Frisco ISD saw a decline in enrollment in the 2023-24 school year.

Students will not be rezoned for the 2024-25 school year, Chief Operations Officer Scott Warstler said Oct. 10. As of early October, FISD had 66,670 students—154 fewer than October of last year, he said.

“I think that’s the first time that’s happened in Frisco that any of us can remember, that we actually lost enrollment over a given year,” Warstler said.

The outlook

The district’s current enrollment has 900 less students than projected for the end of October, Warstler said. He went on to explain that this means the district does not expect any rezoning in the next school year.

“No rezones,” Warstler said. “Every zone is safe and stable for another year.”

Stay tuned

For the first time in FISD’s history, the district closed new student enrollment for three high schools this year due to capacity issues, Warstler said. This includes:
  • Lebanon Trail
  • Wakeland
  • Reedy
The district will re-evaluate the schools in April and provide an update on whether or not the schools will reopen for new enrollees in the 2024-25 school year, Warstler said.