2024-25 Grade Reconfiguration Plan
WELCOME MILITARY FAMILIES
AISD is proud to welcome military families to our schools and the Abilene area! Our goal is to support you through the challenges of deployment, relocation, and learning life in a new city. Below, you’ll find valuable information and resources to assist you. Welcome to AISD!
Take Your Next Step.
You have the chance to take charge of your education and choose to be part of something big in Abilene. Certifications offered in dozens of career pathways, you can take advantage of a new state-of-the-art facility and gain real-world experience in todays and tomorrows technologies.
Your PASSION. Our PURPOSE.
Nothing is more rewarding than accomplishing a mission you share with others in service to your community. When you become a part of the Abilene ISD family, you can be sure that you’re making a real difference in the lives of our students and your neighbors.
Speak Up for Safety
Some examples of reasons to reach out for help for yourself or others are bullying, violence, personal health, suicide prevention, or a crisis at home. If this is an emergency or life-threatening to the student or others, please call 911.
Bullying – Suicide Prevention – Crisis at Home – Personal Health – Homelessness – Student Safety
Our Upcoming Events & Activities
From Our Students
“While I was a student of Abilene ISD, I was given many opportunities to be in leadership positions. Whether it was student council president, whether it was class president or whether it was a captain of an athletic team, those opportunities afforded me the chance to build a skill set that has allowed me to be in leadership positions today.“
Rep. Stan Lambert
– AHS Class of 1971
From Our Students
“I love AISD. AISD influenced me to pursue the field of medicine after a senior biology and anatomy teacher named D.R. Jonas directed me. It prepared me for both my undergraduate and graduate studies, as well as for my current position as a physician in Abilene, Texas.“
Dr. Leslie (Pickett) Hutchins
– CHS Class of 2000
AISD News & Activities
The Mission of the Abilene Independent School District is to provide exceptional educational opportunities in an environment that will produce graduates with the skills necessary to become productive, responsible citizens.
2021 - 22 Class Grads.
Why Choose Abilene ISD?
Allow us to show you why we are the clear choice for your education experience.
OUTSTANDING. EXCITING. AISD.
Employment Opportunities – Apply Now
First-year teacher salary is $49,000
Explore Abilene ISD
Programs & Features
We strive to make classrooms and education more meaningful and relevant for all students and teachers by providing unique, extraordinary opportunities. Few districts have the resources that the AISD can provide.
Career & Technical Education
The LIFT Center is now open! We are excited to be offering courses in electrical technology, digital communications, graphic design, culinary arts, information technology, software development, engineering, and many others.
STEM & Magnet Programs
ATEMS Academy of Technology, Engineering & Mathematics @ The LIFT
Holland Medical High School partnership with HSU to prepare healthcare professionals for the advanced medical field
Center of Innovation 5th Grade STEM program on campus at McMurry
AISD Athletic Programs
Our district has great, award-winning, athletics programs that have won numerous state accolades and developed champions. AISD provides highly competitive programs to instil exceptional character in our students.
Exceptional Fine Arts Choices
The mission of the Abilene Independent School District fine arts department is to provide support to campus fine arts teachers, encouraging them to create an inspiring delivery of the sequential subject matter defined by the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills to all students in their classrooms.
Leadership & Student Services
Our goal is to provide customer service to our families for any questions or concerns they may have related to our district or a particular campus. Leadership & Student Services includes transfers, discipline support, expulsions, complaints, grievances, behavior support, classroom management training, behavior and therapeutic classrooms, and community outreach.
The board has established policies and procedures to prohibit and promptly address inappropriate and offensive behaviors that are based on a person’s race, color, religion, sex, gender, national origin, disability, age, or any other basis prohibited by law.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Notice of Release of Information