Selecting a school for your scholar is an important decision. This is why Cedar Hill ISD opened the Lacy Enrollment Center. It is a one-stop shop for all of our families' registration & enrollment needs. The Enrollment Center accepts registrations for new students to the District year-round.
The Lacy Enrollment Center is located at 504 E. Beltline in Cedar Hill. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
When visiting the Enrollment Center, please note:
- One family member only has to conduct the business of registration and enrollment
- Capacity in the waiting area is limited
- There are computers available for use
Important Documents that are needed for Registration (can be uploaded during the registration process or brought to the Enrollment Center):
- Student's Birth Certificate
- Student's Social Security Card
- Student's Immunization Record (dated/signed by a health professional)
- Parent's Driver's License
- Parent's Proof of Residency (water/gas/electric bill in parent's name)
5 Reasons to Enroll in Cedar Hill ISD
Safe & Secure Schools: We have a variety of safety strategies in place to promote safe secure campuses.
Horns Up! Scores Up!: Cedar Hill ISD made substantial year-over-year gains in reading and math across grade levels on this year’s STAAR exam.
All-Star Staff: With competitive salaries and a popular Grow Your Own Program, CHISD educators are the best you will find.
Choose Your Seat! From our Early Collegiate Academy, Montessori, In Cedar Hill ISD, parents and scholars have the opportunity to choose the educational pathway that is the best fit for them! Choose from the Collegiate Pathway, Montessori, Fine Arts and our Early College Academy!
Well-Rounded Education: CHISD values fine arts, athletics and elementary based campus clubs help give all learners the full school experience.
About the Lacy Family
Albert Jr. and Emily Lacy moved to Cedar Hill in 1971 from west Dallas to move into their first home. Albert III, Dana and Shannon began attending Cedar Hill ISD in the summer of 1971, and Kimberly followed her siblings the following year, in 1972. All four siblings graduated from Cedar Hill High School. They moved to a rural community in the early 1970s that gradually became more diverse. Today, Cedar Hill ISD is a diverse and dynamic Class 6A School District.