- GEORGETOWN, TX
- Academicsgrade B
- Diversitygrade A
- Teachersgrade B
- College Prepgrade A
- Clubs & Activitiesgrade A
- Health & Safetygrade B+
- Administrationgrade B+
- Sportsgrade A
- Foodgrade B
- Resources & Facilitiesgrade B+
Georgetown Independent School District (ISD) serves students living in Georgetown, Texas.
Georgetown ISD serves nearly 12,000 students at 10 elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, and two alternative campuses.
VISION: Home of the most inspired students, served by the most empowered leaders.
MISSION: Inspiring and empowering every learner to lead, grow, and serve.
GISD boasts a 97% graduation rate, an average SAT score of 1113 (+77 over the state average), and an ACT score of 23.1 (+2.5 over the state average). Students have the option of participating in a variety of programs: 13 athletic programs, 16 Fine Arts programs, and five GISD schools that offer Dual Language programs.
One of the fastest-growing cities in America, Georgetown is known for its family-friendly community, beautiful town square, and it is the 3rd overall safest city in the U.S. according to safehome.org. Georgetown is a great place to live, work, and go to school.
Georgetown Independent School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Georgetown Independent School District
Middle Schools in Georgetown Independent School District
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- grade A+506 Students
- grade B488 Students
- grade A+488 Students
- grade A minus320 Students
- grade A292 Students
- grade B+192 Students
- grade C+186 Students
- grade B+169 Students
- grade B155 Students
- grade A+146 Students
- Support Services38%
Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade B minus
- Good for Familiesgrade A minus
- Housinggrade B
Georgetown Independent School District Reviews
Areas of improvement would be online grade notifications. Parent would receive notifications of missing work that was not yet due. The district could also focus more on not teaching to tests, but teaching to experiences. Help the students understand how the skills they are learning now can be applied in their lives going forward. They could stand to have more project-based learning where students learn, but since they are applying what they are learning, the may not see it as learning. This can be more enjoyable for students and teachers alike with tangible goals accomplished instead of just getting a good test score.