Alvin ISD At A Glance...

  • Academic Performance - Alvin ISD is an accredited district with a Recognized rating from the Texas Education Agency.
    Growth - Alvin ISD continues to see significant growth in student population. Enrollment continues to increase by about 1,000 students each year, which is the equivalent to the capacity of a junior high campus. 

    District Size - Alvin ISD covers 252 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 22,000 students make Alvin ISD the largest school district in Brazoria County.

    Finances - The budget for 2015-16 is $190,247,565.

    Tax Rate - The 2015 tax rate is $1.4170 per $100 assessed market value.

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

    Employees - Alvin ISD employs approximately 2,874 people dedicated to the district's educational mission. 

    Teacher Salaries - A beginning teacher with a bachelor's degree earns $60,123 with salary, self-funded insurance, and benefits. Alvin ISD provides a comprehensive benefits package, part of which is paid by the district.

    Ethnic Composition - The district's ethnic composition is 44% Hispanic, 29.4% White, 15.6% African American, 8.6% Asian and 2.4% other.