information for the community

2012-2013 Middle school capping

Grandfather clauses for 2012-13 due to boundary changes, delayed school opening

Adopted boundaries associated with the opening of las lomas and vineyard Ranch

Capping Schools to Limit New Student Enrollment

Population growth north of Loop 1604 continues to impact the District’s schools. Until new campuses can be built, the District has limited new student enrollment at some schools and designated overflow campuses as indicated in the chart below. 

Middle School capping: To manage Tejeda's and Bush's student population growth, the district has implemented a capping procedure as described in the June 2, 2010 Notice.

NEISD Capping Procedures

Home Campus Attendance Area Enrollment Date Overflow Campus(es)
Tejeda MS Prior to or on June 17, 2010 Bush MS, 1500 Evans Rd.
Tejeda MS June 18, 2010 and after Driscoll MS, 17150 Jones-Maltsberger: south of a line from US 281 just north of Redland Road running east to Roseheart on Bulverde Road, including the following subdivisions: Oaks of Redland, Redland Ridge, Sendero Ridge, Estates at Redland, Redland Heights, Redland Woods, Emerald Forest, Gardens at Emerald Forest, and Bulverde Gardens. (Click to view map of the affected area.)

Lopez MS, 23103 Hardy Oak Blvd.: residents from all other remaining areas of the Tejeda attendance zone
Bush MS June 18, 2010 and after, provided the affected grade level(s) reaches 500 students Lopez MS, 23103 Hardy Oak Blvd.

Contact the home campus or Pupil Personnel Services at 210-407-0070 for more information about enrollment capping.

Tejeda Middle School: 210-482-2260,

Bush Middle School: 210-491-8450,

Driscoll Middle School: 210-491-6450,

Lopez Middle School 210-481-4060,

MAP - Tejeda Area Capped to Driscoll