The quality of education in Fort Bend County has long been a driving force to attract families to the area. Fort Bend County is one of the fastest growing counties in the nation. As the largest school district in the county, Fort Bend ISD is an outstanding K-12 public education system.
The District is Texas’ eighth largest with more than 77,000 students and one of the most diverse in the nation. Working and learning cohesively alongside families who speak more than 90 languages and dialects, the schools work together with students, their families and the community to address each student’s unique needs.
FBISD currently has 80 campuses: 11 high schools, 15 middle schools, 51 elementary campuses and five specialty schools to address the academic and vocational interests of students. With more than 11,000 full-time employees and substitutes, the District is the largest employer in Fort Bend County.
Fort Bend ISD is committed to its mission to inspire and equip all students to pursue futures beyond what they can imagine. Learn more about the FBISD story.
Points of Pride
Fort Bend ISD, its campuses and its students are routinely recognized for exemplary achievements by organizations such as The National Merit Scholars Program, the National Association of Music Merchants, Children at Risk, The Washington Post’s Top High Schools in the national rankings, U.S. News & World Report’s Best High Schools in the nation and the United States Presidential Scholars Program.
Fort Bend ISD was named the 2018 H-E-B Excellence in Education Award Winner in the Large School District category, receiving a $100,000 grand prize with the honor. At the 2017 ceremony, Fort Bend ISD's Board of Trustees, Travis High School Principal Julie Diaz and Crockett Middle School Teacher Richard Embrick received 2017 H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards
For details about these honors and more, visit the Headlines and Features section on the home page of the District's website or sign up to receive the weekly newsletter, ExPress