Corsicana Independent School District

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Corsicana Independent School District is a public school district based in Corsicana, Texas (USA).

In addition to Corsicana, the district serves the central Navarro County towns of Angus, Mustang, Oak Valley, Retreat, and Richland. A very small portion of the district extends into northern Freestone County.

In 2009, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[1]

The mascot for CHS is a Tiger (called Lady Tigers when referring to the female students). This is a school with around 1,400 students.[citation needed]


  • Dr. Diane Frost, Superintendent/CEO
    • Dr. Joe Young, Deputy Superintendent
  • Michael Nielson, Assistant Superintendent/Business & Finance
    • Marti Shaner, Assistant Superintendent/Learning Supports
    • Carla Stanford, Executive Director of Core Curriculum
    • Danzell Lee, Executive Director of Administration


High School (Grades 9-12)[edit]

Corsicana High School

Notable alumni[edit]

Middle School (Grades 7-8)[edit]

Collins Junior High School
  • Corsicana Middle School
    • Darla Nolen, Principal

Intermediate School (Grade 6)[edit]

  • Collins Intermediate School
    • Mickey White, Principal

Elementary Schools[edit]

James Bowie Elementary School
  • Grades K-5
    • James Bowie Elementary
      • Amy Gibbs, Principal
    • James W. Fannin Elementary
      • Diane Acock, Principal
    • Jose Antonio Navarro Elementary School
      • Kevin Phillips, Principal
  • Grades PK-5
    • Ezra L. Carroll Elementary
      • Stephanie Howell, Principal
  • Grades PK-5
    • Sam Houston Dual Language Magnet Elementary School
      • Tracey Jordan, Principal

Former schools[edit]

William Barrett Travis Elementary School was previously in operation in Corsicana. It first opened in 1923, replacing the Mineral Hill School.[2]


  1. ^ "2009 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency. Archived from the original on 2015-10-25.
  2. ^ Simpson, Gelene (2009-08-31). "SIMPSON: Some history of Travis School". Corsicana Daily News. Retrieved 2017-03-02.

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