Conroe is an increasingly popular tourist destination district that draws people from across the country. GreatSchools rates its schools highly for academic performance.
Conroe isd sso has raised their alert level from Level 3 to 4, as the COVID-19 case count continues to increase in their district. This means they will limit guests, limit gatherings and intensify cleaning practices in response.
What is Conroe ISD?
Niche ranks Conroe ISD among its highest-rated school districts, boasting high scores on standardized tests and providing students with excellent preparation for college life.
The district also provides its teachers and students with technological resources, including curriculum-based software, high speed Internet access, wireless laptops and tablets. Furthermore, scholarships for tuition, books and fees are offered so as to enable educators to remain enrolled in education.
Schools within Montgomery County Public Schools District feature diverse student demographics with most being white and Latino/Hispanic students and some being economically disadvantaged students. Memorial Hermann joined forces with Montgomery County to vaccinate nearly 7,000 people at Woodforest Bank Stadium over Friday and Saturday as part of an statewide vaccination effort.
The District offers an exceptional academic program and one of the highest graduation rates in the State, along with a robust fine arts curriculum and cutting edge Career and Technical Education offerings. Furthermore, its students excel on athletic fields by competing successfully at local, regional, and State championships.
CISD campuses consistently earn high ratings on the Texas Education Agency’s statewide accountability system, and several have earned the College Success Award for helping their students enroll and graduate on time from college.
The District has developed programs to meet the educational needs of all its students, such as Bilingual/ESL Program and GT/Advanced Academic programs, which place English Language Learners (ELLs) and those possessing exceptional leadership, critical thinking, or intellectual capabilities in classes that stretch their abilities.
The district strives to develop student athletes who excel academically, socially and as ambassadors for their school community. Our department promotes good sportsmanship, personal integrity, team loyalty and a strong work ethic through practices, competition and training sessions.
Feris saw an opportunity in Long’s departure as Athletic Director for I-45 districts to move closer to his home in Shenandoah and assume this responsibility, spending much of last year touring schools, venues and meeting coaches across these vast districts with him.
These trips have left him optimistic about Conroe ISD’s future. Upgrades like a new gym at Conroe High School and field improvements at Buddy Moorhead Stadium and its on-campus football/soccer fields have provided him with great optimism about its prospects.
Conroe Independent School District provides its students with an engaging academic program, competitive athletic opportunities and cutting-edge Career and Technical Education curriculum. Additionally, Conroe ISD has long been recognized as one of the premier communities for music education with various fine arts courses available within its district boundaries.
Each spring, the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts hosts its Student Art Contest. Students from public, private, and home schools in the surrounding area are welcome to submit artwork for consideration; winning pieces are displayed during a month long exhibition at the museum.
Davis and Horton were truly amazed by the creativity displayed at McCullough Junior High. One piece that stood out is Bandit, created by 30 seventh and eighth grade students and their fellow classmates as an entry that would catch judges’ eyes.
Conroe ISD is home to an inclusive community that strives to make a positive difference for all. Churches, Rotary, Lions, Jaycees and Kiwanis clubs all help provide assistance for children who may require assistance; each campus must also set aside at least 1% of Title 1 funds for family engagement activities.
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