Calhoun County Independent School District
The district was formed in July 1948 with the consolidation of the Seadrift, Olivia, Six Mile, Long Mott, Magnolia Beach, Kamey, Port O'Connor, and Roemerville districts into the Port Lavaca Independent School District. As the consolidation resulted in the combined district having boundaries coinciding with those of Calhoun County, the district took its present name in September 1948.
- Calhoun High School (Port Lavaca; grades 9–12)
- Travis Middle School (Port Lavaca; grades 6–8)
- Seadrift School (Seadrift; grades PK–8)
- Port O'Connor Elementary School (Port O'Connor; grades PK–5)
- Jackson-Roosevelt Elementary School (Port Lavaca; grades PK–5)
- Harrison-Jefferson-Madison Elementary School (Port Lavaca; grades PK–5)
- Hope Alternative High School (Port Lavaca; grades 9–12)
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