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The Wichita Falls ISD is the largest school district of the 38 public school districts operating in the North Texas area.

WFISD has 24 schools serving more than 13,000 students - two early childhood campuses, 14 elementary schools, three middle schools, three traditional high schools, one career and technical education center and one alternative education center. View the district map.

The district's state-of-the-art Career Education Center, opened in 2017. Here, students are trained in one of 26 career pathways. Each provides students with a multitude of post-graduation opportunities.

WFISD’s Two New High Schools, Opening Fall 2024

On November 3, 2020, Wichita Falls voters approved a $290 million bond, giving approval to build two new identical high schools. The bond will allow the District to replace high schools that are between 60 and 100 years old.

The two new high schools are projected to open in Fall 2024. One school, Wichita Falls Legacy High School, will be located on 180 acres in southwest Wichita Falls’ Legacy Park at Windthorst Road and Henry S. Grace Freeway, a site north of the Career Education Center. The second identical school, Wichita Falls Memorial High School, is slated for the 104 acres in southwest Wichita Falls at 6422 Seymour Highway.

These two new schools will replace the current three high schools that are currently in use: Rider, Wichita Falls and Hirschi.  

Community Support

A hallmark of WFISD is its strong community support from private and public foundations. The West Foundation, the Priddy Foundation the Perkins/Prothro Foundation and the WFISD Foundation provide generous financial support that underwrites unique opportunities for students and faculty. These foundations provide classroom grants and fun student activities and incentives for students and educators.