Redistricting

Why is Henrico County Public Schools redistricting? Because of current and projected population growth, school overcrowding, new school construction and other demographics, school divisions must occasionally examine and alter their school attendance zones. This process has the potential to affect many communities in Henrico County.

Draft Options as of Nov. 6, 2019

(All options are subject to change. Please complete the survey below to share your thoughts. No final decisions are being made until May of 2020.)

Henrico Schools redistricting presentations and gallery walks

(sessions are identical)

Redistricting Survey | Encuesta en Espanol

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What are the goals of this redistricting project?

The committee will be charged with developing recommendations for redistricting that include:

Efficiently using all available space and planning for future county growth.
Efficiently using all available space and planning for future county growth.
Determining attendance boundaries for the expanded Holladay Elementary School (7300 Galaxie Road), which will double in size when an addition opens for the 2021-22 school year.
Determining attendance boundaries for the expanded Holladay Elementary School (7300 Galaxie Road), which will double in size when an addition opens for the 2021-22 school year.
Accounting for the increased building capacity available when replacements for Highland Springs (15 S. Oak Ave.) and J. R. Tucker (2910 Parham Rd.) high schools open on their current sites for the 2021-22 school year.
Accounting for the increased building capacity available when replacements for Highland Springs (15 S. Oak Ave.) and J. R. Tucker (2910 Parham Rd.) high schools open on their current sites for the 2021-22 school year.
Reducing concentrations of poverty while balancing a community or neighborhood school concept.
Reducing concentrations of poverty while balancing a community or neighborhood school concept.

Important Developments

Nov. 6 update: We’ve added the presentation and documents related to the public information sessions and gallery walks scheduled for Nov. 7 and Nov. 13.

Oct. 21 update: We’ve added agendas and documents related to the committee meetings scheduled for Oct. 21 and Oct. 23.

Oct. 7 update: We’ve added agendas and documents related to the committee meetings scheduled for Oct. 7 and Oct. 9.

Sept. 26 update: We’ve added agendas and documents related to the committee meetings scheduled for Sept. 23 and Sept. 25.

Sept. 12 update: We’ve uploaded a four minute “Fast Facts” video, an interactive map of current school boundaries, as well as video and documents related to the Sept. 9 and 11 public information sessions and committee orientation meetings.

Aug. 30 update: The HCPS Redistricting Committee has been finalized. The members of the elementary committee will meet for orientation after the Sept. 9 public information session, and secondary committee members will meet for orientation after the Sept. 11 public information session.

Aug. 12 updateA timeline and schedule for the redistricting process has been set. The first opportunities for the public to learn more about the process will come at two public information sessions: Sept. 9 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at New Bridge Learning Center auditorium, and an identical session Sept. 11 at Glen Allen High School.