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19 school districts around Austin

From AISD to Leander, we’re giving you all the pertinent details about some of the districts in the Austin area.

A group of people stand in a parking lot in front of Lehman High, as seen from above.

Hays CISD has roughly two dozen schools, including Lehman High School.

Photo provided by Hays CISD.

The Austin metro area has dozens of school districts and ~300,000 students. We’re giving you the 411 on enrollment, student-teacher ratio, tuition, and more for the area’s major school districts. But don’t worry, there won’t be any homework.

Before we dive in, here are four fast facts about schools in the Capital City:

Austin ISD

  • Number of schools: 126
  • Number of students: ~74,000
  • Student-teacher ratio: 14:1
  • No. 54 most diverse school district in Texas
  • 89% graduation rate

Bastrop ISD

  • Number of schools: 14
  • Number of students: ~11,400
  • Student-teacher ratio: 16:1
  • No. 531 most-diverse school district in Texas
  • 95% graduation rate

Del Valle ISD

  • Number of schools: 14
  • Number of students: ~11,000
  • Student-teacher ratio: 13:1
  • No. 8 district with the best teachers in Travis County
  • 82% graduation rate

Dripping Springs ISD

  • Number of schools: 7
  • Number of students: ~8,000
  • Student-teacher ratio: 15:1
  • No. 1 district with the best teachers in Hays County
  • 98% graduation rate
A person in the distance walks out of Wagner Middle School.

Wagner Middle School is one of ~20 schools in Georgetown ISD.

Photo provided by Georgetown ISD.

Eanes ISD

  • Number of schools: 9
  • Number of students: ~7,900
  • Student-teacher ratio: 13:1
  • No. 1 best school district in Texas
  • 99% graduation rate

Elgin ISD

  • Number of schools: 7
  • Number of students: ~4,620
  • Student-teacher ratio: 16:1
  • No. 4 most diverse school district in Bastrop County
  • 67% graduation rate

Georgetown ISD

  • Number of schools: 21
  • Number of students: ~12,000
  • Student-teacher ratio: 13:1
  • No. 2 best school district for athletes in Williamson County
  • 93% graduation rate
An aerial image of Lake Travis High School.

Lake Travis ISD is considered one of the best school districts in the state for high school athletes.

Photo by Rob Greebon for Lake Travis ISD

Hays CISD

  • Number of schools: 25
  • Number of students: ~20,300
  • Student-teacher ratio: 15:1
  • No. 2 most diverse school district in Hays County
  • 90% graduation rate

Hutto ISD

  • Number of schools: 12
  • Number of students: ~8,400
  • Student-teacher ratio: 15:1
  • No. 3 most diverse school district in Williamson County
  • 94% graduation rate

Lago Vista ISD

  • Number of schools: 4
  • Number of students: ~1,00
  • Student-teacher ratio: 15:1
  • No. 6 best school district in Travis County
  • 97% graduation rate

Lake Travis ISD

  • Number of schools: 11
  • Number of students: ~11,400
  • Student-teacher ratio: 16:1
  • No. 1 best school district for athletes in the Austin area
  • 98% graduation rate

Leander ISD

  • Number of schools: 47
  • Number of students: ~40,300
  • Student-teacher ratio: 14:1
  • No. 1 best school district in Williamson County
  • 97% graduation rate

Liberty Hill ISD

  • Number of schools: 9
  • Number of students: ~5,500
  • Student-teacher ratio: 15:1
  • No. 2 district with the best teachers in Williamson County
  • 97% graduation rate

Manor ISD

  • Number of schools: 15
  • Number of students: ~9,200
  • Student-teacher ratio: 14:1
  • No. 306 most diverse school district in Texas
  • 78% graduation rate
A shot of the front of Stony Point high School.

With roughly 48,000 students, Round Rock ISD is one of the larger school districts in the Austin area.

Photo provided by Round Rock ISD.

Marble Falls ISD

  • Number of schools: 7
  • Number of students: ~4,100
  • Student-teacher ratio: 13:1
  • No. 278 most diverse school district in Texas
  • 85% graduation rate

Pflugerville ISD

  • Number of schools: 31
  • Number of students: ~25,000
  • Student-teacher ratio: 13:1
  • No. 1 most diverse school district in Travis County
  • 97% graduation rate

Round Rock ISD

  • Number of schools: 58
  • Number of students: ~48,300
  • Student-teacher ratio: 14:1
  • No. 2 best school district in Williamson County
  • 95% graduation rate

Taylor ISD

  • Number of schools: 6
  • Number of students: ~2,900
  • Student-teacher ratio: 13:1
  • No. 244 most diverse school district in Texas
  • 92% graduation rate

Wimberley ISD

  • Number of schools: 4
  • Number of students: ~2,560
  • Student-teacher ratio: 14:1
  • No. 1 best school district for athletes in Hays County
  • 100% graduation rate
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