Pflugerville ISD

District Planning

Each district must have a district improvement plan TEC 11.251

Pflugerville ISD District Improvement Plan

Pflugerville ISD Strategic Plan 2018-2023

District Website

District Priorities

  1. Recruit, Support, Retain Teachers & Principals
  2. Foundation of Reading & Math
  3. Connect HS to Career & College
  4. Improve Low Performing Schools

District IRB

Required? Yes

Name:  Application for Research or Evaluation

General Information: Read more 

Application Deadline: June 30

Application Notification: 30 days post-submission

Application: Application Form

Application Reference: Application for Research or Evaluation

Submission Requirements: Detailed description of research design/logic model; details regarding any data request for school records; survey instruments, interview protocols, & other data collection instruments; consent & assent forms; media release forms

Fee:  $100 ($50 for Graduate Students) - credit card (, check made out to PfISD with application project title, delivered/mailed to Department of Accountability and Assessment, Pflugerville Independent School District, 1401 W. Pecan Street, Pflugerville, TX 78660)

Contact: Karen Shah, Executive Director of Accountability & Compliance,

Number of Schools: 56

School TypeTotal
Elementary Schools21
Middle Schools7
High Schools4
Alternative Learning Centers2

Additional Facilities and Programs

  • Accelerated HS Classes
  • Advanced Academics
  • AP, AP Capstone Diploma Program
  • Athletics
  • Counseling
  • CTE
  • Dual Credit with ACC
  • ESL
  • Dual Language Programs (Spanish & Vietnamese One-Way & Two-Way)
  • Extended Day Program
  • Fine Arts
  • GT
  • HS Newcomer Academy
  • HS Speech & Debate Program
  • Integration Services
  • Intervention/504/Dyslexia Services
  • Multilingual Instruction
  • OnRamps Classes with UT
  • Postseconday Readiness Resources
  • Pre-K
  • Social Work
  • Special Ed
  • Technology
  • University Interscholastic League 

District Demographics

Students: 25,300

Additional Student Data

MetricsPercent of Total Students
Economically Disadvantaged47.4%
Emerging Bilingual25.3%
Special Education12.2%
Bilingual/ESL Program25.5%
Gifted and Talented7.6%
At Risk for Dropping Out60.7%

Teachers: 1,856


Administrative and Professional: 870

Bus Drivers, Custodians, Food Service and Educational Aides: 554