What is "Neighborhood Preference"?
Marshall Fundamental and the dual language campuses are subject to "neighborhood preference," which means 50 percent of the total number of open seats is set aside for students who live within defined zones around these schools. However, preference only applies when seats are available in the requested grade levels and applicants who live in the "neighborhood preference" zones list the school or program as their first choice on the application.
Applicants are selected through a random lottery. If not selected via "neighborhood preference" a student's application is re-entered into the general lottery.
Note: For College & Career Academies, 50 percent of open seats are available for students residing outside the school attendance area of the requested Academy.