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Navasota Independent School District

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Navasota ISD encompasses 362 sq. mi. and is located in the southern part of Grimes County. Teachers and staff are highly dedicated to caring for & educating all 3056 students. The citizens of the NISD take great pride in the quality of their schools.

Navasota Facts

  • 100% Class of 2018 accepted to a college/trade school/military
  • $800,000+ in scholarships awarded to 2017 seniors
  • $50,000+ raised to support community organizations
  • staff 16.8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio Grades K-5
  • staff 17.4:1 Student-Teacher Ratio Grades 6-12
  • academics 35+% teachers with 11 or more years of experience
  • 100% students served free breakfast daily
  • 60 college credit hours earnable by Navasota High Students
  • document 5 Career and Technology Endorsement Programs
  • alumni 96% 2016-2017 graduation rate
  • Elementary Campuses offer Music, Art, P.E., and Computer Classes weekly

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PLAYOFF FRIDAY (click for ticket link) Featured Photo

PLAYOFF FRIDAY (click for ticket link)

Navasota Rattlers vs. Geronimo Navarro Panthers Friday, November 27 at 7:00 p.m. in Giddings. Rattlers are the Home Team. All tickets are $8 and will be sold online. No tickets sold at the gate. Click title for ticket information.
PLAYOFF SHIRTS Featured Photo

PLAYOFF SHIRTS

Playoff T-shirt Information: Playoff shirts will be sold on campus throughout playoffs. Shirts are a black short sleeve, and cost $12. Contact Carolyn Harris at NHS - 936-825-4250, or email harrisc@navasotaisd. org, & Cornelia Wilson- wilsonc@navasotaisd.org
NAVASOTA ART NEWS! Featured Photo

NAVASOTA ART NEWS!

Navasota ISD was represented at the Texas Art Education Association's Virtual TAEA/TASB Exhibit this year by NJH 7th grader, Elijah Jennings, and his artwork "Chilling at Sunset".
UNITY DAY 2020 Featured Photo

UNITY DAY 2020

Today, members of the Navasota High School Student Council joined with many classes from Webb Elementary, via Zoom, to discuss what it means to have courage and what it looks like to stand up to bullies for yourself and for your friends. The NHS Student Council shared two stories with our Viper friends, “Bully Beans” by Julia Cook and “One” by Katherine Otoshi. The stories encouraged a lot of great questions, discussions, and activities between the Rattlers and the Vipers. Our hope is for all of Rattler Nation to Stand United and Stand Up to bullies.