Why is my property closer to school A, but is zoned for school B?

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While school zones don’t generally follow traditional suburban boundaries, the school your property is zoned for is usually the closet (in a straight line) to your residential address, or the shortest practical route by road. Depending on the school location and year levels available, it is possible for a school further away to be zoned to your property. 

Should you have any questions regarding zoning for specific schools, we encourage you to contact the school directly to discuss. 

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