Idalou Independent School District
Idalou ISD has three schools, all of which share a single campus – Idalou High (Grades 9-12), Idalou Middle (Grades 5-8), and Idalou Elementary (Grades PK-4).
The mascot of all three schools is the Wildcat. Many students at the Idalou High school are very successful, being the first school in AA history to win a football and basketball state championship in the same year. Other Athletic Programs include: track, baseball, golf, softball, band, and of course the WORLD FAMOUS TENNIS TEAM, led by Mrs. Coach Reid. Idalou is also very successful academically. In 2012 the UIL spelling team, lead by Sherry Bigham, won the state championship. This past year, in 2012-2013 UIL competition, Idalou took home the gold at the district meet scoring 600+ points over all with the nearest competitor at barely 200 points. As shown above Idalou is the town it is because of its leadership, a lot of which comes from the strong agricultural programs put in place at Idalou. Lead by Fud and Mr.Collins, Idalou's FFA program is one of, if not the strongest FFA chapter in the state of Texas. With the help of these two teachers, Idalou is home to the Lubbock District president, Jacob Howle, and the Area 1 Association President Keenan Schilling. Success in Idalou is always prevalent which is why the school and town have constantly been growing for decades now. If you really want to learn more about Idalou, visit the very well organized website: idalouisd.net
- "2009 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency.
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