List of schools of the Dallas Independent School District

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This is the list of schools of the Dallas Independent School District. For more information on the district, see the main article: Dallas Independent School District.

High schools[edit]

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5A Bryan Adams High School 2,104 151 12 11 10 9 32°49′37.57″N 96°40′48.45″W / 32.8271028°N 96.6801250°W / 32.8271028; -96.6801250 (Bryan Adams High School) Z L P opened 1957
David W. Carter High School 1,872 185 12 11 10 9 32°38′54.05″N 96°50′55.12″W / 32.6483472°N 96.8486444°W / 32.6483472; -96.8486444 (David W. Carter High School) Z L P opened 1966
Moisés E. Molina High School 2,417 150 12 11 10 9 32°43′23.90″N 96°54′38.37″W / 32.7233056°N 96.9106583°W / 32.7233056; -96.9106583 Z L P opened 1997
W. W. Samuell High School 1,880 126 12 11 10 9 32°44′45.80″N 96°40′06.30″W / 32.7460556°N 96.6684167°W / 32.7460556; -96.6684167 Z L P opened 1957; replaced Pleasant Grove High School
Skyline High School 4,596 280 12 11 10 9 32°46′47.94″N 96°41′20.12″W / 32.7799833°N 96.6889222°W / 32.7799833; -96.6889222 Z L P opened 1971
Sunset High School 2,111 120 12 11 10 9 32°44′47.22″N 96°51′15.30″W / 32.7464500°N 96.8542500°W / 32.7464500; -96.8542500 Z L P opened 1925
W. T. White High School 2,253 130 12 11 10 9 32°54′58.50″N 96°49′51.20″W / 32.9162500°N 96.8308889°W / 32.9162500; -96.8308889 Z L P W opened 1964
4A W. H. Adamson High School 1,233 78 12 11 10 9 32°44′50.87″N 96°49′19.58″W / 32.7474639°N 96.8221056°W / 32.7474639; -96.8221056 Z L P opened 1915 as Oak Cliff High School; renamed 1939
Hillcrest High School 1,697 105 12 11 10 9 32°52′58.70″N 96°47′08.11″W / 32.8829722°N 96.7855861°W / 32.8829722; -96.7855861 Z L P opened 1938 as Vickery High School; expanded and renamed in 1954
Thomas Jefferson High School 1,658 102 12 11 10 9 32°52′51.07″N 96°50′42.11″W / 32.8808528°N 96.8450306°W / 32.8808528; -96.8450306 Z L P W opened 1956
Justin F. Kimball High School 1,634 91 12 11 10 9 32°41′57.92″N 96°52′39.02″W / 32.6994222°N 96.8775056°W / 32.6994222; -96.8775056 Z L P opened 1958
Lincoln High School 1,245 97 12 11 10 9 32°45′16.90″N 96°45′00.99″W / 32.7546944°N 96.7502750°W / 32.7546944; -96.7502750 Z L P opened 1939
North Dallas High School 1,715 108 12 11 10 9 32°48′37.25″N 96°47′41.76″W / 32.8103472°N 96.7949333°W / 32.8103472; -96.7949333 Z L P opened 1922
L. G. Pinkston High School 1,153 67 12 11 10 9 32°46′54.23″N 96°51′31.08″W / 32.7817306°N 96.8586333°W / 32.7817306; -96.8586333 Z L P opened 1964
Seagoville High School 1,155 84 12 11 10 9 32°40′40.06″N 96°35′00.28″W / 32.6777944°N 96.5834111°W / 32.6777944; -96.5834111 Z L P opened at present site in 1980
A. Maceo Smith High School 1,145 61 12 11 10 9 32°41′33.22″N 96°45′56.08″W / 32.6925611°N 96.7655778°W / 32.6925611; -96.7655778 Z L P W established 1977; opened at present site in 1988
South Oak Cliff High School 1,533 88 12 11 10 9 32°41′59.32″N 96°48′55.72″W / 32.6998111°N 96.8154778°W / 32.6998111; -96.8154778 Z L P opened 1952
H. Grady Spruce High School 1,516 200 12 11 10 9 32°42′33.90″N 96°39′15.36″W / 32.7094167°N 96.6542667°W / 32.7094167; -96.6542667 Z L P opened 1963; replaced Rylie High School
Woodrow Wilson High School 1,456 90 12 11 10 9 32°48′20.01″N 96°45′01.92″W / 32.8055583°N 96.7505333°W / 32.8055583; -96.7505333 Z L P opened 1928
3A James Madison High School 602 12 11 10 9 32°46′16.56″N 96°45′53.73″W / 32.7712667°N 96.7649250°W / 32.7712667; -96.7649250 Z L P formerly Forest Avenue High School
Franklin D. Roosevelt High School 931 67 12 11 10 9 32°44′30.12″N 96°47′43.28″W / 32.7417000°N 96.7953556°W / 32.7417000; -96.7953556 Z L P opened 1963
N/A Emmett Conrad High School 10 9 32°52′35.14″N 96°45′07.18″W / 32.8764278°N 96.7519944°W / 32.8764278; -96.7519944 Z L opened 2006
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Maya Angelou High School 12 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 32°46′31.43″N 96°47′37.86″W / 32.7753972°N 96.7938500°W / 32.7753972; -96.7938500 L
Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Magnet Center 2075 85 12 11 10 9 32°45′07.94″N 96°48′24.33″W / 32.7522056°N 96.8067583°W / 32.7522056; -96.8067583 L W
School for the Talented & Gifted 198 15 12 11 10 9 32°45′07.94″N 96°48′24.33″W / 32.7522056°N 96.8067583°W / 32.7522056; -96.8067583 L 2003 National Blue Ribbon School [1]
School of Business & Management 12 11 10 9 32°45′07.94″N 96°48′24.33″W / 32.7522056°N 96.8067583°W / 32.7522056; -96.8067583 L 2008 National Blue Ribbon School,[2] Ranked 6th out of top 10 high schools in North Texas by Children at Risk in 2012
School of Education and Social Services 12 11 10 9 32°45′07.94″N 96°48′24.33″W / 32.7522056°N 96.8067583°W / 32.7522056; -96.8067583 L
School of Government, Law, & Law Enforcement 12 11 10 9 32°45′07.94″N 96°48′24.33″W / 32.7522056°N 96.8067583°W / 32.7522056; -96.8067583 L
School of Health Professions 12 11 10 9 32°45′07.94″N 96°48′24.33″W / 32.7522056°N 96.8067583°W / 32.7522056; -96.8067583 L
Science and Engineering Magnet 383 19 12 11 10 9 32°45′07.94″N 96°48′24.33″W / 32.7522056°N 96.8067583°W / 32.7522056; -96.8067583 L W 2005 National Blue Ribbon School [1]
Middle College High School (El Centro College) 132 12 11 10 9 32°46′47.20″N 96°48′18.94″W / 32.7797778°N 96.8052611°W / 32.7797778; -96.8052611 L
School Community Guidance Center 12 11 10 9 8 7 L
Irma Lerma Rangel Young Women's Leadership School 24 10 9 8 7 6 32°46′26.35″N 96°45′37.66″W / 32.7739861°N 96.7604611°W / 32.7739861; -96.7604611 L girls only; planned to go to grades 6-12 by 2008-2009
Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts 705 55 12 11 10 9 32°47′28.26″N 96°47′47.60″W / 32.7911833°N 96.7965556°W / 32.7911833; -96.7965556 L W est. 1884 as "Colored School No. 2" and renamed in 1902 as Booker T. Washington High School[3] 1994-96 National Blue Ribbon School[4]

Middle schools[edit]

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Pearl C. Anderson Middle Learning Center 574 80 8 7 6 32°45′32.88″N 96°44′37.79″W / 32.7591333°N 96.7438306°W / 32.7591333; -96.7438306 Z L P opened 1963
William Hawley Atwell Law Academy 801 60 8 7 6 32°40′37.66″N 96°50′35.72″W / 32.6771278°N 96.8432556°W / 32.6771278; -96.8432556 Z L P opened 1965; previously Atwell Fundamental Academy, 1986-87 National Blue Ribbon School [4]
T. W. Browne Middle School 1,096 67 8 7 32°41′46.88″N 96°52′33.66″W / 32.6963556°N 96.8760167°W / 32.6963556; -96.8760167 Z L P opened 1965
Edward H. Cary Middle School 1,094 8 7 6 32°52′58.85″N 96°50′50.92″W / 32.8830139°N 96.8474778°W / 32.8830139; -96.8474778 Z L P opened 1959
E. B. Comstock Middle School 935 8 7 32°43′17.85″N 96°42′04.24″W / 32.7216250°N 96.7011778°W / 32.7216250; -96.7011778 Z L P opened 1962
Billy E. Dade Middle Learning Center 48 8 7 6 32°46′16.99″N 96°46′13.66″W / 32.7713861°N 96.7704611°W / 32.7713861; -96.7704611 Z L P elementary school prior to 2006-2007; formerly named John Henry Brown (Elementary) School
Dallas Environmental Science Academy Middle School 177 15 8 7 6 L
Thomas A. Edison Middle Learning Center 657 8 7 32°46′41.37″N 96°52′06.56″W / 32.7781583°N 96.8684889°W / 32.7781583; -96.8684889 Z L P opened 1948 as an elementary school; expanded and repurposed as a junior high school in 1967
Fred F. Florence Middle School 1,101 69 8 7 Z L P opened 1963; replaced S.S. Conner Junior High School (now demolished)
Benjamin Franklin Middle School 1,077 8 7 6 32°53′08.85″N 96°47′08.83″W / 32.8857917°N 96.7857861°W / 32.8857917; -96.7857861 Z L P opened 1957
W. H. Gaston Middle School 856 59 8 7 32°49′31.70″N 96°41′36.48″W / 32.8254722°N 96.6934667°W / 32.8254722; -96.6934667 Z L P opened 1954
W. E. Greiner Middle School and Exploratory Arts Academy 1,551 8 7 32°44′26.46″N 96°50′42.01″W / 32.7406833°N 96.8450028°W / 32.7406833; -96.8450028 Z L P W opened 1934 in former Winnetka School building (built in 1915). Campus was demolished and rebuilt 1987-1988.
