About AISD

  • AHS Grad Smiling

    Achieving Excellence Because We're WILDCATS

    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 along with a career and technology education program at 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 holds a rich history of providing a quality educational experience to its students, measured by superior ratings in all areas of accountability. Wildcats compete throughout the state and experience great success in athletics, fine arts, academic competition, and Career & Technology organizations.

    AISD is proud to offer an elite academic experience with hometown values.

Mission, Vision, & Core Beliefs

  • District VISION

    Achieving Excellence Because We're Wildcats.  

    District MISSION:

    Our mission is to educate and prepare each student academically and socially through supportive relationships to maintain our thriving community.

    District BELIEFS:  


    All students can learn.
    The learning environment must be positive, genuine, caring and safe for students and staff to reach their potential.
    In clearly defined goals that set high expectations for student success.
    In the value of parents and families as involved decision-makers.
    In viable curriculum and future-oriented programs.
    In developing and retaining staff who positively affect student achievement.
    Actively engaging the community results in development of our children.

District Profile

  •  Stephanie Warren
      "You're only as good as your team and I am honored. I love taking a student who hates math     and making them love coming to school. That's the best!"

       Stephanie Warren - Southside Elementary 5th grade 
       2022-2023 Elementary Teacher of the Year

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  • Monica Kotrla

    "It is very much an honor, mostly because it's voted on by your colleagues. If they know you care about them, you can teach them anything, because they know at the end of the day you want what's best for them and that is what's most important. "

    Monica Kotrla - AHS 
    2022-2023 Secondary Teacher of the Year

  • Demogrphic Pie Chart

    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