Conroe ISD is one of Texas’s fastest growing school districts, boasting an outstanding academic program and top-tier athletic offerings as well as a fine arts curriculum tailored to students across age ranges.
The district is also working towards building new schools and additions, renovating several campuses and creating master plans.
District 21 offers students a comprehensive core academic program featuring Advanced Placement exams, dual college credit courses and career and technical education. In addition, its competitive athletics program boasts multiple State Championships as well as eight UIL 6-A Lone Star Cup wins as well as fine arts classes to meet any individual need or interest.
Conroe ISD SSO stands out among Texas schools due to its superior student achievement and cost-cutting operations. Only two districts were recognized by Texas Education Resource Group over 10 consecutive years for this achievement; Conroe was even designated by them as being “Excellent”.
Additionally, this district ranks highly for teacher satisfaction according to an independent third party survey conducted by CareerBliss. Teachers rated its advantages as Company Culture, Growth Opportunities and People You Work With and would recommend it.
The district’s athletic program fosters values such as sportsmanship, personal integrity and team loyalty while simultaneously providing a solid academic base and creating well-rounded individuals by instilling values like hard work, perseverance and community pride into them.
In 2022, 41 high school students across six comprehensive schools of CISD earned Texas Music Educator Association All-State musician honors in band, choir and orchestra categories. Furthermore, eight UIL 6-A Lone Star Cup champion teams belong to this district.
Administration and teachers make professional development a top priority, offering resources and opportunities for staff to stay successful in the classroom. Venetian Pines homes may be zoned for competitive schools in Conroe ISD (click here for more info) so this training opportunity may prove particularly helpful to newly appointed or veteran educators alike.
Fine Arts Excellence
Conroe ISD schools were honored with 41 Texas Music Educators Association All-State musicians across band, choir and orchestra categories in 2022. Furthermore, Conroe was named Best Community for Music Education due to their dedication in providing students access to and participation in music class opportunities as well as supporting community music-making programs.
Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District (GCCISD) recently made history with the unveiling of their Lee High School Fine Arts Building designed by Lockwood Andrews & Newnam (LAN), their planning, engineering and program management firm.
From Beach’s humble one-room schoolhouse to Lee High School Fine Arts Building, CISD schools and students have consistently outshone expectations. Their academic programs are stimulating yet empowering; athletics compete on local and State levels; fine arts curriculum is expansive yet engaging – all hallmarks of excellence. These achievements have earned CISD one of Montgomery County’s Top Workplaces for Teachers recognition while residents take great pride in living here.
Communities In Schools of Texas (CIS) connects community resources in school and addresses issues that prevent students from succeeding. Local CIS programs offer tutoring, counseling services, mentoring, college awareness activities, family assistance services, drug prevention activities and after-school activities and work experience opportunities; parenting classes/home visits for teen parents as well as peer pressure, self-esteem management and anger control issues are also provided by this initiative.
CIS programs are made possible through Title 1 funds that are allocated to each campus and used for campus-specific family engagement activities that further the goals of the district. They are run by an independently run non-profit corporation 501(c)(3) that operates locally.
Conroe ISD does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion or disability in educational programs or activities nor employment decisions.