Approved Elementary Boundaries

Attendance boundaries for the K-5 elementary schools in the Quincy Public School District were developed by the Boundary Advisory Task Force (BATF) with community and public input; and were approved by the QPS Board on March 22, 2017. These boundaries will be effective for the 2018-2019 academic year.

View Approved Maps (PDF)

Choose this INTERACTIVE MAP to view the K-5 Elementary School in which your home is located.  You must type in your address by clicking on the magnifying glass near the top left corner of the page.

About Quincy Public Schools K-5 Learning Communities

In November 2014, Quincy voters overwhelmingly approved an $89 million bond issue to build five new elementary schools and an expansion for Quincy High School.  The five new elementary schools will house Kindergarten through fifth grades.  The expansion of the High School, which opened in the Fall of 2016, has provided the space necessary to accommodate the freshman class (previously housed at Quincy Junior High).  That shift moved all QPS sixth grade students to Quincy Junior High School; which follows a middle school model.

Work was completed for Fall 2017 at Lincoln-Douglas Elementary, our first of five new elementary schools, built on the property of former Monroe School. As of the 2017-2018 academic year it is open and houses K-3 students. Iles Elementary on North 12th Street (west of Hamann Lane) and Rooney Elementary on 48th Street & Columbus Road were completed for the 2018-2019 academic year. Baldwin Elementary at 3000 Maine St. and Denman Elementary (Harrison Street between 30th & 48th) were completed for the 2019-2020 academic year. At Baldwin, Blue Devil Gym and the auditorium have remained intact; as has the cafeteria with necessary upgrades.