Conroe Independent School District

Conroe ISD is widely recognized for student excellence, boasting 65 campuses spanning its 348 square miles of coverage.

They offer an engaging academic program, cutting edge Career and Technical Education curriculum and comprehensive selection of fine arts classes. As the largest employer in Montgomery County, their staff are provided with numerous opportunities for professional growth.


Conroe ISD SSO stands out among Texas school districts as being among the highest-rated, with its schools receiving high marks for math and reading proficiency as well as college readiness. Mccullough J High School, David Elementary School, and Galatas Elementary School rank particularly highly in Conroe ISD.

CISD offers students an outstanding core academic program, an expansive athletics selection and an innovative Career and Technical Education curriculum with 13 career clusters, 29 programs of study and 150 course offerings. Students in grades 7 through 12 can obtain CTE certifications that can assist them with future employment prospects.

Teachers in CISD are an integral part of both the district and community, offering competitive salaries and offering various opportunities for professional growth. Multiple campuses within CISD have received recognition of excellence by earning Texas Business Leadership awards that recognize schools that prepare their students best for success in the workforce.


The CISD Athletic Department strives to create an environment in which student-athletes excel academically, socially, and as representatives for their school community through practice, training, and competition. Through this endeavor, good sportsmanship, personal integrity, team loyalty and strong work ethics are instilled among its student-athletes.

Today we honor school nutrition professionals for making learning fun! Thank you for making a difference every day!

Conroe ISD district and campus administrators are actively monitoring severe thunderstorms sweeping through Houston today, and will move as necessary to relocate students and staff into safer spaces within their buildings until it passes.

Conroe ISD is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for its students, employees and visitors. No discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability will occur within its programs and activities or employment issues.

Fine Arts

District high schools provide many fine arts options for their students. Their music programs have helped many achieve All-State honors for band, choir and orchestra performances.

Art teachers from Grand Oaks High School are making an impactful statement about community involvement with their art projects. A life-sized paper pooch covered with magazine clippings to simulate fur was submitted as part of an entry to the recent District Art Show Open House by one of their students.

Conroe ISD received the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) District of Distinction Award for the first time this year. While over 1,200 districts were eligible to apply for this honor, only 68 schools won and met a 14-point rubric developed by Visual Art Administrators of Texas division. Conroe was recognized for providing a holistic education by integrating visual arts curriculum to foster creativity while connecting learners to their community and beyond.


Conroe was established as a shipping center during Montgomery County’s lumber boom and railroad lines’ arrival, becoming an export hub for tobacco, cotton, livestock and lumber shipping. When Conroe officially incorporated in 1904 it had five steam-powered saw and planning mills, several brickyards, cotton gins and gristmills, hotels, general stores as well as its weekly newspaper The Courier.

Students enrolled in grades 7-12 can participate in Career Technical Education courses. CTE courses provide a student-driven learning opportunity encompassing 13 career clusters and 29 programs of study.

Conroe High School Theatre students were honored to represent Texas at The American High School Theatre Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland in 2009. Students created an original, devised piece called Native American Tales that was performed for this festival. Staff at Conroe Independent School District enjoy competitive salaries, professional development opportunities and the second lowest tax rate among Houston metro area districts – more information regarding careers within CISD can be found by visiting its website; employees also play a vital role in contributing to their community through volunteer service activities and fundraising initiatives.

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