Open Enrollment Transfer Information‒All Students
(Residents and Non-Residents of the Birdville District)
The application for Schools With A Specialization and Open Enrollment is currently closed. Please review our website for the most current information.
Because many BISD campuses were at or over
capacity starting with the 2015–16 school year, the District began restricting
The intent of this change was to:
- return current BISD
students to their home campus/feeder pattern based on District boundaries; and
- continue restricting open enrollment students from outside BISD to only
those campuses where space is available. With this in mind, the following
procedures are in effect for the 2017–18 school year:
Factors that will determine whether a campus is available for Open Enrollment
transfers include, but are not limited to: building capacity, current program
or campus enrollment, growth projections, grade-level enrollments, teacher
allocations, professional staff allocations, and the student’s academic,
behavior, and attendance history.
prekindergarten students will be required to return to their home campuses for
Board policy, exceptions are made if the parent is a BISD employee, or if an
older sibling will be in attendance at the same campus.
grade levels are still open to all BISD students at their home campuses.
to space limitations, Open Enrollment for grades 6–12 will be closed to in-district
students, unless the parent is a BISD employee or
the student meets the older sibling exception. Open enrollment students attending a BISD
middle or high school campus during the 2014–15 school year may continue
attending their current campus/feeder pattern through high school, as long as
they meet the criteria below.
- Open enrollment
fifth-grade students who live within the BISD boundaries will be required to
return to the feeder middle school unless the parent is a BISD employee or an
older sibling will be in attendance at the same campus during the 2017–18