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I was looking for another purpose but couldn't help but notice some dramatic things...

Texarkana TX 35,629          Texarkana AR 29,473        Total = 65,102          was 37,389 and 30,155 = 67,544 in 2016   

Tyler 105,995   (metro 237,027)       was 101,946 

Longview 81,638    (metro 233,358)        was 82,184

DFW metro 7.63 million      was 5.12 million

Houston metro 7.12 million      was 4.94 million

Austin metro 2.28 million      was 1.36 million

San Antonio 2.56 million       was 1.76 million

the metro areas are exploding outward...especially DFW, Houston, and Austin!!!

hence the growth we are seeing in some of these outer school districts...

                             

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1 hour ago, bluetopper said:

Wonder what Abilene, Lubbock, Amarillo, Odessa/Midland and El Paso are?

El Paso is 678,815 of course Ciudad Juarez is also 1.51 million and is literally across the bridge and many come across for school etc.

Lubbock is 263,648

Abilene is 125,182

Celina is 23,427...it was only 6,028 ten years ago

Gilmer is 5,229...it was 4,905 

Gladewater is 6,397...it was 6,441

White Oak is 6,340...it was 6,469

Hallsville is 4,328...it was 3,577

Lindale is 7,140...it was 4,818

Palestine is 17,420...it was 18,712

Jacksonville is 13,997...it was 14,544

 

 

 

 

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22 hours ago, PelvisPresley said:

I was looking for another purpose but couldn't help but notice some dramatic things...

Texarkana TX 35,629          Texarkana AR 29,473        Total = 65,102          was 37,389 and 30,155 = 67,544 in 2016   

Tyler 105,995   (metro 237,027)       was 101,946 

Longview 81,638    (metro 233,358)        was 82,184

DFW metro 7.63 million      was 5.12 million

Houston metro 7.12 million      was 4.94 million

Austin metro 2.28 million      was 1.36 million

San Antonio 2.56 million       was 1.76 million

the metro areas are exploding outward...especially DFW, Houston, and Austin!!!

hence the growth we are seeing in some of these outer school districts...

                             

honestly, if you just ride around East TX, its clear that the only city with any real significant growth has been Tyler (Mostly south Tyler) and its surrounding areas (Bullard, Fint/Gresham, Lindale).  Also a little growth in Northern Longview and Hallsville.  Its the only reason Lee/Legacy is the only 6a school left in East TX. 

Most of areas outside the big metro areas are staying about the same or declining.  To be honest, the huge growth of the Hispanic population is really what is keeping most of the steady population of the smaller cities and towns and likely one of the main reasons for huge growth in the metro areas.

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22 hours ago, PelvisPresley said:

I was looking for another purpose but couldn't help but notice some dramatic things...

Texarkana TX 35,629          Texarkana AR 29,473        Total = 65,102          was 37,389 and 30,155 = 67,544 in 2016   

Tyler 105,995   (metro 237,027)       was 101,946 

Longview 81,638    (metro 233,358)        was 82,184

DFW metro 7.63 million      was 5.12 million

Houston metro 7.12 million      was 4.94 million

Austin metro 2.28 million      was 1.36 million

San Antonio 2.56 million       was 1.76 million

the metro areas are exploding outward...especially DFW, Houston, and Austin!!!

hence the growth we are seeing in some of these outer school districts...

                             

Provide a link for where this data came from please......there are some places you didn't list that I want to check out......:rofl:

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28 minutes ago, LOL said:

Pretty obvious what's happening here... 

yup. It’s sad and pathetic.

And it doesn’t last.  When it’s over… their turn at decline will come too. 

Ask Pine Tree, ask Tyler Lee, list goes on and on. 

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37 minutes ago, RETIREDFAN1 said:

Provide a link for where this data came from please......there are some places you didn't list that I want to check out......:rofl:

Google the city name with 2020 Census...it will give their latest and for many it will give the 2010 there...some you may have to search a little in the demographic breakdown. 

Bullard is now 4,077...was 2,463. 

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2 hours ago, Mavchamp said:

yup. It’s sad and pathetic.

And it doesn’t last.  When it’s over… their turn at decline will come too. 

Ask Pine Tree, ask Tyler Lee, list goes on and on. 

If only they'd stick around, roll up their sleeves, and help these communities improve. 

But, alas... "NIMBY" 

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Argyle is just shy of 4300, but the AISD also runs into some areas that are now the City of Flower Mound.  One of those areas includes a huge parcel of land currently being proposed for development of tons of homes and townhomes.......but being met with lots of opposition from the AISD and community.  Still in negotiation process at this time.

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1 hour ago, regaleagle said:

Argyle is just shy of 4300, but the AISD also runs into some areas that are now the City of Flower Mound.  One of those areas includes a huge parcel of land currently being proposed for development of tons of homes and townhomes.......but being met with lots of opposition from the AISD and community.  Still in negotiation process at this time.

Argyle is 4,731 now...up from 3,282...but I agree that most of the school district is drawn from other areas

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10 hours ago, Mavchamp said:

yup. It’s sad and pathetic.

And it doesn’t last.  When it’s over… their turn at decline will come too. 

Ask Pine Tree, ask Tyler Lee, list goes on and on. 

yea.  At Lee, the they are still living in the community. The issue is more about parents chosing local privates and charters. But I get what you mean. cause it will happen everywhere else.

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