Each fall, Frisco ISD receives updated enrollment projections for each school from an experienced outside consulting group that monitors neighborhood growth, new construction and population trends. This data is reviewed by leadership with the in-house demographer to determine whether campus boundary modifications are required for the following school year. 

FISD’s decision-making process includes comprehensive long and short-term planning. Boundary changes aim to effectively utilize space and balance enrollment in existing schools.

Even though overall enrollment growth has decreased, there are still areas in the district with developing residential areas. At the same time, some more established neighborhoods yield fewer students, particularly at the elementary level. This unique challenge requires thoughtful solutions as the district continues to remain committed to using tax dollars wisely with a focus and priority on students and buildings that enhance student learning. 

As of November 16, 2023, there are no anticipated changes to attendance zones for the 2024-25 school year.


If you have questions about school attendance zones, please contact:

Zoning &

Demographics Contact