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San Angelo Independent School District

San Angelo Independent School District is a public school district based in San Angelo, Texas, United States.

San Angelo Independent School District
1621 University
, Texas, 76904
United States
District information
GradesBirth through 12
Established1903 (1903)
SuperintendentDr. Carl Dethloff
SchoolsElementary 17, Middle 3, High 2, Freshman Campus 1
Students and staff
Other information

As of 2015, San Angelo ISD has received a rating of "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.[1][needs update?]


San Angelo ISD has 25 schools serving students Pre-K through 12th grade including one 5A (4A beginning in fall 2018[2][3]) and one 6A high school, one freshman campus, three middle schools, 17 elementary schools, and two alternative campuses. SAISD also serves children birth through age five at three Head Start/Early Head Start centers.

High schoolsEdit

Middle schoolsEdit

Elementary schoolsEdit

Head Start/Early Childhood CentersEdit

Early Head Start/Head Start provides comprehensive child development services to economically disadvantaged children and families who meet the poverty income guidelines, with a special focus on helping children from birth to age five develop the early reading and math skills they need to be successful in school.

  • Blackshear Head Start (Ages 3–5 yrs.)
  • Day Head Start/Early Head Start (Ages 0–5 yrs.)
  • Rio Vista Head Start/Early Head Start (Ages 0–5 yrs.)

Alternative schoolsEdit

  • Carver Learning Center (Grades 1-12) - Carver Learning Center is a disciplinary alternative education program for students who have been withdrawn from his/her home campus for infractions to school code of conduct. Teachers work to help the students get caught up with or maintain his/her grade level and build foundation skills to enable the student to succeed academically when he/she returns to his/her home campus. (Website)
  • PAYS - PAYS is an academic alternative school for non-traditional students motivated to complete their high school diploma but are enduring extenuating circumstances that pose as obstacles to their academic success. PAYS is a self-paced, web-based program providing students the opportunity to accrue credits to progress to graduation. (Website)


  1. ^ "2015 Accountability Reports". Texas Education Agency.
  2. ^ McDaniel, Amy. "Lake View High School officially drops to Class 4A". San Angelo. Retrieved 2 February 2018.
  3. ^ McDaniel, Amy. "UIL Realignment: Lake View joins Andrews, Big Spring, Seminole". San Angelo. Retrieved 2 February 2018.

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