35 Cy-Fair ISD campuses open for student transfers in 2018-19


The Cy-Fair ISD board of trustees approved a recommendation for 35 schools to be open for student transfers for the 2018-19 academic year at its Monday night meeting. Student transfer forms will be available online and at each campus starting April 2 and will be accepted through June 1.

Kristi Giron, director of general administration, said campus capacity and projected enrollment numbers are taken into consideration as the district works to determine the open or closed status of each school.

The following schools are open for a limited number of student transfers next school year:

Bridgeland High School (grades 9-11 only)
Cypress Park High School (grades 9-11 only)
Cy-Fair High School
Cypress Ranch High School
Cypress Springs High School
Langham Creek High School
Campbell Middle School
Goodson Middle School
Hamilton Middle School
Hopper Middle School
Kahla Middle School
Labay Middle School
Truitt Middle School
Adam Elementary School
Andre’ Elementary School
Danish Elementary School
Duryea Elementary School
Frazier Elementary School
Gleason Elementary School
Hairgrove Elementary School
Hoover Elementary School (grades pre-K-2 only)
Jowell Elementary School (grades 3-5 only)
Kirk Elementary School
Lamkin Elementary School
Lee Elementary School
Metcalf Elementary School
Moore Elementary School
Pope Elementary School
Postma Elementary School
Rennell Elementary School
Sampson Elementary School
Tipps Elementary School
Walker Elementary School
Wells Elementary School
Willbern Elementary School

Students who are currently enrolled in the district can apply through June 1, and requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications must be submitted to campus registrars or to studenttransfers@cfisd.net.


For more information, contact the Office of Student Services/Admissions at 281-517-6342 or 281-517-2637.


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