Conroe Independent School District is one of two public school systems that serve residents of Woodforest. The district has a legacy of excellence, with district test-takers easily exceeding state and regional scores on state-mandated tests. In addition, Conroe ISD students are well-equipped to meet the rigorous challenges of college. More than one-third of the district’s high school students take advanced and dual credit courses and students’ commitment to their studies is evident in their SAT scores, which are nearly 190 points above the average state scores. Guiding students along the road to success are dedicated teachers who have been with the district an average of seven years. More than 41 percent of the district’s educators have 11 or more years of experience and nearly 26 percent hold master’s or doctorate degrees.
Woodforest students zoned to Conroe ISD attend Stewart Elementary (Kindergarten through sixth grades), Peet Junior High (seventh and eighth grades) and Conroe High School (grades ninth through 12th), and has won numerous academic, fine arts and athletic honors.
Acclaimed Montgomery Independent School District also serves young residents of Woodforest. Respected academically for its innovative approach to education, schools in the district routinely receive the highest rating given by the Texas Education Agency. Nearly three-quarters of graduating students take college entrance exams, with their average SAT score of more than 1500 easily topping average state scores. Helping students shine academically is a ratio of 15.1 students per teacher. Montgomery ISD teachers have an average of 14 years of teaching experience and more than 25 percent have earned advanced degrees. The school district also is recognized for its financial management practices, with Montgomery ISD receiving a superior achievement rating through the Texas Education Agency's Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas.
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