the family atmosphere between administration and staff. I love working with my students and they love learning.” Rocky Whitely, Algebra, Statistics and Risk Management Teacher at Navasota High School
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- 100% Class of 2018 accepted to a college/trade school/military
- $800,000+ in scholarships awarded to 2017 seniors
- $50,000+ raised to support community organizations
- 16.8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio Grades K-5
- 17.4:1 Student-Teacher Ratio Grades 6-12
- 35+% teachers with 11 or more years of experience
- 100% students served free breakfast daily
- 60 college credit hours earnable by Navasota High Students
- 5 Career and Technology Endorsement Programs
- 96% 2016-2017 graduation rate
- Elementary Campuses offer Music, Art, P.E., and Computer Classes weekly
“My favorite part of working at Navasota ISD is the small town atmosphere of the district. I love how everyone knows one another and that education is personal.” Kristi Ramsey, Associate Principal at Navasota High School
is THE PEOPLE! The relationships that I’ve built with students and friendships that have been formed with colleagues are still vibrant today. So it is THE PEOPLE, for years and years, who have made every day special for me at Navasota ISD. Once a Rattler...Always a Rattler!” Nancy Bouliane, Librarian at Navasota High School
Navasota ISD is looking for a campus principal for the 2019-2020 school year. Please click on the title for a link to the job description as well as application information.
Navasota ISD will be accepting nominations for the Gifted and Talented Program January 22- February 5, 2019 A “gifted and talented student,” as defined by the Texas Education Code, is one who shows the potential for performing at a remarkably high level of accomplishment when compared to peers. A gifted and talented (GT) student may exhibit high performance capabilities in an intellectual, creative, or artistic area, possess an unusual capacity for leadership, or excel in a specific academic field. The GT Program at Navasota ISD is designed for these types of students who need services and activities not ordinarily provided by the regular classroom teacher. Anyone interested in nominating a student in grades K-12 for the GT Program may contact the campus GT coordinator/counselor or pick up an application form in the front office. Nominations received after the February 5, 2019 deadline will not be considered until the next academic school year. Navasota ISD está aceptando nominaciones para el Programa de “Gifted y Talented” (Dotados y Talentosos) 5 de febrero de 2019. Si algún padre tiene interés en nominar a su hijo(a) en grados K-12 favor de comunicarse con consejero(a) o levante una forma en la oficina.
Families of incoming 6th graders are invited to the NJH Cafeteria on February 25th or February 28th from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm.
NISD has three Pre-K-5th Grade campuses, the attached map shows where the boundary lines have been made. Please feel free to contact the Administration Office with questions you may have!