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Krum Independent School District

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Growth at Krum ISD

District Snapshot

Krum ISD is an accredited district which is located in the city of Krum in northwest Denton County.  It encompasses an area of approximately 101 square miles.  Five campuses make up Krum ISD, including:

  • Krum High School, a ninth- through twelfth-grade campus;
  • Krum Middle School, a sixth-grade through eighth-grade campus;
  • Blanche Dodd Elementary School, a second through fifth-grade campus;
  • Hattie Dyer Elementary School, a second through fifth-grade campus;
  • Krum Early Education Center, a pre-kindergarten through first-grade campus.

Approximately 2,200 students are currently enrolled in Krum ISD, which has been distinguished by the state of Texas as a TEA Recognized school district.

Growing to Serve More Students

Over the last 20 years, the City of Krum and Krum ISD have grown tremendously. Krum ISD has expanded from serving less than 850 students in the 1991-1992 school year, to serving over 2,400 students in the 2023-2024 school year.

With several new housing developments currently in the works within our district boundaries, we will serve even more students as time continues to pass! 

Below is a map overview of the current district boundaries. Yellow circles indicate the plans of new housing additions that have been communicated to Krum ISD Administration as of October 5, 2021. Current demographic studies suggest that homes currently have an average of 0.9 students per household. With the over 11,000 proposed homes shown below, over 10,000 students would come to Krum ISD over the course of the next several years. 

Here's a look at how these houses affect enrollment at the district:

How Will Krum ISD address this expected growth?

Krum ISD is currently working with a group of community members, staff, and a team from Gallagher Construction Services and Huckabee Architects to explore the anticipated growth in depth. This team is working collaboratively to explore facility additions and renovations at Krum ISD campuses to accommodate this anticipated growth. The Bond Planning Committee will then make a presentation and formal recommendation to the Krum ISD Board of Trustees on whether or not a bond election should be called to address the growth and needs of the district.