Roscoe ISD is home to approximately 316 students in PreK-12. Our combined campus is located in Nolan County 50 miles west of Abilene, Texas.
Roscoe ISD MissionRoscoe ISD believes that all students will learn and be successful, regardless of their previous life experiences. We believe that it is the purpose of our school to educate all students to their highest level of academic performance, while nurturing positive growth in social/emotional skills that are necessary to be productive members of our community and society.
Roscoe ISD is responsible for the preparing of its students to meet the challenges that they will face in tomorrow’s world. It is our responsibility to:
“Produce productive, active, and social members for society.”
Roscoe ISD MottoPlowboys/Plowgirls cultivating young minds to meet tomorrows challenges.
Roscoe ISD School ColorsPurple and White
Roscoe ISD School MascotPlowboys and Plowgirls
Roscoe ISD website: http://www.roscoe.esc14.net/
Highland Independent School District is a UIL Class A district with approximately 205 students enrolled. Highland School is located 12 miles southwest of Sweetwater, Texas.
Highland ISD Rated Title I Distinguished Performance CampusThe Texas Education Agency has rated HISD as a Title I Distinguished Performance Campus for 2008-09.
Highland ISD Rated Exemplary by TEAHighland ISD received an Exemplary rating from the Texas Education Agency for 2007-08. Exemplary is the highest rating on the state accountability rating system.
"America's Best High Schools"Highland High School was chosen as one of "America's Best High Schools" by U.S. News & World Report magazine. The "America's Best High Schools" list recognizes three categories of distinction: Gold, Silver, and Bronze. Highland High School received Bronze Medal recognition.
Highland ISD Mission StatementThe mission of Highland ISD is to
* educate every student by combining the wisdom of yesterday, the technology of today, and the vision for tomorrow to develop within each student strong moral character, high self-esteem, and the desire to succeed,
* encourage parental and community involvement in the educational process, and
* demonstrate responsibility to the community through sound fiscal management and open communications.
Highland ISD website: http://www.highland.esc14.net/