• Out-of-District Transfer Requests

    Information regarding student transfers who live outside of Pflugerville ISD boundaries

    Pflugerville ISD is allowing students who do not live within PfISD boundaries to apply to attend a PfISD school in the 2021-2022 school year. The transfer request must be submitted to an open campus. 

    The transfer application is open as of April 12, 2021, for the 2021-2022 Academic Year.

     

    Transfer Application

     

    Out-of-District Transfer Students

    A student who transfers into Pflugerville ISD will be required to re-apply annually. Transfers will only be accepted to open campuses. 

    PfISD campuses accepting transfer applications for 2021-22:   

    Elementary School

    Barron Elementary 

    Brookhollow Elementary

    Caldwell Elementary 

    Carpenter Elementary School

    Copperfield Elementary 

    Dearing Elementary

    Delco Elementary

    Dessau Elementary

    Highland Park Elementary

    Northwest Leadership Academy

    Parmer Lane Elementary

    River Oaks Elementary 

    Spring Hill Elementary

    Timmerman Elementary

    Wieland Elementary

    Windermere Elementary

     

    Middle School

    Bohls Middle School

    Park Crest Middle School

    Pflugerville Middle School

    Westview Middle School

    Dessau Middle School

     

    High School

    Pflugerville High School

    Connally High School

    Hendrickson High School – Transfers limited to CTE Programs of Study

    Weiss High School – Transfers limited to CTE Programs of Study

    CTE Programs of Study

    Programs of Study requiring Intra-District Transfer: Students interested in pursuing a program of study listed may apply for an Intra-District transfer (IDT) through the PfISD Student Transfer application process.

    Programs of Study (requiring transfer):

    Host Campus

    Applied Agricultural Engineering

    HHS & WHS

    Automotive

    PHS

    Biomedical Science

    WHS

    Carpentry

    CHS, HHS, PACE, & PHS

    Culinary Arts

    CHS

    Design and Multimedia Arts

    CHS, HHS, & PHS

    Marketing and Sales

    HHS & PHS

    Networking Systems

    HHS

    Plant Science

    HHS & PHS

    Special Note: Students interested in the Fire & EMT Academy or the Healthcare Therapeutic Services: EMT course, housed at HHS, may participate without a transfer. Students are permitted to drive from their zoned campus to HHS for these courses and then return to their zoned campus for the remainder of their schedule.

     

    Families Affected by 2010-11 Cohort

    All students who were transfer students in the 2010-2011 school year (10-11 Cohort) and remain transfers continuously will be allowed to stay in the feeder pattern they transferred into through their graduation. Siblings of these transfer students will be permitted to attend the same campuses as their brother or sister. The 10-11 Cohort will not need to re-apply yearly. Siblings will not be required to re-apply after their initial application. 

    If the students in the 10-11 Cohort declares a preference to return to the feeder pattern of the home-zoned school they will no longer be part of the 10-11 Cohort. This will not impact the status of siblings.   

    Families Involved in District Programs

    Special education transfers, bilingual transfers, and certain programmatic transfers such as Pre-K, PPCD, and ASCEND are approved through their respective departments. Students who were Pre-K transfers will be required to attend Kindergarten at their zoned campus. A transfer may be requested after the student completes at least one complete grading period at their zoned campus. 

    Newly enrolled students new to PfISD must attend their zoned campus for one grading period before a transfer application may be submitted. 

     

     

     

     

     


    Assistance

    Questions and Answers about the process can be found on the district’s Website. Completion of the Application form, the approval process, accessing the information on-line, or the appeals process may be directed to the Office of Student Affairs by calling 512-594-0046. The Board Policy governing this process may be reviewed by visiting the Pflugerville ISD website.