Hays Consolidated Independent School District


Hays Consolidated Independent School District (HCISD)

District at a Glance (Spring 2014)

District Profile

Located in North Central Hays County, the HCISD severs more than 221 square miles.  The district’s 22 campuses are located throughout the Kyle and Buda communities, drawing more than 18,000 students.

HCISD features a state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center and many newly built campuses.  In all, there are 22 campuses including:

  • 13 Elementary Schools (K-5)
  • 5 Middle Schools (6-8)
  • 2 High Schools (9-12)
  • 1 Alternative School of Choice
  • 1 Discipline Alternative Campus


HCISD is the sixth fastest growing school district with in the state.

Hays County is the third fastest growing county in the United States. (Forbes)

Ten years ago, the district served a total of 8,614 students.

Ten years from now, the district is projected to serve a total of 24,210 students.


In 2012-2013, HCISD had a total of 859 graduates.  They received nearly $8 million dollars in scholarships and grants.

Schools FIRST Rating                       Superior

Bond Rating                                       AA-

(Fitch and Standard & Poor’s)

2012-2013 Tax Rate                         1.4613

Academic Indicators

(District AEIS Report for 2012-2013)

Avg. SAT Class of 2012 1377
Avg. ACT Class of 2012 19.5
Attendance Rate of 2012 96.1%
Graduation Rate of 2012 90.2%
Annual Dropout Rate (7-8) 0.2%
Annual Dropout Rate (9-12) 1.3%

Student Information

Enrollment  17,358 (2014)

African American 3%
Hispanic 53%
White 31%
Asian Pacific <1%
Native American <1%
Two or more 12%

Employee Information

Number of Staff 2,389
African American 3%
Hispanic 41%
White 56%
Asian Pacific <1%
Native American <1%
Two or More 1%

Number of Teachers 1,097
Teachers with Master’s 28%
Teachers with Doctorate 1%
Average Teaching Experience 10 years
Average Time Teaching at HCISD 6 years


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