BISD History of Facilities
Wooden structure 201 S. Dobson Street
Wooden structure burned. A three-story brick building was built at 201 S. Dobson Street for grades 1-10.
Gymnasium was built at the school campus by WPA labor.
The Burleson Elementary School built at 201 S. Dobson Street was named Nola Dunn.
Burleson High School was built at 517 SW Johnson Avenue. Students moved on flatbed trucks and pickups.
Mound Elementary School was built at 205 SW Thomas Street.
A.E. Frazier Elementary School was built at 900 Hillside Drive.
Burleson Junior High School was formed at 517 SW Johnson Avenue.
Burleson Junior High School was built at 316 SW Thomas Street and later renamed Pauline G. Hughes Middle School.
J.W. Norwood Elementary School was built at 619 Evelyn Lane.
Administration Building was built at 1160 SW Wilshire Blvd.
Jack C. Taylor Elementary School was built at 400 NE Alsbury Street.
A new building for Burleson High School was built at 100 NW John Jones Rd. Burleson High School relocated from 517 SW Johnson Avenue to 100 NW John Jones Rd. (John Jones Rd. was renamed Elk Drive around the year 2002).
Burleson Intermediate School formed at 517 SW Johnson Avenue for grades 5-6 (in the former high school building).
Hughes Middle School became Hughes Junior High for grades 7-8.
Crossroads Learning Center formed at the Nola Dunn Campus located at 201 S. Dobson Street.
William Stribling Elementary School was built at 1881 E. Renfro Street.
Hughes Junior High School became Hughes Middle School for grades 6-8.
Burleson Intermediate School located at 517 SW Johnson Ave. became A.A. Nick Kerr Middle School for grades 6-7.
Crossroads Learning Center moved to the Kerr Middle School Campus.
The Academy at Nola Dunn formed at 201 S. Dobson Street.
Richard Bransom Elementary School was built at 820 S. Hurst Road.
BISD Stadium and the Athletic Complex were built at 100 NW John Jones Road. (John Jones Rd. was renamed Elk Drive around the year 2002).
Crossroads Learning Center was built at 505 Pleasant Manor.
Crossroads Learning Center was renamed Crossroads High School and Right Turn Discipline Center.
$259 million school bond election passes. (November 7, 2006)
Judy Hajek Elementary School was built at 555 NE McAlister Rd. Building was completed in August 2008.
A new building for A.E. Frazier Elementary School was built at 1125 Summercrest Blvd. Frazier Elementary relocated from 900 Hillside Drive to 1125 Summercrest Blvd. Building was completed in August 2008.
Ann Brock Elementary School at Oak Grove was built at 12000 Oak Grove Rd. in Fort Worth, Texas (Burleson, Texas 76028 will also work as the address). Building was completed in December 2008.
Irene Clinkscale Elementary School was built at 600 Blayke Street. Building was completed in August 2009.
Burleson Centennial High School was built at 201 S. Hurst Road. Building was completed in August 2010.
A new building for The Academy at Nola Dunn Elementary School was built on the same location, at 201 S. Dobson Street. Building was completed in August 2010.
In January 2011, the former A.E. Frazier Elementary School building originally located at 900 Hillside Drive became the Little Elks Day Care Center.
In August 2015, the former A.E. Frazier Elementary School building became the new STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) Middle School of choice. The building was updated and renovated from a day care to a middle school. Students moved into the newly renovated building in January 2016.
The Ag Barn Facility, located at 1931 FM 731, Burleson, TX, was purchased in May of 2016. Renovations started in 2017 and were completed in 2019.
Ag Farm House, 1909 FM 731 Burleson, TX., was purchased in 2016 and is the Special Service Department's office.
In the Spring of 2016, BISD announced five schools of choice:
Bransom Elementary School became the Academy of the Arts at Bransom.
Mound Elementary School became the Academy of Leadership & Technology at Mound.
Stribling Elementary became STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) Academy at Stribling.
Kerr Middle School opened a school of choice called REALM (Rigorous Educational Arcade Learning Model) at Kerr Middle School (currently Game Development Design School). It began with 100 sixth grade students (a school inside of a school concept).
Burleson Collegiate High School opened in a wing at Centennial High School.
2019 Nick Kerr Middle School moved from 517 SW Johnson Ave. to 1320 Hidden Creek Pkwy., Burleson, TX. 76028 at the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year. 2021
REALM Secondary School - Moved from 517 SW Johnson to 510 SW Wilshire, Burleson, TX. 76028
REALM was renamed to Game Development Design School (GDDS) in December 2021.
Norwood elementary became Norwood Environmental Science Academy.