The Aldine Independent School District ranks among the state’s high-performing school districts according to data from the Texas Education Agency (TEA). It hasearned seven recognized ratings since 1996.

Aldine ISD covers 111 square miles in North Harris County and educates more than 70,000 students. This ethnically diverse district is the second best large school district in Texas for educating African American students and is ranked third among large school districts in Texas in educating Latino students, according to recent studies by Texas A&M University and the University of Texas – Pan American.

The district has 79 campuses: 1 Even Start center, 7 Early Childhood/Pre-Kindergarten centers, 35 elementary schools (grades K-4), 11 intermediate schools (grades 5-6), 10 middle schools (grades 7-8), 5 ninth-grade schools, 5 traditional high schools (grades 10-12), 1 Magnet high school, 1 night high school, 1 early college high school, 1 alternative education center and 1 dropout prevention center.

Aldine ISD is driven by the goal of increasing student achievement and providing better educational opportunities for all students.