Conroe Independent School District does not discriminate on any basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in its educational programs or activities – including hiring practices.
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History of Conroe ISD
Conroe District’s history is intimately tied to that of Montgomery County, Texas. Conroe was one of its main centers during this era with steam-powered saw and planing mills, brickyards, cotton gins, gristmills, hotels, general stores and other businesses located there.
At the time the county court created its school board in 1892, which combined twelve common schools across an area covering 25 square miles, several four-room schools were already in operation for White pupils of all grades; Black pupils attended classes at Madeley Quarters.
Conroe ISD currently ranks 9th largest district in Texas and 60th overall in the U.S. Covering an area of 348 square miles, this 348-square mile district encompasses several communities such as The Woodlands, Shenandoah Oak Ridge North Conroe Grangerland with strong academic programs that consistently win State championships for athletes competing within this school system.
Conroe ISD stands out as one of the premier school districts in Texas based on its academic and financial productivity, and has been honored by the Texas Comptroller with awards for financial transparency for an unprecedented 10 consecutive years.
District 181 provides its students with a range of academic programs designed to prepare them for future careers, including Bilingual/ESL programs and GT/Advanced Academic programs that enable English Language Learners and gifted students to thrive.
The CISD Education Foundation is an organization designed to support teachers and students beyond classroom walls. They offer scholarships for graduates looking to pursue teaching careers by covering tuition fees and books; current CISD teachers receive ongoing professional development to stay abreast of modern teaching techniques; and scholarships are given out annually for graduating CISD teachers wishing to enter teaching careers.
CISD offers an impressive variety of athletic programs for boys and girls at the elementary, junior high, and secondary school levels that promote good sportsmanship, personal integrity, team loyalty, and an enduring work ethic.
Priority one for Montgomery County School District is ensuring student safety and well-being, and with over 97% graduation rates from rigorous academic programs rated B by Niche it consistently outperforms them all.
Conroe ISD boasts one of the finest facilities in Texas – Woodforest Bank Stadium located in Shenandoah – accommodating 10,500 spectators for football, soccer, track & band programs as well as other major competitions throughout the year. Woodforest Bank Stadium stands out as an incredible facility that makes an impressionful statement about Conroe ISD’s commitment to education excellence and versatility.
Conroe ISD offers students a diverse selection of academic programs and athletic competition. The district is home to some highly ranked schools including six UIL 6-A comprehensive high schools.
SFDRCISD provides music, drama and dance courses. In addition, 41 CISD students across its six comprehensive schools were honored as Texas Music Educators Association All-State musicians in bands, choirs and orchestra.
CISD was honored to receive recognition by Visual Art Administrators of Texas as a 2022 District of Distinction for its excellent school art program, meeting a stringent 14-point rubric to earn this prestigious recognition. We pride ourselves on offering an education that fosters creativity while connecting learners to their community.
Conroe ISD takes pride in offering students access to state-of-the-art technology and classrooms equipped for instruction. For twelve consecutive years, Conroe was recognized by Texas Education Resource Group as being a Texas Smart School while remaining cost effective operations. District high schools were honored to receive recognition as 2022 Texas Music Educator Association Districts of Distinction for offering an innovative musical curriculum, including 41 All-State musicians among their student body. Conroe ISD also offers a career-oriented curriculum with 13 career clusters and 29 programs of study. We strive to be an equal opportunity educational provider and employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex religion gender age or disability.
Conroe ISD offers its students a selection of extracurricular activities. We encourage participation regardless of ability and promote diversity both among its student body and staff.
Students within the district have many clubs to choose from, such as animation, photography and coding clubs – giving them opportunities to express their creativity and think outside the box.
Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas provides students with educational programs that teach them about today’s business environment and can prepare them for life beyond school.
Washington District is well-renowned for its student success. Students regularly outshone state average scores on standardized tests administered within its boundaries, and its football team won a state title back in 1964. Furthermore, Washington is always looking for ways to enhance both school life and educational experiences for its students.