Frisco ISD sets 2017-18 boundary maps

Frisco ISD is one of the fastest growing school districts in Texas with nearly 60,000 students and 68 campuses.

Frisco ISD is one of the fastest growing school districts in Texas with nearly 60,000 students and 68 campuses.

Frisco ISD is one of the fastest growing school districts in Texas with nearly 60,000 students and 68 campuses. The following information is the latest available as of May 2017.


Total enrollment: 55,924
Elementary school students: 26,600
Middle school student: 13,770
High school students: 15,554


Total schools: 68
Total elementary schools: 40
Total middle schools: 16
Total high schools: 9
Special program centers: 3


Attendance rate: 97%
Four-year graduation rate: 98%
Economically disadvantaged: 10.5%


Languages served: 70


Top five languages
1. Spanish
2. Telugu
3. Hindi
4. Korean
5. Arabic


Frisco ISD







Frisco ISD 2017-18 boundary maps


Frisco ISD1. Allen
Year opened: 2009


2. Anderson
Year opened: 1999


3. Ashley
Year opened: 2005


4. Bledsoe
Year opened: 2005


5. Boals
Year opened: 2003


6. Borchardt
Year opened: 2001


7. Bright
Year opened: 2001


8. Carroll
Year opened: 2007


9. Christie
Year opened: 1999


10. Comstock
Year opened: 2012


11. Corbell
Year opened: 2006


12. Curtsinger
Year opened: 1995
Closed to new students because enrollment has exceeded capacity. New students will attend Shawnee Trail.


13. Elliot
Year opened: 2008


14. Fisher
Year opened: 2001


15. Gunstream
Year opened: 2002


16. Hosp
Year opened: 2014


17. Isbell
Year opened: 2004


18. McSpedden
Year opened: 2014


19. Miller
Year opened: 2016


20. Mooneyham
Year opened: 2007


21. Newman
Year opened: 2014


22. Nichols
Year opened: 2012


23. Norris
Year opened: 2015


24. Ogle
Year opened: 2006


25. Phillips
Year opened: 2012


26. Pink
Year opened: 2005


27. Purefoy
Year opened: 2010


28. Riddle
Year opened: 2003


29. Robertson
Year opened: 2007


30. Rogers
Year opened: 1987


31. Scott
Year opened: 2014


32. Sem
Year opened: 2006


33. Shawnee Trail
Year opened: 2000


34. Smith
Year opened: 1997


35. Sonntag
Year opened: 2010


36. Sparks
Year opened: 2002


37. Spears
Year opened: 2002


38. Tadlock
Year opened: 2008


39. Taylor
Year opened: 2006


40. Vaughn
Year opened: 2016


Frisco ISD


41. Clark
Year opened: 2000


42. Cobb
Year opened: 2010


43. Fowler 
Year opened: 2007


44. Griffin
Year opened: 2004


45. Hunt
Year opened: 2010


46. Maus
Year opened: 2010


47. Nelson
Year opened: 2016


48. Pearson
Year opened: 2015


49. Pioneer Heritage
Year opened: 2002


50. Roach
Year opened: 2005


51. Scoggins
Year opened: 2008


52. Stafford
Year opened: 2008


53. Staley
Year opened: 1996


54. Trent
Year opened: 2015


55. Vandeventer
Year opened: 2012
Closed to new students because enrollment has exceeded capacity. New students will attend Wester.


56. Wester
Year opened: 2002


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57. Centennial
Year opened: 2003
Mascot: Titans
School colors: navy blue and red


58. Frisco
Year opened: 1902
Mascot: Raccoons
School colors: Blue and gold


59. Heritage
Year opened: 2009
Mascot: Coyotes
School colors: maroon and gold


60. Independence
Year opened: 2014
Mascot: Knights
School colors: purple and black


61. Lebanon Trail
Year opened: 2016
Mascot: Trail Blazers
School colors: green and gold


62. Liberty
Year opened: 2006
Mascot: Redhawks
School colors: red and black


63. Lone Star
Year opened: 2010
Mascot: Rangers
School colors: navy blue and silver


64. Reedy
Year opened: 2015
Mascot: Lions
School colors: green, blue and silver


65. Wakeland
Year opened: 2006
Mascot: Wolverines
School colors: orange and navy blue







Rezoning


Frisco ISD adds an average of 2,500-3,500 new students each year and has regularly opened new schools to accommodate the growth. Because of this, the district has undergone a rezoning process almost every year. Rezoning is designed to relieve overcrowding and balance enrollment in existing schools.



Tentative rezoning timeline for 2017


September: FISD evaluates enrollment growth and receives enrollment projections from an external demographer.
October: Board of trustees is presented with the 2018-19 school year draft attendance zones.
November: District holds public hearings on proposed attendance zones.
December: Board of trustees approves 2018-19 attendance zones.






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469-633-6000
www.friscoisd.org


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