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Yes. Generally, eligibility is determined by age or grade and/or residency within the Coppell Independent School District boundaries. Please check each association’s website for complete information:
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Students who reside in Cypress Waters will attend Coppell Independent School District schools, specifically Richard J. Lee Elementary, Coppell Middle School West, and then can choose to attend either the Coppell High School Ninth Grade Campus (CHS9) and then Coppell High School (10 to 12) or New Tech High at Coppell (9 to 12).
Students who reside in South Haven will attend Coppell Independent School District schools, specifically Barbara S. Austin Elementary, Coppell Middle School East, and then can choose to attend either the Coppell High School Ninth Grade Campus (CHS9) and then Coppell High School (10 to 12) or New Tech High at Coppell (9 to 12).
Learn more about Coppell Independent School District enrollment and school attendance zones.
Yes. Although the City of Coppell is just over 14 square miles in size, the Coppell Independent School District (CISD) boundaries span more than 23 square miles and serves students in the cities of Coppell, Irving (parts of Valley Ranch and North Irving, including the South Haven neighborhood), Dallas (Cypress Waters), and Lewisville. A small part of Grapevine is in the CISD boundaries, but it is commercial. All who live in district boundaries, including those who live beyond the City of Coppell, pay the same CISD tax rate.
Students of and employees who work for the Coppell Independent School District and live in Cypress Waters or South Haven (and other non-residents of the City of Coppell) are eligible for a free, limited use library card from Cozby Library and Community Commons regardless of residency. Please visit the Library’s account page for more information.