D.C. has released a preliminary proposal on new school boundaries that would have a significant effect on Alice Deal Middle School and Woodrow Wilson High School, two of the most sought-after schools in the city.
Families whose addresses correspond to those schools could be cut out because the new proposed zones are smaller. Additionally, some areas that don't currently feed students into Wilson would begin doing so under the proposed plan.
If the plan is implemented, it would begin with the 2015-16 school year.
The city's school-age population is expected to grow by nearly 50 percent by 2022.
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