Robert T. Hill Middle School 793 53 8 7 32°51′23.72″N 96°42′16.25″W / 32.8565889°N 96.7045139°W / 32.8565889; -96.7045139 Z L P opened 1959
Oliver Wendell Holmes Middle School and Classical Academy 929 80 8 7 6 32°42′55.48″N 96°47′28.50″W / 32.7154111°N 96.7912500°W / 32.7154111; -96.7912500 Z L P opened 1956
John B. Hood Middle School 1,390 80 8 7 32°45′29.69″N 96°41′22.33″W / 32.7582472°N 96.6895361°W / 32.7582472; -96.6895361 Z L P opened 1956
D. A. Hulcy Middle School 636 42 8 7 6 32°38′07.46″N 96°50′27.82″W / 32.6354056°N 96.8410611°W / 32.6354056; -96.8410611 Z L P opened 1970
Maynard Jackson Middle School 434 38 8 7 6 32°41′37.94″N 96°45′59.61″W / 32.6938722°N 96.7665583°W / 32.6938722; -96.7665583 Z L P elementary school prior to 2006-2007
Harold Wendell Lang Sr. Middle School 8 7 6 opened 2006[5]
Learning Alternative Center for Empowering Youth (LACEY) 192 8 7 L
J. L. Long Middle School 770 8 7 6 32°48′25.26″N 96°44′57.67″W / 32.8070167°N 96.7493528°W / 32.8070167; -96.7493528 Z L P W opened 1928
Henry W. Longfellow Career Exploration Academy 395 8 7 6 32°50′55.33″N 96°49′10.63″W / 32.8487028°N 96.8196194°W / 32.8487028; -96.8196194 L W opened 1950; 2007 National Blue Ribbon School[6]
Thomas C. Marsh Middle School 1,321 72 8 7 6 32°54′45.18″N 96°51′00.93″W / 32.9125500°N 96.8502583°W / 32.9125500; -96.8502583 Z L P opened 1963
Francisco F. "Pancho" Medrano Middle School 8 7 6 L opened 2007
Raúl Quintanilla Sr. Middle School 1,075 85 8 7 32°45′46.53″N 96°51′56.72″W / 32.7629250°N 96.8657556°W / 32.7629250; -96.8657556 Z L P opened 1997
Thomas J. Rusk Middle School 704 39 8 7 32°49′28.67″N 96°50′00.53″W / 32.8246306°N 96.8334806°W / 32.8246306; -96.8334806 Z L P opened 1952
Seagoville Middle School 971 8 7 6 32°40′54.24″N 96°35′00.06″W / 32.6817333°N 96.5833500°W / 32.6817333; -96.5833500 Z L P opened 1980; moved to present site in 1989
Alex W. Spence Middle School 804 8 7 6 32°48′27.35″N 96°47′15.96″W / 32.8075972°N 96.7877667°W / 32.8075972; -96.7877667 Z L P opened 1938
L. V. Stockard Middle School 791 8 7 32°43′18.33″N 96°52′05.55″W / 32.7217583°N 96.8682083°W / 32.7217583; -96.8682083 Z L P opened 1955
Boude Storey Middle School 1,001 8 7 6 Z L P opened 1930
Sam Tasby Middle School 8 7 6 32°52′28.98″N 96°45′32.94″W / 32.8747167°N 96.7591500°W / 32.8747167; -96.7591500 Z L opened 2006
Ewell D. Walker Middle School 50 8 7 6 32°55′11.56″N 96°48′36.59″W / 32.9198778°N 96.8101639°W / 32.9198778; -96.8101639 Z L P opened 1974
Sarah Zumwalt Middle School 676 47 8 7 6 32°41′25.90″N 96°46′54.40″W / 32.6905278°N 96.7817778°W / 32.6905278; -96.7817778 Z L P opened 1958

Primary/Secondary schools[edit]

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George Bannerman Dealey Montessori Academy 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°53′43.04″N 96°47′32.15″W / 32.8952889°N 96.7922639°W / 32.8952889; -96.7922639 L opened 1955
Harry Stone Montessori Academy 470 40 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°41′36.83″N 96°46′59.13″W / 32.6935639°N 96.7830917°W / 32.6935639; -96.7830917 L opened 1959
William B. Travis Academy/Vanguard for the Academically Talented and Gifted 376 27 8 7 6 5 4 32°48′05.46″N 96°48′04.90″W / 32.8015167°N 96.8013611°W / 32.8015167; -96.8013611 L opened 1958

Elementary schools[edit]

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Nathan Adams Elementary School 603 36 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°55′18.39″N 96°49′44.23″W / 32.9217750°N 96.8289528°W / 32.9217750; -96.8289528 Z L P W opened 1969
John Quincy Adams Elementary School 923 65 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°44′06.16″N 96°40′45.99″W / 32.7350444°N 96.6794417°W / 32.7350444; -96.6794417 Z L P
Birdie Alexander Elementary School 660 35 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°39′23.25″N 96°50′52.19″W / 32.6564583°N 96.8478306°W / 32.6564583; -96.8478306 Z L P opened 1968
Gabe P. Allen Elementary School 556 37 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°46′53.61″N 96°54′26.88″W / 32.7815583°N 96.9074667°W / 32.7815583; -96.9074667 Z L P opened 1954
William M. Anderson Elementary School 850 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′19.08″N 96°39′22.03″W / 32.7219667°N 96.6561194°W / 32.7219667; -96.6561194 Z L P opened 1958
Arcadia Park Elementary School 736 50 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P opened 1924; moved to present location in 2004
Arlington Park Community Learning Center 16 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°48′55.04″N 96°51′07.99″W / 32.8152889°N 96.8522194°W / 32.8152889; -96.8522194 Z L P
Bayles Elementary School 44 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°48′04.48″N 96°42′22.79″W / 32.8012444°N 96.7063306°W / 32.8012444; -96.7063306 Z L P W opened 1912; moved to present location in 1962
Mary McLeod Bethune Elementary School 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′35.83″N 96°54′33.90″W / 32.7266194°N 96.9094167°W / 32.7266194; -96.9094167 Z L P opened 1996
