Starting Monday, thousands of Palm Beach County parents will receive much-anticipated letters letting them know whether their child won a seat in the magnet program of their choice for the next school year.
Results of next year’s choice lottery held in March show that the percentage of applicants who got seats went up slightly in some of more traditionally popular programs at such schools as Suncoast High in Riviera Beach and the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach.
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