Attendance Zones

Attendance Zones

Leander ISD attendance zones outline where children in a particular neighborhood will attend elementary, middle or high school.

Attendance Zoning FAQ

Street Directory Listing

The Leander ISD Street Directory Listing enables families to find the school that their student(s) are zoned to attend. To locate this information, please search the document linked above for your street name. The directory listing contains street names, address ranges, and direction if it applies (i.e. N for north, S for South) as well as a column indicating Odd, Even or Both. In some cases you will find that a street name and number will attend a particular school based on the street number being odd or even.

Current Attendance Zone Maps

Year to year, there are changes in the attendance zones once approved by the LISD Board of Trustees. Please refer to the Street Directory Listing to see which school your student is zoned to attend. The approved attendance zones maps are listed below.

2020–21 Maps

This product is for informational purposes and may not have been prepared for or be suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. It does not represent an on-the-ground survey and represents only the approximate relative location of property boundaries.

Future Attendance Zoning

Maps for the 2020–21 school year are listed in the above "Current Attendance Zone Maps" section.

Future Attendance Zoning Information

Leander ISD is working to rezone elementary schools for the opening of Tarvin Elementary School in August 2021 (currently under construction near the Palmera Ridge subdivision off Ronald Reagan Blvd. in Leander) and Elementary School 29 in August 2022 (planned for the Bryson subdivision near 183A and south of TX-29 in Leander). ES 29 is expected for the 2022-23 school year but has not been approved for construction as we monitor enrollment growth and state public school funding during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The district is also considering changes to our zoning for assignments for bilingual services.

The Board of Trustees approved a charter setting the parameters and process for approving a change, collecting community feedback, and prioritizing the elements for a new plan.

For additional information, including scenario maps, please visit this Zoning support page.

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