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Welcome to Granger Independent School District

Over 125 Years of Quality Public School Education


Granger Independent School District is a public school district established in 1887. The district serves pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade students. Granger High School is classified as 2-A by the University Interscholastic League.

Mission Statement

Granger Independent School District will provide students with a quality education which enables every student to graduate high school with advanced skills for future success.


Top 7 Reasons Why Granger is One of the Best Small Schools in Central Texas

1. 100% graduation rate for three years in a row (2014 - 2016).

2. Small class sizes (Average 12-15 students per class K-12).

3. Technology rich district (1:1 for grades 6-12).

4. At or above STAAR state test scores.

5. At or above SAT state average (over 60% going directly to college).

6. Global Focus (Granger performs at or above world mean scores for math and science).

7. Free dual-credit opportunities for all students for both college courses and technical careers.


A “District of Innovation” was being sought for Granger ISD over the past few months.  At the conclusion of the DOI process, the School Board voted not to move forward with the designation and flexibility of a “District of Innovation” by a 4-3 vote for the 2017-18 school year.  The site based committee had reviewed and considered several school calendars for the next school year with and without the designation of a DOI.   Calendar “B“ will now be the recommended school calendar for the 2017-18 school year.  This has been a great school year for Granger ISD.  We hope you have an awesome summer break, and we will look forward to seeing everyone at the start of our next school year on August 28th.  

Randy Willis

Superintendent of schools.

School Calendar Option “B”



Update on District of Innovation Plan

Granger ISD is moving forward with its plan for becoming a District of Innovation.  On Wednesday, March 22, a special board meeting was held for a public hearing on the DOI and to approve a committee for developing a DOI Plan.  The school board voted 5-2 to move forward with the district looking at a DOI plan.  The board also voted 7-0 to approve the SBDMC as the DOI committee.

The SBDMC met on Thursday March 23rd and took up the DOI Plan.  The SBDMC committee voted 8-2 to move forward with District of Innovation and then voted 8-2 to accept the DOI plan as presented with flexibility for the start of school.  With the approval of the plan, the committee also voted 10-0 to recommend school calendar Option C, which is based off the DOI plan.  The DOI plan and school calendar C can be found on the links below.

TEA has been been informed of the Granger DOI plan, and we will have it posted on our web site for the next 30 days as required in the DOI process.  The DOI plan will then be presented to the school board on May 11th for their final approval of the plan.  The plan must receive 2/3rds vote of the school board to become a District of Innovation.

District Calender Option C

Updated District of Innovation Plan



District of Innovation

On March 6, 2016, the Granger ISD School Board passed a resolution to initiate the process of becoming a “District of Innovation”.  The school board will be having a public hearing on “DOI” on Wednesday, March 22nd at 6:30 PM. We welcome any of our Granger community to attend the meeting and participate in our discussions. To learn more about the “DOI”, please click on any of the following links. 

District of Innovation

District of Innovation Documents

State Guidelines



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Employee Awards Recipients
The 2016-17 Teacher of the Year Award was given to Tracy Terry, our junior high reading and ELA teacher. The 2016-17 Support Staff Member of the Year Award was given to Tracie Niskern, our PEIMS ... [read full article]
Posted Date: 05/26/2017
Source Page: District News

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Ryan Pickett Takes the Gold
Granger sophomore, Ryan Pickett competed in the State Track and Field Meet in Austin on May 12, 2017. He won U.I.L. State Championship in Shot Put with a throw of 53' 4.5". ... [read full article]
Posted Date: 05/12/2017
Source Page: HS Athletics News

Baseball Camp
May 30th – June 1st for In-Coming 1st – 9th Graders. 9:00 – 11:00 at Granger Lion Baseball Field Cost $35 (Make check payable to: Granger Baseball) Return to School Office or Registration ... [read full article]
Posted Date: 05/09/2017
Source Page: District News

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JH Makes a Statement at District Tennis
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Posted Date: 05/02/2017
Source Page: JH Athletics News

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Posted Date: 05/01/2017
Source Page: District News

District Announcements
Mr. Willis has coffee with the commissioner of education to discuss accountability
Inclement Weather Procedures
Information on how Granger ISD will respond if there is a need to address severe weather conditions: — A district representative will investigate the designated bus routes at 5 a.m. to determine conditions on bridges and low lying areas. If there is a need to cancel school or implement a late start, a message will be sent out via the Granger ISD call-out system at 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. as well as a posting on our district website and notifying local television news stations. You can also connect with us on Facebook and Twitter at the links at the bottom of the page. The safety of our students is the main concern in situations such as these. Thank you and have a nice day!