About the Eanes Independent School District
Eanes Independent School District schools are some of the most sought-after in the state, and, as a result, homes zoned for Eanes ISD are highly in demand. Homes within Eanes ISD often start over $500k, with prices climbing to the multi-millions. Thankfully, home buyers need not sacrifice amenities to be in the Eanes district, as homes are often beautiful, with excellent lots, mature trees, and luxury-quality features.
The district is well regarded for its academics and also for its extracurricular excellence. Football is a big draw for students, parents, and general attendees. There is also a focus on community, with district-wide “no homework” nights to allow families time for a special activity. Eanes ISD teaches almost 8,000 students across six elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school.
View Eanes Independent School District in a larger map
The boundaries for Eanes ISD include Rollingwood, West Lake Hills, and parts of Austin, such as in the Cuernavaca region of Lake Austin. Roughly speaking, the boundaries include 31.2 square miles, extending south of Lake Austin toward Capital of Texas Highway. (It’s always a prudent idea to verify a home’s district before proceeding with real estate actions, and your Regent Property Group agent can help you with this.)
Some of the Eanes ISD neighborhoods include Davenport Ranch, Lost Creek, Rob Roy, Senna Hills, Seven Oaks, and Barton Creek West.
Schools within Eanes ISD
In the 2011-13 TEA Accountability Ratings, the Eanes School district as a whole was rated Exemplary, and all its elementary schools also were rated Exemplary. Hill Country Middle School was rated Exemplary, and West Ridge Middle School was rated Recognized. Westlake High School ranked Exemplary. Above average teaching experience is a factor in these rankings, and the district produces students with notably higher than average college scores and attendance.