Anderson said, "That's too much for the kids to do, too much strain on them."
Anderson's nephew goes to school at Carver and she's not too happy with the school being closed.
Anderson said, "They're really upset about it and they'd like to stay in the school that they're going to now because they have people they know kids they know."
Robin Johnson is concerned because her son currently attends East Side, just a few blocks from their home.
Johnson said, "It's on the other side of town and this is the closest to the house."
Morehouse parish superintendent Tom Thrower says coming to this decision wasn't easy, but it had to be done.
Thrower said, "We didn't chose to do this, we were forced to do this because of the loss of revenue from International Paper."
Thrower says while it has not yet been determined where some students will go to school next year, some students and their families have already learned their fate.
Students at South Side, Oak Hill, H.V. Adams and Cherry Ridge will all go to Morehouse Junior High.
6th, 7th and 8th graders in the Pine Grove district will go to Beekman.
Thrower said, "We'll be notifying students before schools out where they'll be attending.
While many parents we spoke with say they're not pleased with the new plan, they concede that they'll have to make the best of it.
Johnson said, "It's probably going to be hard, but we'll do it."