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Enrollment capped at 25 schools in Johnston County

Posted May 13, 2010

Twenty-five schools in Johnston County have reached enrollment capacity and are no longer accepting requests for student reassignment, the district said Thursday.

Enrollment is capped at the following schools:

  • Archer Lodge Middle School
  • Clayton Middle School
  • Cleveland elementary and middle schools
  • Cooper Elementary School
  • Four Oaks elementary and middle schools
  • Glendale-Kenly Elementary School
  • McGee’s Middle School
  • Micro-Pine Level Elementary School
  • North Johnston Middle School
  • Polenta Elementary School
  • Princeton elementary, middle and high schools
  • River Dell Elementary School
  • Riverwood elementary and middle schools
  • Selma Elementary School
  • Smithfield Middle School
  • South Johnston High School
  • West Clayton Elementary School
  • Wilson's Mills Elementary School
  • West Smithfield Elementary School
  • West View Elementary School

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  • Sidekick May 13, 2010

    From recent history, the school board will do all it can to accomodate any parent that wants to reassign they child. But they cannot build schools fast enough to keep up with the growth. But not to fear, if funds allow, the additional schools will be forthcoming in the near future. Two new high schools are opening this fall. foxhunter - 4 years ago there was a very different school board in place who didn't want to be bothered with parents and students.

  • foxhunter May 13, 2010

    which may be 30 miles away

  • foxhunter May 13, 2010

    I tried to move my son to South Johnston 4 years ago and they would not reassign him then. What's different?

  • gingerlynn May 13, 2010

    The will ship your kid to closest uncapped school.

  • 1 of the original Americans May 13, 2010

    LOL... So if I move into one of these schools area will my kids be able to attend????