Success: Each life. Each day. Each hour.
- Each student can be a critical thinker, problem solver and possess the knowledge and skills to be a productive and responsible citizen in a global market place.
- The education of each student is the responsibility of the school district, the student, the family and community.
- Student success is dependent on the quality of the CSISD staff.
CSISD will ...
- Recruit, develop, and retain qualified and dedicated staff.
- Provide a challenging, relevant, engaging and aligned curriculum.
- Provide an array of services, programs and opportunities to meet the needs of each student, and provide the opportunity for each student to reach his or her full potential.
- Create classroom and campus cultures that involve each family.
- Commit to the responsible use of tax payer resources.
Schools At a Glance
Two Comprehensive High Schools
Serves Grades 9 - 12
One Choice High School
Serves Grades 9 - 12
Two Middle Schools
Serves Grades 7 - 8
Two Intermediate Schools
Serves Grades 5 - 6
Nine Elementary Schools
Serves Grades Head Start/Pre-K - 4
College Station Independent School District has been a consolidated district since 1941 when the public school was moved from the Texas A&M University campus to facilities on Timber Street. The District encompasses approximately 102 square miles in the southern portion of Brazos County, and is fully accredited by the Texas Education Agency. Approximately 13,600 students are enrolled in the district. As a growing community, CSISD continues to expand to keep up with the almost 6% growth rate of students.
Academic Highlights from 2014-2015 School Year
CSISD high schools own district academic meet
CSISD academic UIL teams win pair of state championships
2 math and science teams finish in top 8 at state
12 National Merit Semifinalists
12 National Merit Finalists
5 National Hispanic Recognition Scholars
26 National Merit Scholarship Letters of Commendation
184 students earn advanced placement awards
1 highest possible score on ACT
CSISD is one of 29 Texas districts placed on College Board’s AP Honor Roll