Keller ISD is committed to providing the most natural feeder patterns into its four high schools as the population growth will allow.
Find your campus on the feeder pattern in one of the charts below. Beneath the chart is an explanation of any split feeder pattern or other unique circumstances. Split feeder patterns have been necessary due to previous patterns of growth, however, with the community's support for the 2014 Bond Package and resulting campus construction, Keller ISD plans to more evenly align the feeder patterns and eliminate split campuses.
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Basswood Elementary School
All of the Basswood Elementary attendance zone previously advanced through the Chisholm Trail-Fossil Hill-Fossil Ridge feeder pattern. For the 2015-16 school year, Basswood Elementary students remained at BWES for 5th grade. In 2016-17, Keller ISD will open its 23rd elementary school campus which will pull students from BWES. The next year, 2017-18, Keller ISD is expected to open a new 5th-8th Grade Middle School that will serve both BWES and the new elementary school.
Bluebonnet Elementary School
All of the Bluebonnet Elementary attendance zone previously advanced through the Parkwood Hill-Hillwood-Fossil Ridge feeder pattern. Beginning with the 2016-17 school year, all students progressing out of Bluebonnet Elementary will continue to Chisholm Trail Intermediate, Fossil Hill Middle, and Fossil Ridge High.
Freedom Elementary School
Portions of Freedom Elementary previously advanced through the Trinity Meadows-Trinity Springs-Timber Creek feeder pattern, and other portions advance through the Parkwood Hill-Hillwood-Central feeder pattern. Beginning with the 2016-17 school year, Freedom will begin a transition in which all students will progress through the Parkwood Hill-Hillwood-Central feeder pattern.
Ridgeview Elementary School
Portions of the Ridgeview Elementary community west of Hwy. 377 advance through the Trinity Meadows-Trinity Springs-Timber Creek feeder pattern, while portions of the RES community east of Hwy. 377 advance through the Bear Creek-Keller Middle-Keller High feeder pattern. This is one feeder pattern that will remain split following the feeder pattern realignments that result from the 2014 Bond Projects.
Whitley Road Elementary School
All of the Whitley Road Elementary attendance zone previously advanced through the South Keller-Indian Springs-Central feeder pattern. Beginning with the 2016-17 school year, all students progressing out of Whitley Road Elementary will continue to Parkwood Hill Intermediate, Hillwood Middle, and then Central High.
Willis Lane Elementary School
All of Willis Lane Elementary’s attendance zone attends South Keller Intermediate and Indian Springs Middle, however some portions previously attended Central High School while others attended Keller High School. Beginning with the 2016-17 school year, all students progressing out of Willis Lane Elementary will attend the renovated Indian Springs 5th-8th Grade Middle School and continue to Keller High School.