Houston - Spring Independent School District

16717 Ella Boulevard

Spring ISD Vision Statement:
By 2015, Spring Independent School District will be recognized nationally as a leader among learning organizations and known for exemplary student achievement.

About Our School:
The Spring Independent School District serves over 32,000 prekindergarten through twelfth-grade students in a diverse and growing district located 20 miles north of downtown Houston in a suburban area of HarrisCounty that spans 57 square miles. The District’s ethnic breakdown is 38.45 percent African American, 35.9 percent Hispanic, 20.6 percent white, 4.8 percent Asian and Pacific Islander and 0.2 percent Native American. Student needs drive the decisions that are made in Spring ISD, and priorities for meeting those needs have been established in a Five-Year Education Plan that is updated regularly. In addition, a Ten-Year Facilities Master Plan helps the District address the needs of one of the fastest-growing student populations in HarrisCounty and the GulfCoast region. The District opened four new schools in fall of 2006, bringing the total number of campuses to 30, which includes two high schools classified as 5A, a high-school career academy, a ninth-grade center, six sixth- through eighth-grade middle schools, one prekindergarten through second-grade primary school, one third-through fifth-grade intermediate school, and 18 prekindergarten through fifth-grade elementary schools. A third high school will open in fall of 2007. The District focuses on being fiscally responsible in all areas. For the fourth consecutive year, Spring ISD has earned a rating of superior achievement in the state’s financial accountability rating system. The rating is based on the district’s receiving a perfect score on 21 financial indicators.


Ilean Johnson

Thursday, Sep. 14, 2017
Spring ISD declined to enroll my children when we became displaced and homeless after Hurricane Harvey. After getting rejected by Cooper elementary, and their supervisor ms. Washington, I spoke with another supervisor who stated they did not have a plan for people in my situation and was supposed to return my call within that day. It's been 4 days and that call never came. I'm forced to enroll in a school that is 6-11 miles away rather than 2-4miles depending on where we will spend the night.

Joseph Jr. Prophet

Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Attended a district meeting. Very long, lasted about 4 hours. Great for parents and people in Spring district to learn what's going on.

Cornelius Chaisson

Monday, Nov. 23, 2015
Every school has their moments and stuff but its not everyday. Most of the time its a good enviroment for everyone and the district is only getting better.

Tyler Fisher

Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014
Worst school in America, Kids are treated like prisoners, and teachers are treated like kids. Very bad choice to let your kids go-to this school.

Zana Gibson

Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Very poor follow through on issues!!