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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- A+3,132 Students
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- B+2,551 Students
- A-1,618 Students
- A1,613 Students
- A-1,447 Students
- A1,271 Students
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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.
Going to school in LISD has been very interesting. There’s a wide level of diversity between sports, academics, and people. I have experiences that will last me a life time. Although sometimes it would feel as if there was so much going on there was always someone to help you get through it whether it was a teacher, a coach, or even parents around the school!
The Lewisville ISD is a very diverse program that generates a very competitive environment for all those that attend. They take their studies very earnestly and the students are all either smart and ambitious or don't care about what their rank is. It's hard to put this ISD in rank because the schools are placed on a very wide range. I attend Hebron where kids put everything after their grades, even their social lives. I've also seen other schools where kids are average and the school isn't the greatest. It depends on what angle you're viewing the district from. However, I will say that being on the newspaper team, I have personally spoken with the superintendent, Kevin Rogers, and he is always agreeable and deals with everything efficiently, always thinking of our interests. Overall the district is an exceptional place to attend but it all depends on how you want to develop for your future.