distance to BCHS = 5.5 miles<br />*<br />
    12. 12. 12<br />*<br />* Distance to BHS = 2.5 miles<br />Distance to BCHS = 4.5 miles<br />
    13. 13. 13<br />* Distance to BHS = 4 miles<br />Distance to BCHS = 8.3 miles<br />*<br />
    14. 14. 14<br />Camp St Mary’s area north of BJ-ACE<br />* Distance to BLHS = 11.2 miles<br />Distance to BCHS = 11.8 miles<br />*<br />
    15. 15. 15<br />Sawmill Creek Road Area and<br />Malphrus Road area<br />* Distance to BLHS = 6.4 miles<br />Distance to HHIHS = 6.7 miles<br />*<br />
    16. 16. OPTIONS<br />16<br />
    17. 17. Option A Zone Descriptions<br />Whale Branch Early College HS <br />The zone would include all of the WBMS zone, plus Laurel Bay and the areas just outside of the gate including the neighborhoods of Irongate, Capehart, and Pinewood subdivisions.<br />Battery Creek HS<br />The zone would include the RSMS zone (minus the areas sent to WBECHS and adds all of the Beaufort ES zone. It also crosses the Broad River bridge to the intersection of Hwy 170 and Hwy 462 near the BJ-ACE school. <br />Beaufort HS<br />The zone remains essentially the same, except for the Beaufort ES zone area (downtown) to be reassigned to BCHS.<br />Bluffton HS<br />The zone loses the area north of the intersection of Hwy 170 and Hwy 462 to BCHS. It also loses to HHIHS the neighborhoods in the Sawmill Creek Road area, Colleton River Plantation, and Malphrus Road neighborhoods of Heritage Lakes, Olde Town Village, and Pine Forest.<br />Hilton Head HS <br />The zone adds the areas of Sawmill Creek Rd, Colleton Plantation, and the neighborhoods off of Malphrus Road.<br />17<br />
    18. 18. 18<br />Distance from Yemassee to BCHS = 23 mi<br />Distance from Yemassee to WBECHS = 16 mi<br />Any student in the Sheldon/Dale/Lobeco area will have 7 miles less to travel to go to WBECHS as opposed to going to BCHS<br />
    19. 19. 19<br />
    20. 20. OPTION ADemographic Details<br />20<br />
    21. 21. The tables below show the Counts of Students currently living in the High School zones OPTION A. Note: this data does not address transfers.<br />Students Grades 9-12<br />Students Grades 8-11<br />21<br />
    22. 22. This table shows the anticipated enrollment under OPTION A using the counts of the current students in grades 8-11 and making the calculations for allowing the current 11th graders who live in the Whale Branch area to remain at Battery Creek HS for their senior year.<br />Students Grades 8-11<br />22<br />
    23. 23. Option B Zone Descriptions<br />Whale Branch Early College HS <br />No change from OPT A.<br />Battery Creek HS<br />The zone would include the RSMS zone (minus the areas sent to WBECHS) and only that part of the Beaufort ES zone that currently attends BCHS. It also crosses the Broad River bridge to the intersection of Hwy 170 and Hwy 462 near the BJ-ACE school. It also includes the Port Royal ES zone.<br />Beaufort HS<br />The zone remains essentially the same, except for the Port Royal ES zone area to be reassigned to BCHS.<br />Bluffton HS<br />No change from OPT A.<br />Hilton Head HS <br />No change from OPT A.<br />23<br />
    24. 24. 24<br />
    25. 25. 25<br />
    26. 26. OPTION BDemographic Details<br />26<br />
    27. 27. The tables below show the Counts of Students currently living in the High School zones OPTION B. Note: this data does not address transfers.<br />Students Grades 9-12<br />Students Grades 8-11<br />27<br />
    28. 28. This table shows the anticipated enrollment under OPTION B using the counts of the current students in grades 8-11 and making the calculations for allowing the current 11th graders who live in the Whale Branch area to remain at Battery Creek HS for their senior year.<br />Students Grades 8-11<br />28<br />
    29. 29. Option C Zone Descriptions<br />Whale Branch Early College HS <br />The zone would include all of the WBMS zone only.<br />Battery Creek HS<br /> The zone would include the RSMS zone only.<br />Beaufort HS<br />The zone remains the same.<br />Bluffton HS<br />The zone remains the same.<br />Hilton Head HS <br /> The zone remains the same.<br />29<br />
    30. 30. 30<br />
    31. 31. 31<br />
    32. 32. OPTION CDemographic Details<br />32<br />
    33. 33. The tables below show the Counts of Students currently living in the High School zones OPTION C. Note: this data does not address transfers.<br />Students Grades 9-12<br />Students Grades 8-11<br />33<br />
    34. 34. This table shows the anticipated enrollment under OPTION C using the counts of the current students in grades 8-11 and making the calculations for allowing the current 11th graders who live in the Whale Branch area to remain at Battery Creek HS for their senior year.<br />Students Grades 8-11<br />34<br />
    35. 35. Compare CURRENT zones to OPTIONS<br />CURRENT<br />OPTION A<br />35<br />OPTION B<br />OPTION C<br />

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