The city of Coppell, Texas is publicly served by a nationally-recognized school district, known for its high test scores, an almost perfect graduation rate, and an abundance of special programs designed to prepare students for college and careers. Coppell Independent School District educates more than 11,500 students in the cities of Coppell, Valley Ranch, Irving, Grapevine, Lewisville, and Dallas. The district was recently ranked #1 for Gold Performance Acknowledgments by the Texas Education Agency. More than 80 acknowledgments were awarded to students across the district for high achievement and the district also received a Superior Achievement rating. In 2015, Coppell ISD became one of 425 school districts across the U.S. and Canada to be placed on the AP Honor Roll for the success of its Advanced Placement Program. Other special programs offered by the district include Career & Technical Education, Gifted & Talented Education, and several Bilingual courses.
In 2008, Coppell Independent School District opened the doors to New Tech High @ Coppell. One of only 86 in the nation, NTH@Coppell is a technology-geared school that is part of the New Tech Network which “prepares learners to excel in an information-based and technologically-advanced society.” In the few short years since its arrival, the school has been acknowledged by TEA as “Exemplary”. Then in 2014, the district opened the first Net-Zero elementary school in the state of Texas. Richard J. Lee Elementary uses solar panels, wind energy generators, rainwater collection systems, geothermal units, and daylight harvesting in order to cut down completely on energy usage.
Coppell Independent School District is made up of 10 elementary schools, which include: