Conroe ISD is committed to equal opportunity employment and does not discriminate on any basis including race, color, national origin, sex, religion age or disability. Our district serves students in Conroe Montgomery Shenandoah Spring Woodlands areas.
Conroe ISD stands as one of the highest ranked public school districts in Texas based on overall testing rankings, featuring many highly-rated public schools for both math and reading instruction.
Conroe ISD SSO was established in 1892, serving a 348 square mile area that includes The Woodlands, Shenandoah, Oak Ridge North and Conroe City as well as many smaller towns, communities and unincorporated areas. With 70 campuses serving its student body across Montgomery County, Conroe ISD students excel in academics while earning national recognition for their accomplishments; over 9,455 dual credit hours were earned in 2021-2022 with 6,500 AP exams passed and numerous State championships and UIL 6-A Lone Star Cup awards made.
CISD students also enjoy advanced academic programs that prepare them for success in college. Niche ranks the District as both Best School District and Most Diverse School District in Montgomery County. Furthermore, teachers in Montgomery County Schools are provided with resources designed to deliver high quality instruction and enhance student learning – such as internet access, curriculum-based software and wireless laptops and tablets for their classrooms.
Conroe ISD provides its students with a wide variety of extracurricular activities. These include clubs, community service organizations and honor societies for students who exhibit exceptional academic performance. Students can also enroll in Advanced Placement courses that earn college credit; there are sports and art programs to choose from as well. Some activities require fees be paid, including activity tickets or transportation costs.
The 2023-2024 school calendar of Columbia Independent School District will take into account many factors, including start and end dates, mandatory instructional minutes, holiday breaks and staff development days. The District-Level Planning and Decision-Making Committee will present this proposal to the Board of Trustees for approval in January; following its presentation to them, public input will be sought through meetings and online surveys. Vanessa enjoys reading, art, record collecting and horror movie watching in her free time – while at work as part of Community Impact team since 2016. She loves being part of something bigger that brings people together!
At CISD campuses, a new school year has begun and students are eagerly returning to classrooms. To assist parents navigate their child’s classes more easily, each campus will host virtual Meet the Teachers events and back-to-school orientations this week.
This district now serves over 71,000 students spread out among 67 campuses, and its growth over the past two decades is projected to accelerate over the next ten years.
Conroe was a rural and spread out town when she was growing up, lacking much diversity. Although she wasn’t escorted to school like Ruby Bridges was, her family did receive threats. Last year, trustees named Anderson School in Conroe after Datren Williams suggested it. Now the district boasts an increasingly diverse student body from Oak Ridge and both Woodlands attendance zones who can apply to attend one campus of their choosing through faculty selection, teacher recommendations, tests scores and interviews for admission.
Conroe ISD is a collaborative effort of people working towards one common goal – student success. Serving more than 61,000 students over 348 square miles that include Conroe, Montgomery, Shenandoah Oak Ridge North Spring and The Woodlands communities, we provide world-class education.
College Park High School students and staff took quick action this week to prevent an uncontrollable fight that threatened to become deadly, drawing praise from administrators for their bravery and leadership.
At a recent meeting of the Central Islip School District board, members discussed whether all students starting in 2022-23 must wear identification badges for safety, security, and efficiency reasons. Assistant Superintendent Chris McCord stated that any decision would be based on these factors.
CISD Music Department earned recognition from Texas Music Educators Association as a District of Distinction in 2022 due to their dedication in providing students with a well-rounded educational experience through art and music curriculum. Furthermore, this District was honored 9 times with National Association of Music Merchant’s Best Communities for Music Education award.