Navarro Independent School District
- Navarro High (Grades 9–12)
- Navarro Junior High (Grades 7–8)
- Navarro Intermediate (Grades 4–6)
- Navarro Elementary (Grades PK-3)
After much debate and several rounds of voting (mainly about funding), NISD approved the building of a new high school in order to cope with the growing number of students. This new high school first officially welcomed students in the fall of the 2006 school year.
NISD is housed on four campuses (High School, Junior High, Intermediate, and Elementary). The new high school building was built on what was originally the baseball field, thus causing a new baseball field to be built next to the already existing softball field. The current junior high has taken residence in the former high school building, which many years earlier had housed all the campuses. The current intermediate school resides in the former middle school, which when first built, housed the elementary.
Their school mascot[ambiguous] is a Panther. School colors are purple, black, white, and gold.
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