Frisco ISD Virtual School

All Students Will Attend Classes In Person

Frisco ISD announced June 8, 2021 that it is unable to move forward with a virtual learning option for students in the 2021-22 school year. All students will attend classes on campus starting with the first day of the new school year on Thursday, August 12.

The District had intended to launch a permanent Virtual School to serve students in grades 3-12 starting in fall 2021. But after the regular session of the Texas Legislature ended on May 31 without final approval of a bill that would have expanded online learning in Texas and provided funding for full-time virtual students, FISD had no choice but to put these plans on hold.   

Expanded opportunities for students through online and blended learning was a priority for Frisco ISD prior to the pandemic and will continue to be a priority for the District in the future. As many families have discovered, online learning offers students additional choice and flexibility and is preferred by some for a variety of reasons. Frisco ISD looks forward to future action by the state that would allow FISD to make this opportunity available to students who choose it. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Frisco ISD has included answers to several of the most common questions regarding our recent announcement to suspend plans for a Virtual School. Please refer to these answers before submitting a question.

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