Mapping Austin ISD through GIS
Geographic Information Systems, GIS for short, is a computer mapping system used to analyze and display spatial data. It allows you to view multiple layers of data simultaneously.
Mapping information supports district leadership, the board of trustees and community partners in understanding and responding to geographically diverse students and community needs. GIS is used in a variety of ways, including:
- Mapping locations of school and other district facilities
- Analyzing student demographic projections
- Displaying attendance area boundaries
- Mapping and analyzing locations of academic programming
- Mapping locations of community partners and services located at schools, and identifying gaps
Find my School
Find my Trustee
Download GIS Data
Data is packaged for use with GIS Software.
- School and facility locations
- District Boundary
- Trustee Boundaries
- ES Attendance Areas
- MS Attendance Areas
- HS Attendance Areas
Request a map
- Map requests should be submitted through the district’s procedure to obtain information.
Melissa Laursen, AICP
Director of Planning
4000 S. IH 35 Frontage, 4th Floor
Austin, TX 78704