W. A. Blair Elementary School 31 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°42′32.92″N 96°41′21.36″W / 32.7091444°N 96.6892667°W / 32.7091444; -96.6892667 Z L P opened 1960
Annie Webb Blanton Elementary School 43 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°45′04.25″N 96°40′09.08″W / 32.7511806°N 96.6691889°W / 32.7511806; -96.6691889 Z L P opened 1956
James B. Bonham Elementary School 29 3 2 1 K PK 32°49′00.71″N 96°46′52.53″W / 32.8168639°N 96.7812583°W / 32.8168639; -96.7812583 Z L P W opened 1923; originally Vickery Place Public School; 2010 National Blue Ribbon School;[4] 2009 NCUST Award Winner
Felix G. Botello Elementary School 33 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L opened 2006
James Bowie Elementary School 60 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°45′08.52″N 96°48′54.66″W / 32.7523667°N 96.8151833°W / 32.7523667; -96.8151833 Z L P 2000-01 National Blue Ribbon School [4]
Jimmie Tyler Brashear Elementary School 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L opened 2006
John Neely Bryan Elementary School 36 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°42′39.90″N 96°47′41.95″W / 32.7110833°N 96.7949861°W / 32.7110833; -96.7949861 Z L P opened 1952
Harrell Budd Elementary School 42 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′19.11″N 96°48′53.29″W / 32.7219750°N 96.8148028°W / 32.7219750; -96.8148028 L
Rufus C. Burleson Elementary School 22 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′09.79″N 96°42′47.21″W / 32.7193861°N 96.7131139°W / 32.7193861; -96.7131139 Z L P opened 1956
David G. Burnet Elementary School 79 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°52′34.96″N 96°52′07.36″W / 32.8763778°N 96.8687111°W / 32.8763778; -96.8687111 Z L P opened 1956
W. W. Bushman Elementary School 47 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°42′31.10″N 96°46′26.75″W / 32.7086389°N 96.7740972°W / 32.7086389; -96.7740972 Z L P opened 1957
William L. Cabell Elementary School 594 42 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°55′07.12″N 96°51′54.70″W / 32.9186444°N 96.8651944°W / 32.9186444; -96.8651944 Z L P opened 1958
F. P. Caillet Elementary School 743 43 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°53′18.34″N 96°52′32.25″W / 32.8884278°N 96.8756250°W / 32.8884278; -96.8756250 Z L P opened 1956
John W. Carpenter Elementary School 420 27 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°41′42.32″N 96°51′05.10″W / 32.6950889°N 96.8514167°W / 32.6950889; -96.8514167 Z L P opened 1961
C. F. Carr Elementary School 304 20 3 2 1 K PK 32°47′16.82″N 96°51′08.53″W / 32.7880056°N 96.8523694°W / 32.7880056; -96.8523694 Z L P opened 1951
George W. Carver Learning Center 526 53 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°47′16.57″N 96°51′57.49″W / 32.7879361°N 96.8659694°W / 32.7879361; -96.8659694 Z L P opened 1954; 2003 National Blue Ribbon School [1]
Casa View Elementary School 1,053 62 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°50′44.68″N 96°40′33.97″W / 32.8457444°N 96.6761028°W / 32.8457444; -96.6761028 Z L P opened 1953
Central Elementary School 555 28 5 4 3 32°39′25.51″N 96°32′15.15″W / 32.6570861°N 96.5375417°W / 32.6570861; -96.5375417 Z L P opened 1989; originally served as Seagoville High School
César Chávez Learning Center 790 60 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°48′13.22″N 96°46′50.54″W / 32.8036722°N 96.7807056°W / 32.8036722; -96.7807056 Z L P opened 1997
Leonides Cigarroa Elementary School 716 42 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°52′48.78″N 96°51′50.60″W / 32.8802167°N 96.8640556°W / 32.8802167; -96.8640556 Z L opened 2006
City Park Elementary School 266 24 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P
Nancy J. Cochran Elementary School 632 38 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK L opened 1969
S. S. Conner Elementary School 638 37 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°48′28.98″N 96°41′40.26″W / 32.8080500°N 96.6945167°W / 32.8080500; -96.6945167 Z L P opened 1965
Leila P. Cowart Elementary School 1124 65 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′41.43″N 96°52′10.39″W / 32.7281750°N 96.8695528°W / 32.7281750; -96.8695528 L
Gilbert Cuellar, Sr. Elementary School 946 50 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P opened 1996
B. F. Darrell Elementary School 388 30 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P Closing in Spring 2009.[7]
Everette L. DeGolyer Elementary School 450 30 5 4 3 2 1 K 32°54′13.08″N 96°51′41.92″W / 32.9036333°N 96.8616444°W / 32.9036333; -96.8616444 Z L P opened 1961
Lorenzo DeZavala Elementary School 326 24 3 2 1 K PK 32°46′50.65″N 96°50′21.72″W / 32.7807361°N 96.8393667°W / 32.7807361; -96.8393667 Z L P
L. O. Donald Elementary School 766 45 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′57.08″N 96°53′13.95″W / 32.7325222°N 96.8872083°W / 32.7325222; -96.8872083 Z L P opened 1949
Julius Dorsey Elementary School 482 34 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°42′47.24″N 96°39′27.76″W / 32.7131222°N 96.6577111°W / 32.7131222; -96.6577111 Z L P opened 1964
Frederick Douglass Elementary School 425 25 3 2 1 K PK 32°42′56.23″N 96°41′56.95″W / 32.7156194°N 96.6991528°W / 32.7156194; -96.6991528 Z L P opened 1988; named for original Frederick Douglass School in West Dallas
Paul L. Dunbar Elementary School 376 39 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P
Amelia Earhart Elementary School 365 42 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°47′06.15″N 96°52′27.42″W / 32.7850417°N 96.8742833°W / 32.7850417; -96.8742833 Z L P opened 1957; 2007 National Blue Ribbon School [6]
J. N. Ervin Elementary School 663 40 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P opened 1964
James W. Fannin Elementary School 378 30 3 2 1 K PK 32°48′20.06″N 96°46′34.77″W / 32.8055722°N 96.7763250°W / 32.8055722; -96.7763250 Z L P
Tom W. Field Elementary School 537 33 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°53′45.78″N 96°54′21.60″W / 32.8960500°N 96.9060000°W / 32.8960500; -96.9060000 Z L P
Stephen C. Foster Elementary School 1012 59 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°52′12.22″N 96°51′13.22″W / 32.8700611°N 96.8536722°W / 32.8700611; -96.8536722 Z L P opened 1953
Anne Frank Elementary School 1133 67 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°56′51.24″N 96°49′04.05″W / 32.9475667°N 96.8177917°W / 32.9475667; -96.8177917 Z L P W opened 1997
Julia C. Frazier Elementary School 142 16 3 2 1 K Z L P
Charles A. Gill Elementary School 1103 60 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK L opened 1957
Henry B. Gonzalez Elementary School 816 46 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L opened 2006
Tom C. Gooch Elementary School 402 31 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°55′02.32″N 96°50′41.10″W / 32.9173111°N 96.8447500°W / 32.9173111; -96.8447500 Z L P opened 1965
Frank Guzick Elementary School 46 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L opened 2007
Lenore Kirk Hall Elementary School 777 45 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′20.48″N 96°52′53.16″W / 32.7223556°N 96.8814333°W / 32.7223556; -96.8814333 Z L P opened 1956
N. W. Harllee Elementary School 270 26 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°45′02.86″N 96°48′20.92″W / 32.7507944°N 96.8058111°W / 32.7507944; -96.8058111 Z L P
Nathaniel Hawthorne Elementary School 50 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°44′32.12″N 96°41′17.48″W / 32.7422556°N 96.6881889°W / 32.7422556; -96.6881889 Z L P opened 1957
Margaret B. Henderson Elementary School 55 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′25.89″N 96°50′38.01″W / 32.7238583°N 96.8438917°W / 32.7238583; -96.8438917 Z L P opened 1940
Onesimo Hernandez Elementary School 39 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°49′12.09″N 96°50′11.23″W / 32.8200250°N 96.8364528°W / 32.8200250; -96.8364528 Z L P opened 1996
Victor H. Hexter Elementary School 487 42 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°50′59.42″N 96°42′32.30″W / 32.8498389°N 96.7089722°W / 32.8498389; -96.7089722 Z L P opened 1955
Highland Meadows Elementary School 37 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°52′14.05″N 96°41′14.93″W / 32.8705694°N 96.6874806°W / 32.8705694; -96.6874806 Z L P opened 2004; will switch to only grades 7-8 in 2007-2008
James S. Hogg Elementary School 40 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°45′23.67″N 96°49′31.29″W / 32.7565750°N 96.8253583°W / 32.7565750; -96.8253583 Z L P
Lida Hooe Elementary School 536 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°44′26.59″N 96°51′26.77″W / 32.7407194°N 96.8574361°W / 32.7407194; -96.8574361 Z L P
L. L. Hotchkiss Elementary School 64 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°51′29.86″N 96°44′26.63″W / 32.8582944°N 96.7407306°W / 32.8582944; -96.7407306 Z L P opened 1962
Sam Houston Elementary School 27 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°48′36.74″N 96°48′47.38″W / 32.8102056°N 96.8131611°W / 32.8102056; -96.8131611 Z L P opened 1912
John Ireland Elementary School 56 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°44′21.09″N 96°42′02.65″W / 32.7391917°N 96.7007361°W / 32.7391917; -96.7007361 Z L P W opened 1956
Stonewall Jackson Elementary School 39 5 4 3 2 1 K 32°50′09.90″N 96°46′00.56″W / 32.8360833°N 96.7668222°W / 32.8360833; -96.7668222 Z L P W opened 1940; 1998-99 National Blue Ribbon School [4]
Albert Sidney Johnston Elementary School 41 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°44′16.75″N 96°47′34.72″W / 32.7379861°N 96.7929778°W / 32.7379861; -96.7929778 Z L P W opened 1956
Anson Jones Elementary School 59 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°44′33.82″N 96°53′06.06″W / 32.7427278°N 96.8850167°W / 32.7427278; -96.8850167 L opened 1956
