38 Cy-Fair ISD schools to be open for student transfers in 2019-20

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Several campuses throughout Cy-Fair ISD—including 8 high schools, 5 middle schools and 25 elementary schools—will be open for student transfers in the 2019-20 school year. The board of trustees voted to approve the planning services department’s recommendation at the March 7 regular meeting.

“To determine whether a school will be open, we look at the capacity of the school and the projected student enrollment for the upcoming year,” Director of General Administration Kristi Giron said at the March 4 work session.

She said campuses are designated as open for transfers if enrollment is less than 95 percent of the building capacity, not including portable buildings.

Because campuses have a limited number of openings depending on current and projected student enrollment numbers, transfers are granted on a first come, first served basis, according to officials.

“That’s one of the things that we like to make sure that the public knows [is]that we do have school choice here in Cy-Fair ISD,” Superintendent Mark Henry said at the March 7 work session. “Obviously not all campuses are open, but we do, as you can see, have a sizable number of campuses … in all geographic portions of the district that are available for transfer.”

Transfer applications for the 2019-20 school year will be available starting Monday, April 1 and close Friday, June 3. Applications will be available in the registrar’s office on all campuses and on www.cfisd.net.

High schools
Bridgeland
Cy-Fair
Cypress Creek
Cypress Falls
Cypress Park
Cypress Ranch
Cypress Springs
Langham Creek

Middle schools
Campbell
Goodson
Hopper
Kahla
Labay

Elementary schools
Adam
André
Bane
Copeland
Danish
Duryea
Farney
Frazier
Gleason
Hairgrove
Hoover
Jowell
Keith
Kirk
Lamkin
Lee
Metcalf
Moore
Reed
Rennell
Sampson
Tipps
Walker
Wells
Willbern

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  1. Middle School Parent

    Wow, I thought the high schools were overcrowded, guess NOT. No options for middle schools, too bad my kid is not a year or 2 older and already locked into the school of choice.

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