Conroe ISD stands out for its academic excellence in Montgomery County, with students consistently showing college readiness and earning thousands of AP exams and dual credit hours each year. To honor our local heroes and historic pioneers, many schools bear names of local heroes or pioneers.
Entergy and United Way recently provided three tons of school supplies to the South Warehouse of Curtis Null School District, whom he thanked profusely.
Conroe ISD SSO is widely recognized for its strong academics and high high school graduation rate. With an engaging, challenging curriculum designed to prepare students for college success, Conroe students excel on state testing, AP tests and in high school competitions.
The district offers dual credit courses in select subjects to allow students to earn college credits while still in high school – and thus graduate with both high school and college diplomas simultaneously. Lone Star College has collaborated in offering this program.
Conroe ISD covers an area of 348 square miles and currently houses 65 schools, most of which have received Met Standard ratings from the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Performance, student enrollment and teacher staffing information is easily available by clicking individual campus names; twenty-two Conroe ISD campuses attained TEA STAAR scaled scores of 90 or higher while eleven scored between 80-89 while seven schools scored 60-69 this year.
Conroe Independent School District Director of Athletics Danny Long is ready to step down after 11 years, citing physical changes made at facilities as his major accomplishments while admitting his fondness for many of its people as his biggest loss. At Tuesday night’s board meeting, Conroe board members officially named Chris Feris from Birdville ISD Director of Athletics Chris Feris as Long’s replacement – two men that know each other very well having competed against one another many times over in sports competition.
The District is committed to being an equal opportunity educational provider and employer, and does not discriminate on any basis related to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age disability or veteran status when operating any programs or activities for its programs and activities. For further details regarding nondiscrimination policies in operation by the District please view its Non-Discrimination Policy.
CISD prides itself on offering its students a comprehensive educational experience that includes academic and athletic programs as well as fine arts curriculum. Their staff work hard together to ensure every child achieves success.
The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts hosts an annual art contest. Students are encouraged to submit their artwork, and judges select their best pieces for display at the museum for one month – each winning entry comes complete with its own card listing the student, school and grade level.
One of the more recent additions to CISD’s fine arts department is their mariachi program, an emerging one which has been developed through fundraisers, grants, and other resources. For more information about this emerging program please visit their website for their fine arts department. The district is known for its academic and athletic programs as well as offering competitive salaries to employees; Cheryl Dentler of TSTA-Conroe noted that their District took them seriously as valued their contributions and worked together towards bettering community.
Conroe ISD has invested in technology that provides students with access to a vast selection of educational resources from any location. Their websites contain links to content online and most campuses have their own sites where students can access course curriculum, study materials, assignments and more on computers, tablets or smartphones – while parents have access to student grades, attendance records and other school details.
Conroe is located within Texas Region 6, covering 15 counties of southeast Texas piney woods region. The Deane L. Sadler Administration/Technology Center in Conroe serves as its district headquarters.
The District currently comprises of 61 schools with 64,563 students enrolled and 1,926 teachers, representing 64% minority enrollment. Twenty-one campuses achieved TEA STAAR scores of 90 or higher while eleven more scored 80 to 89 on this assessment tool; overall accountability rating for the district is Met Standard; Bilingual/ESL Program and GT/Advanced Academic Program are two such offerings that aim to meet students’ needs effectively.