Conroe ISD is one of the premier school districts in Texas. Its students consistently outperform state average in standardized testing.
The district offers several programs designed to meet the educational needs of its students, such as Bilingual/ESL Program and GT/Advanced Academic Program, that help each one reach his or her full potential.
The district takes great pride in supporting teachers’ careers and student education, providing scholarships that cover tuition, books and fees for future teaching careers.
Niche.com ranks our school district ninth in the state based on student and teacher data and millions of opinions from parents and students alike.
Conroe ISD SSO offers programs tailored to the needs of each student, such as Bilingual/ESL and GT/Advanced Academic programs. These allow children to build strong foundations for learning and growth while reaching their full potential. Furthermore, Conroe invests heavily in technology for schools and teachers that improve classroom environments; students and teachers benefit from high speed internet access, curriculum-based software packages such as laptops and printers as well as curriculum-related software to aid classroom environment – giving them everything needed to excel academically while staying organized!
Conroe ISD students are given ample opportunity to explore their interests outside the classroom, whether through student clubs or community service initiatives. There are also ample opportunities for character and leadership development. Advanced academic coursework such as Advanced Placement courses may give them college credit.
Conroe ISD students can engage in extracurricular activities outside of their standard academic curriculum, such as sports and music programs that foster creativity, teamwork and moral character development. Destination Imagination tournament competitions also allow them to test critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
The school year begins August 11, with holidays and staff development days planned throughout. The calendar for our district was developed based on input from community, schools and parents, with our District-Level Planning and Decision-Making Committee making its recommendations to our Board of Trustees in January 2023.
CISD Athletics Department encourages participation at all levels for an all-rounded education. From practice, training and competitions, their athletics program imparts good sportsmanship, personal integrity, team loyalty, strong work ethics as well as teaching students the value of academics and community pride.
CISD offers students access to specialized programs designed to give all learners the chance to excel, whether through advanced academic courses or on state championship-winning teams. From 2021-2022 alone, students in the district completed over 9450 Advanced Placement (AP) courses earning more than 20000 college hours!
Dual credit is an exciting opportunity for high schoolers looking to take the next step and earn college credits while still in high school. Students enrolling at Lone Star College for classes will see their learning outcomes reflect on both a high school transcript as well as college transcript. Click here for more details of this exciting program!
The district offers an array of courses for kindergarten to high school seniors, such as art, choir, band and Destination Imagination. A complete listing can be found on its website.
Many schools offer unique programs specific to that campus. For instance, Owen Theatre hosts a multi-arts camp for kids aged 8-12 during which they learn music, art and acting before performing for their local communities at an end-of-camp performance.
This year, Grand Oaks District was honored to receive a Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) District of Distinction award, placing them among the top 5.5% of districts for visual arts advocacy and curriculum integration. Visitors to the administration building will find an artifact by Grand Oaks High School student Lexie Reams using magazine clippings to create fur-like texture in her paper pooch sculpture that hangs next to quilling by Kaufman Elementary fifth-grader Kiley Greenwood.