Barbara Jordan Elementary School 58 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P opened 1952 as Jefferson Davis School
Jerry R. Junkins Elementary School 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°58′26.80″N 96°51′24.03″W / 32.9741111°N 96.8566750°W / 32.9741111; -96.8566750 Z L W opened 2006
Louise Wolff Kahn Elementary School 6 5 4 3 2 1 K 32°45′03.51″N 96°51′34.56″W / 32.7509750°N 96.8596000°W / 32.7509750; -96.8596000 L opened 1997
John F. Kennedy Learning Center 62 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°48′36.23″N 96°46′27.82″W / 32.8100639°N 96.7743944°W / 32.8100639; -96.7743944 Z L P opened 1996
Edwin J. Kiest Elementary School 6 5 4 3 2 1 K L opened 1955
Martin Luther King, Jr. Learning Center 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P W originally named Colonial School
Kleberg Elementary School 45 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°41′05.15″N 96°36′02.18″W / 32.6847639°N 96.6006056°W / 32.6847639; -96.6006056 Z L P
Obadiah Knight Elementary School 53 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°50′11.49″N 96°51′05.48″W / 32.8365250°N 96.8515222°W / 32.8365250; -96.8515222 Z L P opened 1928
Arthur Kramer Elementary School 45 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°54′06.15″N 96°46′59.83″W / 32.9017083°N 96.7832861°W / 32.9017083; -96.7832861 Z L P W opened 1957
Richard Lagow Elementary School 43 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°42′06.91″N 96°38′10.81″W / 32.7019194°N 96.6363361°W / 32.7019194; -96.6363361 Z L P opened 1964
Lakewood Elementary School 40 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P opened 1936; 2008 National Blue Ribbon School[2]
Sidney Lanier Elementary School Vanguard for Expressive Arts 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°46′08.81″N 96°50′36.98″W / 32.7691139°N 96.8436056°W / 32.7691139; -96.8436056 Z L P 1987-88 National Blue Ribbon School [4]
Robert E. Lee Elementary School 382 34 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°49′27.69″N 96°45′58.75″W / 32.8243583°N 96.7663194°W / 32.8243583; -96.7663194 Z L P
Umphrey Lee Elementary School 462 34 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°39′11.19″N 96°50′08.51″W / 32.6531083°N 96.8356972°W / 32.6531083; -96.8356972 Z L P opened 1960
William Lipscomb Elementary School 410 27 3 2 1 K PK 32°48′25.25″N 96°45′24.69″W / 32.8070139°N 96.7568583°W / 32.8070139; -96.7568583 Z L P
Lisbon Elementary School 413 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°41′52.35″N 96°47′44.12″W / 32.6978750°N 96.7955889°W / 32.6978750; -96.7955889 L
Jack Lowe Sr. Elementary School 47 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°52′24.02″N 96°45′34.21″W / 32.8733389°N 96.7595028°W / 32.8733389; -96.7595028 Z L opened 2006
B. H. Macon Elementary School 667 44 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′21.96″N 96°40′23.60″W / 32.7227667°N 96.6732222°W / 32.7227667; -96.6732222 Z L P
Maple Lawn Elementary School 745 44 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°49′35.33″N 96°49′45.10″W / 32.8264806°N 96.8291944°W / 32.8264806; -96.8291944 Z L P opened 1921
Herbert Marcus Elementary School 1148 70 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°54′15.37″N 96°52′47.77″W / 32.9042694°N 96.8799361°W / 32.9042694; -96.8799361 Z L P opened 1963
Thomas L. Marsalis Elementary School 623 38 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P opened 1958
Eladio R. Martinez Learning Center 50 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P
Eduardo Mata Elementary School 540 29 5 4 Z L P opened 1997
Ronald E. McNair Elementary School 36 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P opened 1988
Lee A. McShan Jr. Elementary School 40 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°53′17.04″N 96°45′40.10″W / 32.8880667°N 96.7611389°W / 32.8880667; -96.7611389 Z L opened 2005
Esperanza "Hope" Medrano Elementary School 44 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°48′31.65″N 96°49′35.84″W / 32.8087917°N 96.8266222°W / 32.8087917; -96.8266222 Z L P opened 1998
Ben Milam Elementary School 25 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′08.26″N 96°46′48.10″W / 32.7189611°N 96.7800278°W / 32.7189611; -96.7800278 Z L P 2008 National Blue Ribbon School[2]
William Brown Miller Elementary School 31 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°48′59.32″N 96°47′25.89″W / 32.8164778°N 96.7905250°W / 32.8164778; -96.7905250 Z L P opened 1956
Roger Q. Mills Elementary School 38 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′56.31″N 96°48′08.92″W / 32.7323083°N 96.8024778°W / 32.7323083; -96.8024778 Z L P
Maria Moreno Elementary School 1069 56 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′27.35″N 96°51′27.72″W / 32.7242639°N 96.8577000°W / 32.7242639; -96.8577000 Z L P opened 1996
Nancy Moseley Elementary School 48 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°41′23.35″N 96°38′27.80″W / 32.6898194°N 96.6410556°W / 32.6898194; -96.6410556 Z L P opened 1959
