• comp logo Comprehensive Schools offer a traditional educational experience most are already accustomed to. Students attend the Comprehensive School for which they are zoned. Comprehensive Schools offer a well-rounded education through a wide array of core and elective academic and extracurricular options such as band, performing arts, athletics, career and technology education programs, academic clubs and other extra and co-curricular opportunities.

    Tyler ISD Comprehensive Schools
    16 elementary campuses, five middle school campuses & two high schools: 

    All Elementary Campuses
    Boulter Middle School
    Hogg Middle School
    Hubbard Middle School
    Moore Middle School (Non-Magnet Program)
    Three Lakes Middle School
    John Tyler High School
    Robert E. Lee High School

    Existing Tyler ISD parents and students choosing to attend a Comprehensive School only need to complete the Online Enrollment Process during the Online Enrollment period in the Spring. Learn more at tylerisd.org/enroll.

    New Tyler ISD students will need to visit tylerisd.org/enroll to view the procedures and required documents for enrollment.

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