Covers 205.98 square miles in Johnson County
Employs a staff of more than 900 individuals that serve approximately 6,600 students in and around the Johnson County seat of Cleburne, Texas
Classified as a UIL 5A district
Features 12 campuses serving students from early childhood to adult education
Accredited by the Texas Education Agency (TEA)
Fall 2014 Demographic Update
Information on local, county and state economic conditions, the Cleburne housing market, CISD enrollment history and ten-year forecast, compiled by Templeton Demographics. (Downloadable file at bottom of page)
The Cleburne School District has a long and distinguished heritage dating back to the year 1884, with its first graduate, Bertha Clements being handed her diploma in the spring of 1892.
From its beginnings as a one ward district which served the children of the Santa Fe Rail Road shops, Cleburne ISD has grown into a nationally recognized school system that focuses on high academic standards built on a foundation of basic education principles. Our expectations remain high for our students as the “heritage of excellence” is sustained by future generations.
The mission of Cleburne ISD in partnerships with parents and community is to provide all students with rigorous and relevant learning.
Excellence Happens Here.
We believe that every student can succeed.
We believe that high expectations foster a high level of performance.
We will make all decisions in the best interest of our students.
We will prepare our students to be successful, productive citizens.