If your kid attends Royal Palm Beach High School, he or she will not be forced to attend another school.
There will be no boundary changes for Royal Palm, at least for the next two school years. That's what a school district official told the village council last week, according to the Palm Beach Post.
Parents have been concerned after hearing that the school is on a capacity "watch list". It is one of more than twenty schools in Palm Beach County that is expected to exceed 95 percent capacity over the next five years, which could force students to be moved through boundary changes.