Cy-Fair ISD approves 57 campuses open for voluntary student transfers in 2021-22

Moore Elementary School is one of the campuses open for students transfers in 2021-22. (Danica Lloyd/Community Impact Newspaper)
Moore Elementary School is one of the campuses open for students transfers in 2021-22. (Danica Lloyd/Community Impact Newspaper)

Moore Elementary School is one of the campuses open for students transfers in 2021-22. (Danica Lloyd/Community Impact Newspaper)

Cy-Fair ISD’s board of trustees approved a list of 57 campuses throughout the district that are open for voluntary student transfers for the 2021-22 school year at the May 10 board meeting—up from 36 options approved for the previous school year.

This list is based on enrollment and capacity at each campus, and Director of General Administration Kristi Giron said the goal is to provide as many options as possible to accommodate student and parent preferences. CFISD will not provide transportation services to students who choose to take advantage of the voluntary transfer process.

Transfer applications can be picked up in the registrar’s office on any campus or found on the district’s website. Applications are being accepted May 11-June 1. The following schools are open for voluntary transfers in 2021-22:

Elementary schools

  • Adam

  • André

  • Ault

  • Bane

  • Bang

  • Copeland

  • Danish

  • Duryea

  • Emery

  • Emmott

  • Farney

  • Fiest

  • Frazier

  • Gleason

  • Hairgrove

  • Hamilton

  • Holbrook

  • Hoover (pre-K-2)

  • Horne

  • Jowell (grades 3-5)

  • Kirk

  • Lamkin

  • Lee

  • Metcalf

  • Millsap

  • Moore

  • Owens

  • Post

  • Reed

  • A. Robison

  • Sampson

  • Swenke

  • Tipps

  • Walker

  • Willbern

  • Wilson

  • Yeager

Middle schools

  • Anthony

  • Arnold

  • Bleyl

  • Campbell

  • Cook

  • Dean

  • Goodson

  • Hamilton

  • Hopper

  • Kahla

  • Labay

  • Rowe

  • Truitt

High schools

  • Cy-Fair

  • Cypress Creek

  • Cypress Falls

  • Cypress Park

  • Cypress Ridge

  • Cypress Springs

  • Langham Creek

By Danica Lloyd
Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a Cy-Fair reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She covers education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development and nonprofits.


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