Alvin Independent School District

Alvin ISD At A Glance...

Academic Performance - Alvin ISD is an accredited district with a Recognized rating from the Texas Education Agency.
Growth - Since 1999 the district has experienced a 33% growth in student population. Over the last five years, property values have increased from a little over $1 billion to almost $5 billion.

District Size - Alvin ISD covers 250 square miles in northern Brazoria County and serves the communities of Alvin, Manvel, Iowa Colony, Liverpool, Amsterdam, and parts of Rosharon, Arcola, and Pearland.

Student Enrollment - Approximately 18,200 students make Alvin ISD the second largest school district in Brazoria County.

Finances - The budget for 2012-2013 is $143,294,099.

Tax Rate - The 2012 tax rate is $1.329100 per $100 assessed market value.

Campuses - The district has two high schools, one academic alternative school, one behavior alternative school, five junior high schools and fourteen elementary schools.

Employees - Alvin ISD employs approximately 2,500 people dedicated to the district's educational mission. Over half of these employees work directly with students on a daily basis. About 20% of the districts' teachers hold advanced degrees.

Teacher Salaries - A beginning teacher with a bachelor's degree earns $46,700 and a beginning teacher with a master’s degree earns $47,700. Alvin ISD provides a comprehensive benefits package, part of which is paid by the district.

Ethnic Composition - The district's ethnic composition is 44.5% Hispanic, 34% White, 12% African American, 8% Asian and 1% other.