Students ages 5 to 21 who have not graduated from high school are entitled to a free public education in Dallas schools if they meet the age requirements for enrollment on Sept. 1. Below, you will find links to information that will assist you in the enrollment process.
- Find Your School
Not sure what school to attend, use our Find Your School form to learn which schools serve your address.
- School Choice Options
Dallas ISD provides elementary, middle and high school parents and guardians with an opportunity to choose their child’s school that is best for them. Learn more about Public School Choice options and available school models.
- Collegiate Academies
Collegiate academies are designed to serve incoming ninth-grade students who have the determination to attend college, are first-generation college students, and have been historically underrepresented in higher education.
- Magnet Schools
The districts magnet school system is made of magnets for high school students, academies for middle school students, and vanguards for elementary school students. The schools provide career-oriented or specialized curriculum in addition to academic subjects.
- Two-Way Dual Language
Dallas ISD is creating global citizens everyday by providing our students with the opportunity to learn two languages. English speakers can learn Spanish and Spanish speakers can learn English within a program called the “Two-Way Dual Language Program.” Learn which of our schools offer this exciting program.
- Enrollment Information
Learn what is required for you to enroll in a Dallas ISD school
- Your Enrollment Rights
Learn how federal law provides all students equal access to public education.
- Student Transfers
If you are in kindergarten through high school in the Dallas Independent School District, you may apply for a transfer from your assigned school to a school that better matches your interests or meets your needs.
- Find Your School