Georgetown Independent School District

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Georgetown Independent School District is a public school district based in Georgetown, Texas (USA). The district, covering 180.3 square miles, has just over 10,000 students based on recent studies.

In addition to Georgetown, the district serves the city of Weir as well as the communities of Serenada and Walburg.

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


High schools[edit]


Grades 9–12[edit]

Grades 10–12[edit]

  • Richarte High School

Grades 6–12[edit]

  • Georgetown Alternative Program (Discipline Alternative Education Program)

Grades 4–12[edit]

  • Williamson County Juvenile Justice Center (Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program)

Middle schools[edit]

Grades 6-8[edit]


  • Douglas Benold Middle School
  • Charles A Forbes Middle School
  • James Tippit Middle School
  • George Wagner Middle School

Elementary schools[edit]

Grades K-5[edit]


  • George Washington Carver Elementary School
  • Patrica Webb Cooper Elementary School
  • Jo Ann Ford Elementary School.
  • Jack Frost Elementary School
  • Raye McCoy Elementary School
  • James E Mitchell Elementary School
  • Dell Pickett Elementary School closing 2020
  • AnnePurl Elementary School
  • Village Elementary School

Planned schools[edit]

  • Wolf Ranch Elementary School (2020)[4]
  • Everett L. Williams Elementary School (2020)[4]

Georgetown ISD Athletic Complex[edit]

The district opened up a brand new athletic complex in 2008 with addition of an approximately $11 million multipurpose stadium that seats appx 12,500. The field, named for former GHS football coach Bernard Birklebach, is Field Turf artificial turf. The complex already includes softball and baseball fields, tennis courts and a separate track facility.

Alternative Campuses[edit]

  • Grades 9-12
    • Richarte High School
  • Grades 6-12
    • Georgetown Alternative Program


  1. ^ "2009 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency. Archived from the original on 2015-10-25.
  2. ^ a b "Secondary Schools". Georgetown Independent School District. Retrieved 24 March 2019.
  3. ^ "Elementary Schools". Georgetown Independent School District. Retrieved 24 March 2019.
  4. ^ a b "GISD BOARD NAMES FUTURE SCHOOLS AND RENOVATED ADMINISTRATION BUILDING". Georgetown Alternative Program. Retrieved 24 March 2019.

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