School Options

  • At Hillsborough Schools, parents can choose from various schools based on their child’s interests and way of learning. Options can be based on location, curriculum, interests or system of learning (either brick-and-mortar or virtual schools, for example).

    Your Attendance Area School is the school zone assigned based on your home address. Find zoned school and enter your address to see the elementary, middle and high schools for which your child is zoned.

    Disclaimer: All school attendance boundaries are subject to change by School Board action. The maps and descriptions are provided for convenience only.

Various Schools

  • Contacts


    The Office of Student Planning and Placement is here to help. Call with questions at (813) 272-4692, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. weekdays.

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  • Choice Schools

    Choice Schools

    Schools with space available are open for parents with children entering grades K-11 to choose non-magnet Choice and Hardship schools or School Attractor Programs.

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  • Magnet Programs

    Magnet Programs

    Schools with theme-based curriculum, rigorous academic instruction by specially-trained teachers and lottery-based applications.

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  • Military Families

    Military Families

    We are proud to be home to more than 4,600 military-connected families. Discover resources to ease your transition into our schools.

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  • Other Options

    Other Options

    Families can learn about Hillsborough Virtual, Career and Technical Education, McKay Scholarships, Home Education, Partnership Schools and Charter Schools.

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How do I go about choosing a school for my child?

  • If you wish for your children to attend the school where they are zoned, you do not need to do anything except register directly with that school. For Choice, Magnet or Choice Hardship schools, apply during open application periods.  Reference this link for important dates

    All School Choice and Career and Technical School applications are subject to a computer lottery to choose applicants.