From Pre-k to graduation, Taylor ISD is growing leaders for tomorrow. From a literary based pre-k program that offers both free and tuition enrollment, to an early college high school and preparations for numerous career paths, Taylor ISD offers a variety of programs and opportunities to prepare students for success after high school.
Taylor High School’s athletic programs regularly compete in playoffs in a variety of sports, and students/teams consistently advance to earn state level recognitions in band, color guard, hi-steppers and cheerleaders. Over thirty school and student-initiated activities meet regularly to pursue interests ranging from the BLADE Club (Beginners Learning Alternative Designs for Energy) to our nationally recognized Academic Decathlon.
Taylor ISD’s Legacy Early College High School is an innovative high school that provides students with an opportunity to earn a high school diploma and either a college associate degree or at least sixty college hours toward a baccalaureate degree at no cost to students. LECHS offers rigorous instruction and accelerated courses as well as academic and social support services to help students succeed.
The vision at Taylor Middle School is for all students to be successful. In order to achieve that vision, TMS keeps a structured environment that supports student academics and behaviors. School expectations center around four areas: Get Here, Get Engaged, Get a Book and Get Better.
Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students are of to a great start at T. H. Johnson Elementary where they are building strong foundations for success. With a focus on the 7 Habits of Happy Kids, Taylor’s youngest students are learning leadership skills that will help them throughout the rest of their school years and beyond.
Naomi Pasemann Elementary School is developing first, second and third grade leaders who have their ducks in a row. These students practice their motto daily: Never Quit, Practice Kindness and Encourage Others. The staff is dedicated to growing students both academically and socially. As a No Place For Hate campus, the Pasemann family is committed to providing a safe place for learning for all students.
Main Street Intermediate School strives to inspire students to achieve their full potential by making connections with their learning. Students are empowered to overcome obstacles so that they may have a successful future filled with opportunity.
The Taylor community is highly supportive of their local schools. Citizens donate over $120,000 each year for scholarships that are awarded to seniors. The Taylor Educational Enrichment Foundation awards an average of $70,000 each year in grants to teachers in support of creative and innovative classroom projects. The Taylor Rotary Club sponsors a banquet each year honoring the top ten percent of the graduation class. One hundred community volunteers serve as mentors in our MUNCH (Mentor at lunch) program, and active parent groups at each campus volunteer in many areas to support student success.
In Taylor ISD, you will find a team of caring professionals dedicated to providing your children with a premium educational experience. With a goal of continuous improvement and student success, Taylor ISD strives to be your district of choice. Stop by and see what all we have to offer. We would love to be a part of your child’s future success.