Creating 21st century learning spaces for all students.

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The Austin ISD 2017 Bond Program is an investment in the district’s facilities, teachers and staff, and students. Student success is the ultimate goal and the district’s driving force.

On Nov. 7, 2017, a majority, 72 percent, of Austin voters passed Austin Independent School District’s bond proposal for $1,050,984,000 to create 21st-century learning spaces for all students. More than two years of intensive analysis, planning and work went into the bond, which is designed to replace, improve, renovate and equip facilities for our approximately 83,000 students and 12,000 employees. Every school benefits.

Key projects in the bond include:
• Constructing 17 new or modernized campus facilities;
• Improvements to address overcrowding and critical needs; and,
• Districtwide improvements to technology for teachers and students and transportation.

You can find a detailed overview of every project in the 2017 Bond Book. All of these projects are informed by the Facility Master Plan, a high-level guideline for all district facilities for decades to come. This bond program website is a comprehensive look into the bond progress and milestones.


Get the latest updates on modernization projects across the district and learn what it means to reinvent the urban school experience.


T.A. Brown Elementary School
T.A. Brown will be one of the first modernization projects completed as part of the bond program.
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Norman Elementary School

Norman Elementary School
Norman will receive a full modernization. Students will be co-located at Sims Elementary during construction.
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Doss Elementary School

Doss Elementary School
While Doss is being modernized students will attend classes at the former Lucy Read campus located at 2608 Richcreek Rd.
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