Mount Auburn Elementary School 47 3 2 1 K PK 32°47′47.87″N 96°44′37.05″W / 32.7966306°N 96.7436250°W / 32.7966306; -96.7436250 Z L P opened 1925
Clara Oliver Elementary School 25 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°41′43.90″N 96°48′40.78″W / 32.6955278°N 96.8113278°W / 32.6955278; -96.8113278 Z L P opened 1955
George Peabody Elementary School 55 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°44′33.73″N 96°52′22.30″W / 32.7427028°N 96.8728611°W / 32.7427028; -96.8728611 Z L P opened 1952
Elisha M. Pease Elementary School 30 3 2 1 K PK 32°41′52.34″N 96°46′25.47″W / 32.6978722°N 96.7737417°W / 32.6978722; -96.7737417 Z L P opened 1953
John F. Peeler Elementary School 42 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°44′17.46″N 96°49′54.31″W / 32.7381833°N 96.8317528°W / 32.7381833; -96.8317528 Z L P
John J. Pershing Elementary School 34 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°53′13.10″N 96°48′36.07″W / 32.8869722°N 96.8100194°W / 32.8869722; -96.8100194 Z L P opened 1956
Pleasant Grove Elementary School 997 58 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°44′18.24″N 96°39′21.05″W / 32.7384000°N 96.6558472°W / 32.7384000; -96.6558472 Z L P opened 1996
K. B. Polk Center for Academically Talented and Gifted 50 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°50′33.98″N 96°49′54.32″W / 32.8427722°N 96.8317556°W / 32.8427722; -96.8317556 Z L P opened 1963; school originally established 1941
Preston Hollow Elementary School 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°52′50.07″N 96°47′43.75″W / 32.8805750°N 96.7954861°W / 32.8805750; -96.7954861 Z L P W
J. W. Ray Learning Center 42 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°48′06.34″N 96°47′22.41″W / 32.8017611°N 96.7895583°W / 32.8017611; -96.7895583 Z L P opened 1939
John H. Reagan Elementary School 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°44′48.63″N 96°49′50.94″W / 32.7468417°N 96.8308167°W / 32.7468417; -96.8308167 Z L P
Martha Turner Reilly Elementary School 36 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK L opened 1956
Reinhardt Elementary School 45 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK L
Joseph J. Rhoads Learning Center 50 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°45′49.02″N 96°44′54.28″W / 32.7636167°N 96.7484111°W / 32.7636167; -96.7484111 Z L P
Charles Rice Elementary School 52 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°45′21.89″N 96°45′41.98″W / 32.7560806°N 96.7616611°W / 32.7560806; -96.7616611 Z L P
Oran M. Roberts Elementary School 42 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P
Dan D. Rogers Elementary School 58 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°51′05.87″N 96°45′08.20″W / 32.8516306°N 96.7522778°W / 32.8516306; -96.7522778 Z L P opened 1955
Rosemont Elementary School 6 5 4 3 32°45′06.25″N 96°50′48.77″W / 32.7517361°N 96.8468806°W / 32.7517361; -96.8468806 Z L P
Rosemont Primary School – Chris V. Semos Campus 2 1 K PK L opened 2005
Edna Rowe Elementary School 60 6 5 4 3 2 1 K 32°47′05.61″N 96°42′23.74″W / 32.7848917°N 96.7065944°W / 32.7848917; -96.7065944 Z L P opened 1967
John W. Runyon Elementary School 59 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P opened 1968
Clinton P. Russell Elementary School 22 5 4 32°42′33.38″N 96°49′25.82″W / 32.7092722°N 96.8238389°W / 32.7092722; -96.8238389 Z L P opened 1938
Arturo Salazar Elementary School 75 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK L opened 2006
Julian T. Saldivar Elementary School 1161 63 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°51′53.68″N 96°52′23.43″W / 32.8649111°N 96.8731750°W / 32.8649111; -96.8731750 Z L P opened 1996
San Jacinto Elementary School 45 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°45′27.03″N 96°41′09.61″W / 32.7575083°N 96.6860028°W / 32.7575083; -96.6860028 Z L P opened 1952
Alex Sanger Elementary School 31 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°48′49.16″N 96°42′36.02″W / 32.8136556°N 96.7100056°W / 32.8136556; -96.7100056 L opened 1956
Seagoville Elementary School 45 2 1 K PK 32°38′29.40″N 96°32′23.23″W / 32.6415000°N 96.5397861°W / 32.6415000; -96.5397861 Z L P
Erasmo Seguin Community Learning Center 34 3 2 1 K PK 32°42′29.61″N 96°49′27.15″W / 32.7082250°N 96.8242083°W / 32.7082250; -96.8242083 Z L P
Sequoyah Learning Center 41 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°47′11.27″N 96°51′51.08″W / 32.7864639°N 96.8641889°W / 32.7864639; -96.8641889 Z L P opened 1958 as junior high school; converted to elementary school in 1967
Ascher Silberstein Elementary School 62 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°46′03.54″N 96°43′11.24″W / 32.7676500°N 96.7197889°W / 32.7676500; -96.7197889 L opened 1956
Celestino Mauricio Soto Jr. Elementary School 43 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P opened 2006
