Conroe Independent School District

Conroe ISD, located in Montgomery County, boasts several high-performing schools that boast high minority enrollment rates and is widely considered safe school district.

Entergy and United Way provided nearly three tons of supplies to Conroe ISD through their South Warehouse in Conroe; Superintendent Curtis Null was there to accept and thank Entergy and United Way.

About Us

Conroe ISD SSO, situated in Montgomery County, Texas is home to 70 campuses spread out over 348 square miles in Conroe, Shenandoah Oak Ridge North and Grangerland – its headquarters being housed in Deane L. Sadler Administration/Technology Center located in Conroe.

CISD received an accountability rating of “Met Standard,” with most schools considered highly effective based on student academic performance. Furthermore, this district is recognized for leading in visual arts education – it was honored with being named as a 2022 Music Education Association District of Distinction!

The district offers several programs tailored to students’ specific needs, including Bilingual/EL and GT/Advanced Academic programs that promote language acquisition for English Language Learners and gifted learners respectively. Furthermore, they offer competitive salaries and the lowest tax rate in Montgomery County – such as their Bilingual/EL Program which enforces Dual Language Model teaching English to newcomers as well as classes challenging them intellectually and creatively.


Conroe ISD’s academic offerings have earned the District a place among Texas Smart Schools’ list of premier districts, and recognition by Education Resource Group. Students have attained multiple state and national honors including high academic scores, college credit through Advanced Placement exams and athletic success through multiple State championships at both local and UIL 6-A Lone Star Cup levels.

CISD serves a diverse student population with 64,563 students attending 61 schools; of these students, 60% identify as minority and 28% as economically disadvantaged.

CISD strives for every student to graduate prepared to pursue advanced academic courses at various postsecondary institutions. In 2018, twenty-two campuses earned TEA STAAR scaled scores of 90 or higher; eleven campuses scored between 80-89; and seven had scores between 60-79. Detailed information can be found for every campus by clicking its name; in addition, scholarships are also provided to current employees seeking certifications in shortage areas as well as graduating seniors considering teaching as a future career option.


Long has worked at CISD Athletics Director Danny Long has enjoyed 11 years at CISD Athletics Director Danny Long is going to miss most is its people, explaining “This district has been such an integral part of my life and my family’s lives, it has been truly life changing experience!” “Thanks so much, Danny!” Long said of working at the district.

Conroe Independent School District was created by the county commissioners court in 1910 by consolidating 12 common school districts into Conroe ISD. According to a history book published by Montgomery County Genealogy Society in 1981, Conroe’s first school was housed in a two-story frame four-room building located on East Phillips Street.

UIL realignments will also have an effect on several CISD high schools’ football, basketball and volleyball programs. Grand Oaks, Oak Ridge and Woodlands College Park will join five Klein ISD high schools to compete in Conference 6A while all other CISD high schools remain in Conference 5A; all these teams will meet up at Woodforest Bank Stadium – which can hold 10,000 spectators for soccer or track competitions as well.

Fine Arts

Students enrolled in fine arts courses gain access to unique experiences and opportunities that allow them to discover their passions, maximize creativity, and develop social emotional skills relevant to community involvement. Courses offered include theater, dance, vocal music and instrumental music. SFDRCISD boasts an award-winning program in these areas as evidenced by numerous marching band, color guard, musical theatre productions and show choir award wins over time. kindly read more at Eduqation blog.

SFDRCISD was awarded the 2023 Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) District of Distinction award, for providing an excellent education that fosters visual arts learning to encourage creativity and foster connection between learners. This honor was determined using an extensive rubric which considered participation in VASE, Junior VASE, TEAM, field experiences, community exhibitions and more as criteria.

Becoming part of a museum exhibit requires hard work and determination, with a long-term vision towards excellence making this possible.