Attendance Zone Information

Finalized Aubrey ISD elementary school attendance boundaries for the 2020-2021 school year.

Aubrey ISD is experiencing strong enrollment growth. New housing is being built throughout the district. In order to meet the needs of the growth, Aubrey ISD citizens passed a $51,000,000 bond election to build a third elementary (Fuller Elementary), construct additions and renovate portions of Brockett and Monaco Elementary Schools, construct additions at Aubrey Middle School, construct additions and renovations of the Aubrey ISD Agriculture Science Facility, and in the final phase to construct an auditorium and new band hall at Aubrey High School.  

Fuller Elementary opened for students in August of 2020. The addition of the third elementary school will help the district accommodate the growth in student population. Fuller Elementary will serve as the district’s Pre-k campus and house students Pre-k through 5th grade. The opening of Fuller Elementary necessitates the adjustment of elementary school attendance boundaries for the district.  

The below information contains Aubrey ISD’s focus when creating the finalized attendance boundaries and a map of the proposed boundaries beginning in the 2020-2021 school year. 

Boundary Map

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