Irving Independent School District
is a school district
based in Irving
). The district, which covers , serves most of the city of Irving, except for Valley Ranch
and a portion of Las Colinas
. The district also serves small portions of Grand Prairie
Irving ISD is made up of 81% low-income families, including 9,500 high school students. It is also a minority-majority district. Ninety-five languages are spoken by its students.
All Irving ISD high school students are issued a laptop computer. In addition students at DeZavala Middle School, which is a part of a grant program, get laptops.
In 2010, the school district was rated "academically acceptable
" by the Texas Education Agency
- African American 12.06%
- American Indian 0.47%
- Asian 3.57%
- Hispanic 70.84%
- White 11.66%
All Irving ISD elementary and middle school students are required to wear school uniforms
The uniforms consists of a polo shirt and appropriate school pants (navy blue pants, khakis, etc.).
The shirt colors accepted are:<br />
- Light Blue
- Forest Green
- Navy Blue
- Attending campus school color
All four of these schools feed into North Lake College
within the Dallas County Community College District