One Family…Many Faces

  • In Fort Bend ISD, recognizing and appreciating cultural differences is a way of life. All students and personnel are valued members of our unique family, each playing a significant role in our success. While the world around us may often face stereotyping, Fort Bend ISD encourages staff and students to embrace that which makes us different.
    By supporting an environment that facilitates and encourages safe and open dialogue on diversity, and by empowering our students to embrace their diversity, we are striving to ensure that our students will be sincerely open and equipped to work and live in a diverse world.

    Speaking more than 90 languages and dialects, Fort Bend ISD is one of the most culturally diverse school districts in the state of Texas and we consider that to be a strength! These statistics illustrate the changing face of diversity in Fort Bend ISD.
    Pie Charts illustrating District's diversity  
    How we’ve changed over
    the last 23 years (1992):
    11.25 % Asian/Pacific Islander
    28.56 % Black
    14.42 % Hispanic
    45.71 % White
    0.06 % Native American
    .32 % American Indian/Alaska Native
    21.61 % Asian
    32.80 % Black
    .13 % Native Hawaiian/Other Pac. Islander
    15.29 % White
    27.22 % Hispanic
    2.63 % Two or More Races