Even if boundary changes had been different, it wasn't like Mill Run and Hillside were going to be much under capacity anyway. I saw all the numbers and for right now that's just how it is. When another school is built there should be some relief for Broadlands but the two new schools under construction right now do more to relieve overcrowding in other areas. And as T8erman pointed out, some people REALLY REALLY REALLY want to stay at their schools no matter how overcrowded they are. Others disagree with that. Until another school is built to accommodate the growth on the other side of Belmont Ridge Rd. things will be crowded. I'm starting to understand the people who fought so hard for "smart" growth over the years. Developers keep building and building but the Board of Supervisors hasn't (or can't?) required them to proffer for schools for the residents.