Tri-Cities School District Boundaries

If you are looking for a house for sale in a specific school or district in the Tri-Cities, you might be overwhelmed.  The boundaries can be confusing, especially if schools are full (such as White Bluffs or Badger Mountain, where new students are reassigned).  There are Richland residents whose homes fall within the Kennewick district boundaries, pockets of homes within a neighborhood that are assigned to a different school, and boundaries that are divided by population & demographics rather than proximity to schools.

Buyers and sellers should be aware of the school boundaries for their homes, even if they currently have no children attending.  The assigned schools can make the home more or less desirable, therefore affecting market value. 

How do you avoid surprises?  Click on our convenient new page: Tri-Cities Schools.  It will link directly to the district websites and boundary maps so you can keep up to date on the latest changes.  We can help you navigate the boundary confusion–our kids have attended Pasco and Kennewick schools, and we currently live in Richland.  Yet growth in the Tri-Cities means schools fill & boundaries change, so we recommend you verify all school information through the district before you buy or sell your home.

 

 

 

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