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Located in the heart of Central Texas, Kyle is a charming community situated between Austin and San Antonio. IH-35 and MoPac Rail Line, sometimes called the "Backbone of America", are major transportation arteries that run through the middle of Kyle. Read More...
Located in North central Hays County, the Hays Consolidated Independent School District serves over 209 square miles. Parts of the district extend into southeastern Travis County and into western Caldwell County. The district currently has 22 campuses. The Hays Consolidated I.S.D. is an Academically Acceptable district by TEA.
Hays CISD is a rapidly growing district. Sixty-five percent of Hays High School students take SAT or ACT exams, and 60 percent of the school’s graduates are accepted to college. Students have access to a wide variety of career and technology courses from networking and business computer information systems to electronics and graphic design. Every campus has at least one certified librarian, certified counselor, and full-time registered nurse. Every classroom has Internet access. The district provides special education support for students who need assistance and Advanced Placement courses for students who show aptitude. The Hays CISD also offers extensive academic and athletic extra curricular activities. Both individual students and teams successfully compete at the highest level of competition.
More than half of the teachers in the Hays CISD have at least 10 years of experience in the profession. The Hays CISD Induction and Mentoring Program provides each novice teacher with a seasoned mentor who acts as a guide and resource and has been recognized as one of the finest in the state.
Kyle is the fifth fastest growing city in the state of Texas and home to Plum Creek, 2006 Master Planned Community of the Year. Historically tied and building our future, Kyle is striving to maintain the small Town Texas charm while positioning itself to be a vital part of the corridor economic development. A gateway to the Hill Country, Kyle is just a few miles away from many natural attractions, shopping and historic landmarks.
The City of Kyle, Texas is home to more than twenty beautifully developed subdivisions that offer green space for pocket and community parks, pools, health programs, golf, disc golf, volleyball, and more.
Access to surrounding cities is convenient and stress free for Kyle residents, employees, and business owners alike. Kyle is situated between six of the top ten tourist attractions in Texas, including one of the largest outlet malls in San Marcos, just 10 miles south on I-35.
Quality of Life
When looking for a new home for your family or business, there are several key items to consider. Of course, location is the top priority, but community charm, access to main travel arteries, and various amenities are all important factors. Many people are just beginning to discover the many joys that Kyle has to offer.
The quaint, quickly growing community of Kyle is vibrant with development that will last for years to come. The City of Kyle is almost exactly divided in half by Interstate 35 just 20 miles south of Austin. The Union Pacific Rail line runs parallel to I-35 through Kyle as well, making Kyle an ideal location for manufacturing and industrial businesses. State Highway 21, FM 1626, and Highway 150 all run through Kyle at one point or another. Access to surrounding cities is convenient and stress free for Kyle residents, employees, and business owners alike.
Historically tied and building our future, Kyle is striving to maintain the small town Texas charm while positioning itself to be a vital part of the corridor economic development. A gateway to the Hill Country, Kyle is the second largest town in the fast growing Hays County. This creates unique opportunities and challenges for all the citizens that consider Kyle their home.
The City of Kyle has been named the number one hotspot for the commercial development by the Austin and San Antonio Business Journals for 2008. We highly encourage you to begin or continue your Central Texas journey here. With a strategic location close to major highways, airports, and rail, Kyle is a great community to live and conduct business. Show Less...