When a parent chooses to send their child to the assigned neighborhood school, the child will follow an Academic Pathway, also known as school feeder pattern. An Academic Pathway keeps neighborhood children together as they move upward from elementary school, to middle school, and finally through high school. Academic Pathways easily permit additional communication and collaboration between each level to better serve the needs of each student. It also creates an additional sense of community within the schools while promoting parent involvement from prekindergarten through twelfth grade. For further information regarding school attendance areas, contact the CCS FACTLine at 614-221-FACT (3228), or Central Enrollment at 614-365-4011.