Some residences in the Morningside Elementary School will be rezoned from the Grady High School feeder pattern to the North Atlanta High School feeder pattern under a proposal Atlanta Public Schools officials are considering.

MAPS: Will Atlanta Public Schools’ proposed Grady cluster rezoning affect you?

Atlanta Public Schools on Tuesday released draft maps of proposed rezoning changes that would shift student attendance boundaries in part of the Grady High School cluster.

The school board is expected to consider a rezoning proposal Monday that would expand the North Atlanta High School cluster to include more area in what is now the northern part of the Grady attendance area.

Students in the rezoned areas who are not grandfathered in under the proposal would move from Morningside Elementary to either Garden Hills or E. Rivers elementary schools, depending on where they live. 

The changes also would shift attendance zones for some addresses from Inman Middle School and Grady High School to Sutton Middle School and North Atlanta High School.

For more details about the rezoning proposal, read the story on

Read about parents and residents concerns with the rezoning plan here.

Proposed changes: North Atlanta zone

This draft map illustrates the proposal to include some of the existing Grady cluster areas into the North Atlanta zone.

Proposed changes: Grady cluster

The proposal calls for some addresses along the Cheshire Bridge corridor to move from the Morningside Elementary School zone to Garden Hills Elementary. Some addresses along the Armour Drive corridor would shift to the E. Rivers Elementary School.

Proposed changes: Sutton zone

Proposed changes: Rivers zone

Proposed changes: Garden Hills zone

Here are the current Atlanta Public Schools zones:

-- Education Audience Specialist Mandi Albright assisted with this presentation.

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