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Conroe Independent School District

Conroe ISD strives to create an ideal learning environment for its students. Their programs cater specifically to those with specific needs, such as Bilingual/EL and GT/Advanced Academic programs.

CISD also offers its staff opportunities to acquire new skills and perspectives through staff development funded through local and federal funds.


Conroe ISD SSO students boast one of the highest college readiness rates among Texas public schools and have a higher than average proportion of top-rated schools, making this district stand out. Visit Niche to view its standing among other Texas districts.

With 67 schools serving approximately 71,000 students, this district serves the top 10% of public schools in Texas with its average testing rank being 10/10 – placing it amongst Texas’s best public schools.

This district serves a diverse student body with most being white or Hispanic students. Campus sizes range widely and some feature high concentrations of economically disadvantaged pupils. Most campuses met TEA accountability requirements by earning Met Standard ratings; improvement required status was reserved for lower performing campuses only. Seven campuses received 90+ STAAR scores including Mccullough J High School, David Elementary and Galatas Elementary – making this district an impressive contender.


Conroe Independent School District is Montgomery County’s largest district, covering 348 square miles in Montgomery County and covering The Woodlands, Shenandoah, Oak Ridge North and Conroe as well as many smaller towns, communities and unincorporated areas. As Texas’ ninth-largest and 60th-largest ISD it ranks 9th overall and 60th globally.

The district strives to offer its students an outstanding academic foundation, cutting-edge career and technical education programs, fine arts courses, as well as extracurricular activities and staff development education/ models/ resources.

District students benefit from high speed internet access, curriculum-based software programs, laptops and tablets to enhance learning experiences, organize studies more effectively and increase engagement. Our cutting-edge CTE curriculum boasts 13 career clusters and 29 programs of study with more than 22,000 seventh through 12th graders enrolled.

Extracurricular Activities

Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas provides extracurricular activities to give students an opportunity to engage in meaningful extracurricular activities outside the classroom. Clubs meet Wednesday from 8:00-8:30 (unless otherwise specified). Students may join any and all clubs they wish. Junior Achievement provides educational programs for students to help them understand today’s economy and the role they can play as productive citizens; made possible through volunteer efforts from parents, community members, business leaders and college students – this organization does not discriminate based on race, national origin, sex, age religion or disability!


Conroe ISD stands on a legacy of excellence in education. We take great pride in the accomplishments of students, teachers and administrators that make Conroe an enjoyable place to work.

In 2021-2022, CISD students earned over 9,455 college hours through Advanced Placement tests and over 20,000 combined college hours from dual credit courses. Furthermore, many CISD students are recognized for their achievements in the arts by earning numerous State and National awards.

Conroe Independent School District (CISD), established in Montgomery County, Texas, comprises 65 campuses spread out over 348 square miles. Its headquarters are at Deane L. Sadler Administration/Technology Center in Conroe and was first created through a Commissioners Court decision back in 1892 with County Judge serving as ex officio Superintendent and three trustees appointed to assist him; its first school being Conroe Mill School near Beach as its inaugural location.


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