Frisco ISD Attendance Zones

2014 - 2015 School Year

Instructions: Choose the zone you are looking for (elementary, middle or high school). Navigate the map to find which zone is covering your residence. You may also search for your address below. If your address isn't found by searching, you'll have to visually find your residence to see your school zone. Use a complete address for best results when searching for your zone.

As of Friday, August 8, Frisco ISD has made the decision to cap enrollment at Ashley Elementary School and it is closed to new students who move in and enroll after that date. Enrollment has exceeded 850, which is about 100 students above normal capacity. Students enrolling from this day forward will enroll at McSpedden Elementary School. The District is closely monitoring the growth in this area and will soon determine whether it must accelerate plans for an elementary school to open in the fall of 2015 or whether extending the cap for one more year would be the more prudent plan. Students who live in the current Ashley zone will be transported to McSpedden in the following manner: if they qualify for busing, they will catch a bus at their bus stop and ride the bus to Ashley, where they will join walkers, bike riders and car riders to be transported by shuttle to McSpedden. Parents may of course provide their own transportation to McSpedden as well. The shuttle will then return students to Ashley from McSpedden in the afternoon at the end of the school day. Those who are bus eligible at their home campus of Ashley will then ride a bus to their bus stop. Parents with questions may contact Ashley or McSpedden elementary schools.

As of Friday, July 25, Frisco ISD has made the decision to cap enrollment at Stafford Middle School and it is closed to new students who move in and enroll after that date. Enrollment has reached 1,154, which is 154 students above normal capacity. Students enrolling from this point will enroll at Griffin Middle School. In the fall of 2015, Trent Middle School is opening in the area and will relieve overcrowding at Stafford. Students who live in the current Stafford zone will be transported to Griffin in the following manner: if they qualify for busing, they will catch a bus at their bus stop and ride the bus to Stafford, where they will join walkers, bike riders and car riders to be transported by shuttle to Griffin. Parents of course can provide their own transportation to Griffin as well. The shuttle will then return students to Stafford from Griffin in the afternoon at the end of the school day. Those who are bus eligible at their home campus of Stafford will then ride a bus to their bus stop. Parents with questions may contact Stafford or Griffin middle schools.  

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This map is only a guide. Zones depicted in this map may not be 100% accurate. Addresses, especially ones close to the district border, may need further verification.

Independence High School 2014-2015 School Year: The current Independence High School zone boundary applies to grades 9-11. 12th graders inside the Independence High School zone will follow this map. Please double check your school assignment.

 

Rezoning Information

Due to continued rapid growth and the community’s desire to maintain smaller school environments, FISD opens new schools regularly to meet the needs of students. Part of that process is redrawing attendance zones.

Learn more about the decision-making process and timeline: