School Attendance Zones
On April 17, 2019, the Lake Travis ISD School Attendance Zone Advisory Committee presented its recommendation for new school attendance zones to the Lake Travis school board. By unanimous vote, the school board approved the committee's recommendation on May 15, 2019.
New middle school attendance zones went into effect with the opening of Bee Cave Middle School in August 2019 while new elementary school attendance zones went into effect with the opening of Rough Hollow Elementary in August 2020.
There are two views of current elementary and middle school attendance zone boundaries: The Overview link below includes a snapshot of the entire district, while Detail link provides the opportunity to enlarge the map for street detail.
Middle School Attendance Zones
New Elementary School Attendance Zones
*Please note, Lake Travis ISD is a single high school district. The high school boundary zone incorporates both elementary and middle school boundaries.
In accordance with LTISD Board Policy FD (Local), “for purposes of establishing residency within the District, the foundation of the domicile in which the student resides must be located completely within district boundaries.”
A child may attend the LTISD school within the attendance zone associated with his/her residence. However, according to LTISD Board policy FDA Local, “a student who is not currently a resident student may be permitted to enroll if the student’s parent or legal guardian: 1.) is in the process of building a domicile within the District in which the foundation has been laid at the time of enrollment and the domicile is reasonably expected to be completed before the end of the school year; or 2.) will move into a leased or rented domicile within the District within 30 calendar days following the student’s enrollment.”
For questions or concerns regarding attendance zones boundaries, please contact the LTISD Deputy Superintendent’s Office at (512) 533-6483, or via email at email@example.com.