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Estimated Student Yield from Residential Development Pipeline

Based on the future residential development information and historic public school student yields described earlier, the number of potential public school students who may live in these potential new developments can be estimated. For illustrative purposes, below is the estimated number of expected new residential housing units in 2-3 years (near term) and 5-15 years (long term) in the Noyes elementary school boundary, and the estimated number of public school students that may live in them. In the near term, this area is expecting 544 residential units potentially resulting in 197 public school students living there. In the long term, this is increased to an additional 3,581 potential residential units and 1,196 potential public school students. Note that these are estimates based on historic enrollment patterns and students in the new units may not represent students new to the public school system nor the boundary.

Estimated Student Yield from Residential Development Projects -

DCPS Elementary School Boundary

Sources: Washington DC Economic Partnership (November 2018), DC Office of Planning, DMPED Project Pipeline Database, 
DC Vector Property Map Database, OSSE Audited Enrollment (SY18-19)

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