Lewisville Independent School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Lewisville, TX. It has 53,257 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 84% of students are at least proficient in math and 81% in reading.
Lewisville Independent School District Rankings
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Lewisville Independent School District Reviews
I love how the school schedule is set up! It is set up just like a college schedule and is a great prep school. I have heard from many graduates, that their transition from high school to college was easy and almost unnoticeable. Very excellent school overall. One thing I would change are the facilities but other than that hands down amazing. Fantastic resources and very up to date with the newest and greatest technology.
LISD is a great school district for students to attend. All schools within the district expect the highest of their students. The district provides great facilities like career centers where students can take courses more specific to career choices like law enforcement, computer science, auto shop, and more! The fine arts department is heavily valued by the district and the director is one of the greatest women you'll ever meet. This is truly a wonderful school district that values its parent input and the quality of education that the students are receiving.
I have grown up alongside the Lewisville Independent school district, since elementary I have seen the implementation of technology and new regulations revolving around students safety. Most of the teachers I have had the honor to meet are dedicated and driven to push themselves and their students boundaries. There is a diverse group of staff, students and administration. LISD has always tried to better improve its district by regularly asking parents how they can improve, but a place this school district has a fault in, is not taking into consideration the amount of pressure students have to maintain English, writing and math scores compared to other districts, causing many teachers (and students) to not be able to have time for themselves.