Uniforms are not required, but all students must abide by the dress code outlined in the Student Code of Conduct, available on our Documents/Forms page.
The district provides transportation for students who live two or more miles from the school that serves their residential address. Bus service is also available to special education students who meet eligibility requirements. For more information, contact the HEB ISD Transportation Department.
There are multiple types of school ratings and school report cards, made available in a variety of ways by education agencies. For information about ratings/reports for Bedford Heights Elementary and other HEB ISD schools, visit the HEB ISD Assessment Department.
The Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District is open to all students residing within district boundaries who meet state eligibility requirements. Students attend schools in the attendance area where their parents reside. Parents should register at the neighborhood school serving their residential address.
For information about registering students, visit the HEB ISD Registration webpage.
If you are moving out of the L.D. Bell High attendance zone, please give the school at least 24 hours notice to begin the withdrawal process for your student. You will need to come to the school and sign the withdrawal paperwork and inform the registrar of your new home location. We will prepare paperwork, grade sheets, collect text and library books, and make this process as smooth and easy as possible for you and your child.
The mission of the HEB ISD Family Support Service Office is to identify and improve the lives of homeless and at-risk families in HEB ISD. The office provides services that support our families and students during a time of hardship and transition.
For more information, visit the HEB ISD McKinney-Vento / Family Support Services webpage...