DISTRICT GROWTH

Killeen ISD currently enrolls 44,319 students and is the 26th largest school district in Texas.

The district has grown 13,711 students since its last bond election in 2002, and an average of nearly 600 students each year for the last 10 years. This growth rate is projected to continue, resulting in an additional 4,637 students by 2027-28.

HISTORICAL AND PROJECTED GROWTH



HISTORICAL ENROLLMENT BY MILITARY AFFILIATION

KISD’s growth over the past 10 years has been driven by its non-federally connected student population growth.



HISTORICAL AND PROJECTED GROWTH BY GRADE LEVEL

Grown by 4,106 elementary students since 2007-08
Projected to grow by an additional 2,338 students in the next 10 years
Dotted line: 2002 bond funds exhausted



MIDDLE

Grown by 1,205 middle school students since 2007-08
Projected to grow by an additional 609 students in the next 10 years
Dotted line: 2002 bond funds exhausted



HIGH

Grown by 2,209 high school students since 2007-08
Projected to grow by an additional 1,690 students in the next 10 years
Dotted line: 2002 bond funds exhausted



HIGH SCHOOL POPLUATION

Despite efforts to alleviate crowding at the high schools by opening the Early College High School and Career Center, 3 of the district’s 4 comprehensive high schools are over capacity.

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