"The growth over the last decade to a decade in a half has really impacted the district and we're seeing it," said Tim Savoy, spokesperson for Hays CISD.
"It wasn't long ago, probably 10 years ago, we were still a rural smaller district," said Savoy
"I know that a big factor for parents moving is that they look at the school districts and we're proud of our schools and we know that we have people who move in here because they love our schools and programming."
said they're in the middle of implementing a 2014 bond which includes building the district's sixth middle school.
As soon as Monday, the school board will discuss having a third high school and talk about putting together a citizen committee to begin discussing where to put the building.
"That's a milestone when you go from a small district to having your second high school and then the next milestone on your third high school," said Savoy