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On Saturday, May 5, 2018, the Royse City ISD community approved a $60 million bond proposal with 79.20% of voters in favor. The referendum was designed by a committee of citizens to meet the rapid student enrollment growth within Royse City ISD.

The $60 million total was funded through property value growth within Royse City ISD and 
with a zero tax rate increase for property owners. The land for the new middle school in Fate is already owned by Royse City ISD.

Bobby Summers Middle School opened in August 2020 for students in grades 6-8. At that time, the district’s grade configuration shifted to a Pre-K to 5th-grade elementary model, a 6-8th grade middle school model, and remain with one 9-12th grade high school. This transition allowed the district’s two intermediate campuses (Herndon & Cherry) to become elementary schools in 2020.


  • Bobby Summers Middle School Construction (Complete August 2020)

  • A band hall expansion at Royse City High School (Complete Summer 2019)

  • Renovations and upgrades to Baley Middle School (Complete Summer 2020)

  • Renovations and upgrades to Ruth Cherry Intermediate (Complete Summer 2020)

  • Capital improvements and renovations to Davis Elementary (Complete August 2018)

  • Capital improvements and renovations to Anita Scott Elementary (Complete 2020)