Conroe ISD is one of Texas’s nine largest school districts and the primary employer in Montgomery County. Covering 348-square miles across The Woodlands, Shenandoah, Oak Ridge North and Conroe areas – Conroe stands out as being particularly diverse geographically.
School district trustees voted on Wednesday night to amend its controversial library book review policy to allow parents the option of not reading “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” Stephen Chbosky’s novel that has caused national outrage and banned copies across several libraries.
About Conroe ISD
Conroe Independent School District is situated in Montgomery County, Texas and home to over 72,000 students across 67 campuses. As one of Texas’ fastest-growing districts, this school district continues to see impressive enrollment growth each year.
CISD takes great pride in their commitment to students, teachers and families alike. Their various programs extend far beyond classroom walls; such as offering scholarships for graduating high school seniors interested in becoming teachers that cover college tuition fees as well as books and fees.
Mccullough J High School, David Elementary School and Galatas Elementary School have been honored as top 10 Texas public schools based on their overall testing rank. These top-performing public schools can also be found within this district as there are other notable public schools ranked as highly.
Conroe ISD SSO schools are well-known for their outstanding academic achievements, and the district takes great pride in helping teachers and students outside the classroom – for instance by awarding scholarships to graduating high school students interested in becoming teachers – covering tuition costs, books and more.
CISD also offers several programs tailored specifically to students with unique educational needs, such as the Bilingual/EL Program and GT/Advanced Academic Programs. The former helps English Language Learners become fluent, while the latter challenges talented students to reach their maximum potential.
View detailed school information, such as TEA STAAR component scores and accountability ratings. Click on each campus to gain more insight into its academic offerings and extracurricular activities. The Oak Ridge North and Shenandoah attendance zones serve all of Conroe, Woodloch, as well as some unincorporated Montgomery County communities.
Conroe ISD offers an assortment of athletic programs for students in grades 7-12. This includes both boys’ and girls’ football, soccer, tennis, track & field events, baseball softball swimming and diving basketball as well as many others! All sports take place at the Jett Center – providing students an exciting way to become engaged members of their community!
Conroe Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion or age when providing educational programs and activities operated by it or employment matters. For more information please view their nondiscrimination policy.
Conroe ISD seniors aged 65 or above can obtain a free Priority Pass card to attend athletic events (excluding playoffs ) by visiting the Communications Department with valid photo identification proving residency and providing proof. The card also grants priority admission for student fine arts performances held within any District facility, except fundraisers.
Venetian Pines homes are zoned to competitive schools within Conroe ISD, a 348-square mile district recently recognized as “Best Place to Teach” and as an outstanding school for student athletes in Montgomery County. Furthermore, this District holds a reputation for offering well-rounded education that features an expansive fine arts program.
CISD has won multiple National Association of Music Merchants Best Communities for Music Education awards and was honored as a 2022 Texas Art Education Association District of Distinction. Thanks to a dedication from staff and community members alike, students thrive in all areas of artistic education. Furthermore, as an equal opportunity educational provider and employer CISD does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, gender sex age religion disability veteran status in its programs or activities.
The District is pleased to offer this space for community organizations to post announcements concerning special events, programs and activities targeted towards school-aged children. Please be aware that we do not sponsor these activities and cannot take responsibility for their content; should you require more information, please reach out directly to their sponsoring organization.
Communities In Schools (CIS) is a local, community-driven 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation which connects community resources to students with demonstrated needs at schools. Programs run by Communities In Schools offer tutoring, supportive guidance, counseling services, family services, drug prevention activities, after-school activities, career education/college awareness opportunities and job shadowing experiences to meet those needs.
Conroe Independent School District’s Board of Trustees are dedicated to providing high quality instruction in an inclusive learning environment for their students.