The Hitchcock Independent School District is a public school system nestled in the small community of Hitchcock, Texas, Galveston County, just 15 miles north of Galveston and 40 miles south of downtown Houston.
Hitchcock ISD is comprised of four campuses in addition to Kids First Head Start. The enrollment is approximately 1700 students in grades Pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. This student population currently is 44% African American, 31% Hispanic and 22% White. There is an overall rate of 80% for Economically Disadvantage.
Having a close-knit community and small student population allows Hitchcock ISD to have a complete understanding of individual family dynamics as well as an authentic connection to each student.
The mission of Hitchcock Independent School District is to produce contributing citizens prepared for life-long learning, believing in our country, themselves, and their fellow man in our ever-changing world by providing a personalized, yet diversified, quality education through varied learning experiences with pride, participation and performance in partnership with our community.
What starts here can change the world.