About Bondurant-Farrar CSD
Located less than 10 miles from Des Moines, Ankeny, and Altoona; Bondurant offers small town living with the close convenience of a major metropolitan area. In Bondurant, you’ll find friendly neighbors, a great school system, and plenty of room to enjoy the outdoors.
The size of the district allows students the individual attention needed to succeed, while providing the advantages of a bigger school. Total enrollment is approximately 2,630 students and projected to grow by 100+ students annually.
Students in preschool through second grade attend Morris Elementary, opened in the fall of 2014. Anderson Elementary is home to students in grades third through fifth. The current middle school houses grades sixth through eighth and is on the same 55 acre campus as Morris and Anderson. The High School, built in 2010, is on the north side of town and home to ninth through twelfth grade students. The school district comprises 85 square miles of Polk County, Iowa.
Thanks to the community's overwhelming support in a 2020 bond referendum, construction is currently taking place on a new junior high building that will serve students in grades 7-8. With the building's anticipated opening in August 2022, it will allow a grade reconfiguration throughout grades K-6.
Along with the Bluejay Booster Club, Fine Arts Booster Club, and the Elementary PTO, many community clubs and organizations support the students and staff through donations and volunteering. Formed in 2008, the Bondurant-Farrar Education Foundation partners with the Bondurant-Farrar CSD to create opportunities for alumni, friends, and the community to support and enhance educational excellence.
BFCSD District Office
300 Garfield Street SW
Bondurant, IA 50035