About AISD

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    A Tradition of Excellence

    The Angleton Independent School District, established in 1897, encompasses 396 square miles in Brazoria County, educates approximately 6,700 students, and serves a population of more than 37,000. Accredited by the Texas Education Agency, the district provides a high-quality and comprehensive education for pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. Also provided are special education programs for pre-school and school-age children and a career and technology education program on the secondary level. We partner with colleges and universities, innovative businesses, nonprofit organizations, and community leaders to prepare our students for college, career and life.

    Angleton ISD has a long history of providing a quality educational experience to its students. Our ratings are superior in all areas of accountability, and our students compete successfully throughout the state. We experience great success in athletics, fine arts, academic competition, and Career & Technology organizations.

    We are proud to offer an elite academic experience with hometown values.

Angleton ISD District Profile

  •  Katy Medina
    "I believe that educators help shape the future. We make a difference by teaching and by being role models, and I am proud to be an AISD teacher where I can fulfill my passion, my life, and my dream to teach my students…my kids."

    Katy Medina - 5th grade Science & Spanish
    2018-2019 Elementary Teacher of the Year

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  • Leslie Schmerber

    "Teaching is a partnership between the students, the parents, the teacher and the community. My hope and philosophy are to provide the students with the tools they need to succeed while developing and building the support system of parents and the community that will ultimately benefit from strong and well-prepared graduates."

    Leslie Schmerber - Grade Level Subject Matter
    2018-2019 Secondary Teacher of the Year

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    AISD has a diverse student community. It includes children from all economic levels and backgrounds. 

    Hispanic-Latino 47.8%
    White 36.3%
    Black 11.2%
    Other 4.6%

    There are multiple special services available for students and families attending AISD such as:

    Speech Therapy • Special Ed Resources • Full-Time Early Childhood • Off Home Campus • Homebound • Residential Care • Free Meals 

Mission, Vision, & Beliefs

  • Our mission is to prepare each student academically and socially to become a responsible and productive citizen.


    We believe all students can learn regardless of ethnicity, gender, or socioeconomic status.
    We believe in clearly defined goals that set high expectations for student excellence.
    We believe in the value of parents as childrens' first and best teachers.
    We believe in the importance of quality curriculum and programs.
    We believe that quality teachers and staff increase student learning.
    We believe the community must actively participate in the development of our children.
    We believe the learning environment must be positive, genuine, caring and safe for students and staff to reach their potential.