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Parrish Community High School starts play 2019

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Parrish Community High School will begin play in 2019 - the school will begin with a Jr. Varsity schedule (despite what the photo shows) as the school will have only or at least the bulk of 9th and 10th graders. They will primarily be taking students from Palmetto High School as they are the only other HS north of the river in Manatee County.  Originally named North River HS .No photo description available.

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2 hours ago, Legion37 said:

Parrish Community High School will begin play in 2019 - the school will begin with a Jr. Varsity schedule (despite what the photo shows) as the school will have only or at least the bulk of 9th and 10th graders. They will primarily be taking students from Palmetto High School as they are the only other HS north of the river in Manatee County.  Originally named North River HS .No photo description available.

Article I read on the Bradenton Herald said that the school was built to relieve overcrowding at Lakewood Ranch mostly and some from Palmetto.  From what I read,  Parrish Community will have enough students to be class 7a. Braden River did the same thing when it opened, jv only for the first year.  

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Scheduled to open in August 2019, Parrish High is being built to cure overcrowding at Palmetto, Braden River and Lakewood Ranch high schools, which are in line to shed about 300 students each when Parrish High School opens with roughly 1,000 ninth- and 10th-graders only, Lundeen said.

Manatee, Southeast and Bayshore High schools are not scheduled to be affected by the rezoning

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On 6/7/2019 at 3:15 PM, FL_HS_football said:

Scheduled to open in August 2019, Parrish High is being built to cure overcrowding at Palmetto, Braden River and Lakewood Ranch high schools, which are in line to shed about 300 students each when Parrish High School opens with roughly 1,000 ninth- and 10th-graders only, Lundeen said.

Manatee, Southeast and Bayshore High schools are not scheduled to be affected by the rezoning

And unfortunately the over building in Parrish itself. 10,000 new homes approved. Lakewood Ranch kids will be crossing the Manatee River, all the kids in Parrish were zoned for Palmetto High. 

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