Is Klein ISD still considered a growing school district?
Yes, Klein ISD student population has risen from 42,742 in 2007 to 53,010 in 2017 and we are projected to grow to more than 60,400 student by 2026. The majority of student growth is in the north and northwest quadrant of our school district.

Historical Student Growth
Projected Students 

When will the district be built out and how many students are projected at build-out?
Klein ISD is projected for built-out in about 15 years and will peak at about 65,000 students.
How does student growth impact the budget process for the school district?
Klein ISD continues to be a fast-growth district so opening new schools is a necessary reality. The district uses bonds to fund these new schools; however, the daily operation costs such as utilities, staffing, and operations are funded by the M&O budget. For example, Klein Cain High School, which opened in the fall of 2017, required an additional $7.5 million. Next year, Hofius Intermediate adds $3.2 million to the budget. A new elementary school typically has a recurring cost of $1.68 million. These additional costs recur each year.

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