Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District

Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District is a school district headquartered in Harlingen, Texas (USA).

HCISD serves most of the city of Harlingen, part of the city of San Benito, the city of Palm Valley, the towns of Combes and Primera, and portions of unincorporated Cameron County, including Juarez, Las Palmas, and Lasana.

HCISD has its own TV station locally broadcast in Harlingen on cable provided by Time Warner Cable of the Rio Grande Valley. KHGN-TV is used to inform parents and students of updates involving Harlingen and its schools. Also aired on KHGN is Harlingen High School's Cardinal News and Nonsense and Harlingen High School South's Southern Scoop.

The HCISD district office and KHGN-TV Channel 17 TV station are located at 407 N. 77 Sunshine Strip in Harlingen, Texas (78550).

In 2009, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[1]

In 2018, Dishman Elementary was named a Blue Ribbon School by U.S. Department of Education.[2]

SchoolsEdit

High Schools (Grades 8,9-12)Edit

Middle Schools (Grades 6-8)Edit

  • Coakley Middle School
  • Gutierrez Middle School
  • Memorial Middle School
  • Vela Middle School
  • Vernon Middle School
  • Stem Prep Academy

Elementary Schools (Grades PK-5)Edit

  • Austin Elementary
  • Bonham Elementary
  • Bowie Elementary
  • Crockett Elementary
  • Dishman Elementary
  • Houston Elementary
  • Jefferson Elementary
  • Lamar Elementary
  • Long Elementary
  • Milam Elementary
  • Rodriguez Elementary
  • Stuart Elementary
  • Travis Elementary
  • Treasure Hills Elementary
  • Wilson Elementary
  • Zavala Elementary
  • Lee Means Elementary

Other CampusesEdit

  • KEYS Academy
  • New Pathways Center
  • Secondary Alternative Center

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2009 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency. Archived from the original on 2015-10-25.
  2. ^ "National Blue Ribbon Schools Program: 2018 National Blue Ribbon Schools" (PDF). United States Department of Education. Retrieved January 18, 2019.

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