Royse City ISD School Boundary Zones

  • 2022-2023 Elementary Boundary Zones Approved
    At the February 2022 School Board Meeting, the elementary boundary zones for 2022-2023 were unanimously approved. With hundreds of feedback comments via ThoughtExchange and guidance from demographers, the district developed elementary boundary zones to address rapid student enrollment growth. Click here to view our interactive boundary zone map. 
     

    Middle School Feeder Patterns (No Change from 2021-2022)

    • Fort Elementary, Davis Elementary and Cherry Elementary students attend Ouida Baley Middle School. 
    • Miss May Vernon Elementary, Scott Elementary and Herndon Elementary students attend Summers Middle School. 
     
    Brief History:
    In May of 2021, Royse City ISD voters approved a bond package to address current and projected rapid student enrollment growth. Along with additions and expansions to existing schools, the plan included a new, larger school replacement for Ruth Cherry Elementary to be located in Verandah Estates. The existing Ruth Cherry Elementary will transform into an early childhood center for head start and pre-kindergarten learners. As a result, new elementary boundary zones are necessary for the start of the 2022-2023 school year. 
     
     

     

    2021-2022 Elementary Boundary Zones:
    Current zones were approved in 2019 and went into effect in the Summer of 2020. 

    Middle School Feeder Patterns:

    • Fort Elementary, Davis Elementary and Cherry Elementary students attend Ouida Baley Middle School. 
    • Miss May Vernon Elementary, Scott Elementary and Herndon Elementary students attend Summers Middle School. 
  • Find Your Zone

    * Find Your Zone Map shows current and 2022-2023 boundary zones for elementary schools.

     

FAQ's

  • Can my student be grandfathered in to stay at his/her current school?

  • How long will these new zones last?

  • Will EDP be offered at all elementary schools?

  • PreK & Headstart Programs