• Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is coming soon.

    Click here to register for the 2019-2020 school.

    For the current school year (2019-2020), the registration portal remains open.

    Student registration verifications will be processed by the campus registrar, who will respond with instructions within three to five days after your Online Registration verification is submitted. Registrars will provide instructions as to whether you and your student will need to attend Campus Document Review in person.    

    The Pre-K Online Application for the 2020-2021 School Year is now open.


    The goal of the Duncanville ISD prekindergarten program is for students to develop skills necessary for success in public school curriculum, including language, mathematics and social skills. Pre-K registration is coming soon. 

    Apply for Reduced Meal Program Online

    Duncanville ISD parents can apply for the free and reduced meal program online using Online App rather than completing forms by hand. This program is funded by the National School Lunch and School Breakfast programs. A new application must be completed each year; click here to complete your application today.

    Immunization Requirements

    Is your child ready for the new school year with up-to-date immunizations? Find a list of immunization requirements from the Texas Department of State Health Services here. Immunizations are an important part of protecting your child’s health, and state law requires students in Texas schools to be immunized against certain vaccine-preventable diseases.

    We encourage you to get the required vaccines at the earliest possible time to avoid the back-to-school immunization rush at area clinics. Click here for a list of area Dallas County Health and Human Services clinics that provide free or reduced-cost immunization shots for uninsured children.

    Please remember that students without the proper documentation for required vaccinations or a valid exemption will not be allowed to attend school. Also remember that all immunization records must be signed by a doctor, public health clinic, or World Health Organization.