The Hoover AL school redistricting plan involving Bumpus Middle School, Hoover High School and Deer Valley Elementary is finalized. While not ideal, the Hoover AL School redistricting plan is more sensible than an earlier proposal that would have sent 5th & 6th graders to the Hoover High School Freshman campus. The new plan, designed due primarily to overcrowding at Deer Valley Elementary (over 900 student) and Bumpus, Hoover High School will now (again) house 9th through 12th grades (vs. 10th-12th). Other provisions include:
•1. Deer Valley Elementary will now include students in Kindergarten through 4th grade.
•2. Bumpus Middle School will include students in the 5th and 6th grade.
•3. The freshman campus for Hoover High will now be used for 7th and 8th graders.
Given growth in the western side of Hoover AL in subdivisions like Ross Bridge, Lake Cyrus and Russett Woods, overcrowding has become a problem necessitating the Hoover AL school redistricting plan. While the city plans to build a new elementary school, that process will take a few years to complete, making the final Hoover AL school redistricting plan the best viable solution after several meetings and a healthy debate among residents.
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