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Eanes ISD

Our District

Eanes ISD is commited to excellence in academics, extra-curriculars and co-curriculars. We prepare students for life-long success through high-quality instruction and access to a variety of opportunities and experiences. Meeting each student's needs is a primary goal of Eanes ISD. A comprehensive curriculum and a variety of enrichment opportunities are offered to EISD's students, including proudly serving as a 1:1 mobile device district since 2011.


Schools

6
Elementary
(Grades K-5)

2
Middle Schools
(Grades 6-8)

1
High School
(Grades 9-12)

1
Adult Transition Services
(Grades 12+)


Enrollment

7,850
 

Drop-out Rate

0.0%

Attendance Rate

99.3%

Gifted & Talented

9.5%

Special Education

10%

Economically Disadvantaged

3.3%


Teacher Experience

12.7
Average Years of Experience

54.7%
11+ years of experience

40.4%
Advanced Degrees

 

Ethnic Distribution

2021-22 American College Test (ACT) Average Scores

  • Westlake - 29.2 (8 perfect ACTs)
  • State - 20

2021-22 SAT Average Scores:

  • Westlake - 1314
  • State - 1019

Advanced Placement Program
Test administered through spring of 2021: 3,589
Tests receiving a score of 3 or above: 79%

2022 National Merit Scholarship Program
33 Finalists
70 Commended Scholars
20 National Hispanic Recognition Program
4 Indigenous Scholars
1 National African American Recognition

Class of 2021 (Class of 2022 coming soon)
Accepted to college - 99%

  • 86.3% planned to attend institution of higher learning
  • 9.7% planned to attend 2-year community college or technical school
  • 4% went into military or employment

The Class of 2021 applied to 419 colleges/universities and are attending 160 colleges/universities in 34 different states.

Financial Fast Facts

Tax rate per $100 of assessed value: $1.06 ($0.94 General Fund, $0.12 Debt Service)

Avg market value of residences: $2,143,246

Percent of budget spent on instruction: 61%    

Percent of budget spent on general admin: 4.6%  

Since 2013, Eanes ISD has refunded more than $68 million of existing bond debt, saving $8.5 million in interest over the life of the bonds. In that same time, more than $15 million of principal has been retired early, saving $10.6 million in avoided interest.