What's full? Piedmont Middle, Montessori programs and traditional elementaries.
On the other end, 14 magnet schools came through the first lottery with no one waiting to get in.
A Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools list shows how many students got into magnets and how many landed on wait lists, by grade, program and school. Numbers will shift during spring and summer, as some students decide not to claim their seats and others fail to earn scores that would get them in.
Click here for the results of this year's first CMS lottery.
Waiting lists are long at perennial favorites, even after the school board revamped the magnet offerings for 2009-10. Piedmont Middle, for instance, will lose its "open" program, shifting all its seats to the International Baccalaureate program that used to make up about half the school.
That means students who don't pass their reading and math exams this year can't get in. Piedmont has the district's longest waiting list, with 444 students,
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is offering students another chance at getting into underfilled magnet schools next year.
Click here to learn more about which schools still have openings and how to claim them (deadline is May 22). - Ann Doss Helms