The Masonic Lodge rents out its first floor for use as a school
Lewisville Community School No. 14 the first public school in Lewisville, is chartered. Lewisville Colored School Community No. 50, located at Hembry and Purnell streets, is chartered.
The Masons built a wooden school building on the corner of Cowan and College streets ( Current site of LISD Student Success Center at College Street)
First Lewisville High School students begin classes in Masonic Hall school.
The first graduating class of five students recieve diplomas.
The Lewisville Independent School District is formed.
Fire destroys the Mason school building. Lewisville votes to rebuild the school, naming it Lewisville Academy, a two-story brick building with hot-air heat and advanced courses.
A three-story brick grammer school replaces the old Lewisville Academy building. Children as young as six could now attend school.
Fourteen student are in Lewisville High School's Class of '32
The Fighting Farmers earn their nickname by running down and capturing a bank robber during football practice.
High school students leave the multi-grade Academy to attend the new Lewisville High School (Currently the Purnell Support Center on High School and Purnell streets)
Lewisville schools desegregate and become one of the first integrated districts in Texas.
A new, mid-centry modern high school opens where the current Lewisville High School stands amid criticism the location was too far out of town.
LISD student population mirrors the growth in North Texas, expanding to 39,127 students.
LHS Killough 9th & 10th grade campus opens.
LISD Aquatic Center opens in The Colony.
Enrollment in LISD schools surpasses 50,000, expanding by more than 10,000 students in less than 10 years.