Large enough to offer progressive programs yet small enough to allow teachers the chance to cultivate a personal, active interest in each student, Greenville ISD - home to the World Champion Greenville High School Robotics Team - encourages students to seek enrichment but reaches out to those with unique learning needs.
Greenville ISD, in keeping with its mission statement, “prepares, inspires, and empowers students in a safe and nurturing environment to become responsible citizens who successfully compete in a global society.”
Teaching the basics is at the core of Greenville ISD's program. But students can take advantage of numerous educational offerings including extracurricular activities. The regular education program is supplemented by programs which cater to those with individual needs, including special education, deaf education and speech therapy.
The district includes five elementary campuses - Bowie, Carver, Crockett, Lamar and Travis - which house kindergarten through fifth grade, while a Sixth Grade Center houses the student’s sixth grade population. Also available is a Middle School for seventh and eighth grades, a traditional High School for grades nine through twelve and the Houston Education Center, the district’s alternative learning center. The L.P. Waters Early Childhood Center houses the district’s four year-old students.