J. P. Starks Elementary School 39 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°43′19.10″N 96°46′26.60″W / 32.7219722°N 96.7740556°W / 32.7219722; -96.7740556 Z L P opened 1988; named for J.P. Starks School that was closed in 1966
Leslie A. Stemmons Elementary School 60 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°42′57.60″N 96°54′02.51″W / 32.7160000°N 96.9006972°W / 32.7160000; -96.9006972 Z L P opened 1963
Stevens Park Elementary School 53 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°45′36.20″N 96°51′53.48″W / 32.7600556°N 96.8648556°W / 32.7600556; -96.8648556 Z L P opened 1955
Jill Stone Elementary School 352 22 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°51′55.82″N 96°44′58.91″W / 32.8655056°N 96.7496972°W / 32.8655056; -96.7496972 Z L P opened 1997
C. A. Tatum Jr. Elementary School 42 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°45′48.25″N 96°39′20.32″W / 32.7634028°N 96.6556444°W / 32.7634028; -96.6556444 Z L opened 2006
T. G. Terry Elementary School 37 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°39′57.13″N 96°49′46.93″W / 32.6658694°N 96.8297028°W / 32.6658694; -96.8297028 Z L P opened 1957
H. S. Thompson Learning Center 53 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°44′45.71″N 96°45′11.13″W / 32.7460306°N 96.7530917°W / 32.7460306; -96.7530917 Z L P opened 1952
Robert L. Thornton Elementary School 45 5 4 3 2 1 K PK L opened 1963
Edward Titche Elementary School 55 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P opened 1961
Thomas Tolbert Elementary School 717 45 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°41′57.98″N 96°53′18.14″W / 32.6994389°N 96.8883722°W / 32.6994389; -96.8883722 Z L P opened 1996
George W. Truett Elementary School 80 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK L opened 1957
Adelle Turner Elementary School 35 5 4 3 2 1 K Z L P opened 1965
Mark Twain Fundamental Vanguard 42 5 4 3 2 1 K PK L opened 1957
Urban Park Elementary School 48 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°46′25.21″N 96°42′03.89″W / 32.7736694°N 96.7010806°W / 32.7736694; -96.7010806 Z L P
Walnut Hill Elementary School 35 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°52′58.51″N 96°50′20.59″W / 32.8829194°N 96.8390528°W / 32.8829194; -96.8390528 Z L P W 1998-99 National Blue Ribbon School [4]
Daniel Webster Elementary School 48 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°41′48.56″N 96°51′39.51″W / 32.6968222°N 96.8609750°W / 32.6968222; -96.8609750 Z L P opened 1956
Martin Weiss Elementary School 35 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°38′36.69″N 96°49′47.08″W / 32.6435250°N 96.8297444°W / 32.6435250; -96.8297444 Z L P opened 1963
Phillis Wheatley Elementary School 13 3 2 1 K PK 32°45′56.16″N 96°45′36.04″W / 32.7656000°N 96.7600111°W / 32.7656000; -96.7600111 Z L P
Sudie L. Williams Elementary School 31 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°51′19.23″N 96°49′52.36″W / 32.8553417°N 96.8312111°W / 32.8553417; -96.8312111 Z L P opened 1952
Winnetka Elementary School 55 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°44′03.73″N 96°50′41.32″W / 32.7343694°N 96.8448111°W / 32.7343694; -96.8448111 Z L P
Harry C. Withers Elementary School 434 32 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°54′10.02″N 96°50′46.07″W / 32.9027833°N 96.8461306°W / 32.9027833; -96.8461306 Z L P opened 1961
Whitney M. Young Jr. Elementary School 30 5 4 3 2 1 K PK Z L P
Ignacio Zaragoza Elementary School 47 5 4 3 2 1 K PK 32°47′43.12″N 96°46′15.61″W / 32.7953111°N 96.7710028°W / 32.7953111; -96.7710028 Z L P opened 1988; replaced David Crockett School

In 2010 DISD investigated Tom W. Field Elementary and discovered that the administration forced teachers to not teach certain subjects, and made false grades to make it appear that the students took the classes.[8]

Early childhood[edit]

NAME STUDENTS FACULTY 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 K PK MAP ZONE LISTING PROFILE WEBSITE NOTES
Jimmie Tyler Brashear Early Childhood Development Center EARLY CHILDHOOD

References[edit]

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  3. ^ Walter J. E. Schiebel, Ed.D. (1966) Education in Dallas: Ninety-two years of history 1874-1966. Dallas: Dallas Independent School District, pages 11-12.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g Blue Ribbon Schools Program, Schools Recognized 1982-1983 Through 1999-2002 (PDF)
  5. ^ Dallas Independent School District - Bond Program Information Center - New School – Harold Wendell Lang Sr. Middle School. Retrieved 23 January 2007.
  6. ^ a b "2007 No Child Left Behind - Blue Ribbon Schools: All Public Elementary Schools" (PDF). US Department of Education. Retrieved March 1, 2011. 
  7. ^ "Chart 2 (Closing of Darrell Elementary School)." Dallas Independent School District. Retrieved on February 22, 2009.
  8. ^ Anglin, Dionne. "Students Pass Classes They Never Took." FOX 4/My Fox DFW. Saturday November 19, 2011. Retrieved on November 21, 2011.