Feeder Pattern

General Feeder Pattern Information


What is a Feeder Pattern?

A feeder-pattern school is a school that a students has the right to attend based on completion of the terminal grade of a student’s current school.  This assignment only happens during the years a student moves from elementary to middle school, or from middle school to high school, or from an education campus to high school.


What is a geographic feeder pattern?

Geographic Feeder Pattern schools are grouped by school boundary and proximity.  Geographic feeder pattern rights extend to students who enrolled in a school through a formal placement as well as to those who enrolled out-of-boundary through the My School DC lottery. Geographic feeder pattern rights do not extend to students who enroll as in-boundary students and then move out of boundary, or to out-of-boundary students to withdraw. 

Our Feeder Pattern

Eastern Senior High School

1700 East Capitol St. NE, Washington, DC, 20002

(202) 698 – 4500

EasternHSEnroll@k12.dc.gov

https://easternhighschooldcps.org

Additional Resources

  1. DCPS Feeder Booklet: Updated annually and available in English and Spanish, this booklet defines the PK3-12th grade options and pathways that DCPS offers students and families.
  2. Listed Feeder Patterns: Updated annually, this document lists all DCPS feeder patterns.
  3. DCPS High School Booklet: Updated annually and available in English and Spanish, use this guide as a tool to learn about DCPS high schools, the amazing programs offered, and how your student can enroll.
  4. DCPS Middle School Booklet: Updated annually and available in English and Spanish, use this guide as a tool to learn about DCPS middle grade schools, the awesome programs offered, and how your student can enroll.
  5. Find your in-boundary DCPS school

For additional support, you may also contact DCPS Enrollment Team via email at enroll@K12.DC.gov




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