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Posted August 6, 2013

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Updated School Boundary Maps Posted

APS no longer prints maps, but they are available from home page.

Albuquerque Public Schools has posted updated school boundary maps on its website. The site is the best way to find schools, as the district is no longer printing hard-copy maps.

The two maps—one for elementary schools, the other displaying middle and high schools—show the locations and attendance areas of each of APS’ 143 school sites.

There are two significant changes in attendance boundaries. One indicates that students who live in the Mesa del Sol community near the Albuquerque International Sunport may attend Bandelier Elementary, Jefferson Middle School and Albuquerque High School until schools are built closer to their homes. Also, the elementary map shows the new boundary between North Star and Double Eagle, which was approved last spring by the APS Board of Education.

The updated middle-high school map shows the locations of recent schools of choice including nex+Gen Academy, eCADEMY and College & Career High School on the CNM campus.

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