The majority of Flower Mound is served by the Lewisville Independent School District (LISD), with Argyle, Denton, Grapevine-Colleyville, and Northwest Independent School Districts also serving small areas of the Town. For more information on LISD schools visit their website.
Lewisville Independent School District Student Enrollment
(2017-2018 school year)
|Category||Number of Students / Schools|
|Flower Mound Students||14,082|
|High Schools in Flower Mound|| 2
|9th & 10th Grade Campuses in Flower Mound||2|
|Middle Schools in Flower Mound||6|
|Elementary Schools in Flower Mound||12|
The Lewisville Independent School District serves over 53,000 students in 13 municipalities and spans approximately 127 square miles. LISD has a long-standing tradition of educational excellence. The highly qualified team, technology integration, community involvement and hardworking students make LISD a premiere school system in Texas.
Source: Lewisville Independent School District, 2018
There are approximately 28 four-year colleges and universities within 50 miles of Flower Mound, including the University of North Texas (38,121 undergraduate students, Fall 2017), and Texas Woman's University (10,309 undergraduate students, Fall 2017), both located in Denton. In addition, there are approximately 20 two-year/community colleges within 50 miles of Flower Mound.
North Central Texas College (NCTC) has a 32,000-square-foot extension campus in Flower Mound's Parker Square. The fall 2018 enrollment at the Flower Mound campus was nearly 2,000 students.
Additionally, Midwestern State University, a partner to NCTC, recently completed construction of a 30,000 square-foot campus in the same development, which allows students the opportunity to complete their four-year degree right here in Flower Mound.
More than 85% of the adult population has had post-secondary education, offering employers some of the highest skilled workers in the North Texas area.
Estimated population, age 25+
Source: Esri, 2018
|Education Level||Population Percentage|
|Graduate or Professional Degree||19.3%|
|Some College, No Degree||17.8%|
|High School Graduate/GED||11.6|
|Less than 9th Grade||1.2%|
Complete demographic information is available by accessing the Economic Development Profile.