Irving Public Schools

School Crossing GuardChildren in Irving attending public schools from one of three school districts:

  • Irving Independent School District (ISD)
    Irving ISD is the PreK-12 public school district for more than 33,000 students. Irving ISD operates 38 educational facilities.

    In 2020, the district opened its first collegiate academy, Singley Collegiate Academy, giving students the opportunity to earn up to 60 college credit hours, tuition-free. The district also expanded its career and technical programs to middle schools so students can begin exploring career tracks at a younger age. In August 2022, the district opened its second collegiate academy, South Irving Collegiate Academy, giving more students access to free college.
  • Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD
    Based in Carrollton, Texas, the school district serves most of the cities of Carrollton and Farmers Branch, as well as parts of Addison, Coppell, Dallas and Irving. CFBISD has 24 elementary schools, six middle schools, five high schools and three education centers.
  • Coppell ISD
    Coppell ISD serves most of Coppell, as well as parts of Grapevine, Irving, Dallas and Lewisville, with more than 12,800 students.

Irving is home to many private and charter schools. Among them are Christian, Catholic, Muslim, college prep and honors schools.

Higher Education

COI-Pocket.jpgThere are eight post-secondary schools in Irving. Among those are four community college campuses and several technical training schools.

University of Dallas (UD), a nationally recognized Catholic college located in Irving, consistently ranks as one of the best colleges in the country. "U.S. News & World Report" recently ranked UD as No. 6 on its list of Best Regional Universities in the West. UD also was  identified as the region’s No. 2 in Best Value Schools.

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