Thrall Independent School District has the responsibility to educate all students to become contributing, productive, and responsible citizens.
We are dedicated to educating students to become contributing, productive, and responsible citizens.We are very proud of our outstanding staff and students. We believe that the small school and class size setting provides the optimum learning environment for all students. We are a family-oriented community and school district. We demonstrate academic excellence. We teach students to become responsible citizens, develop positive self-concepts, exhibit tolerance and compassion for others, and to become life-long learners. Thrall ISD maintains high academic standards for all student populations in our district. We have designed, developed, and implemented appropriate programs, which address the nature and needs of both special populations and regular student populations. We provide quality staff development and quality communication across the district.
Thrall Independent School District is a rural district located 45 miles northeast of Austin on US HWY 79 covering 149 square miles in Eastern Williamson County. Thrall ISD serves the small communities of Thrall, Beaukiss, Shiloh, Noack, Hare, Structure, and Sandoval. Thrall ISD consists of three campuses-Thrall Elementary School, Thrall Middle School, and Thrall High School. These campuses are all located on the same property utilizing 11 different buildings. Located within the city limits of Thrall, Texas,
The district is a central entity of a town with a population of approximately 700. The City of Thrall was founded in 1876 as a railroad station on the International-Great Northern line and was first called Stiles Switch. The Stiles School was opened in the 1880's. When a post office-general store was opened in 1901, the name Thrall was chosen for the community, after Homer S. Thrall, a Methodist minister. In 1908 Stiles School was moved to a new larger building and renamed Thrall School. Thrall ISD was established in 1908.