The mission of Lufkin ISD is to educate and equip all students for success through exceptional learning experiences. We accomplish that success through world- class academics with rigorous and creative teaching that takes students to another level. Our Gifted and Talented, PACE, Magnet (STEM), and Dual Language programs have produced 118 AP Scholars, and countless Academic All Star Students. Lufkin ISD can meet the needs of every student to inspire and challenge them whether they are competitive in sports, choir, accounting, theatre arts, band, robotics, photography, culinary arts, computer coding, and much more. At Lufkin ISD, the difference is in the outcome. Students graduate to something and not just from somewhere. With 98% of graduating senior entering college or the military, Lufkin ISD produces some of the best quality graduates prepared for our ever-changing world. Lufkin ISD… leading today’s students, preparing tomorrow’s leaders.
101 Cotton Square Lufkin, TX 75901 • (936) 630-4343
Superintendent: Dr. LaTonya Goffney
Central Independent School District is excited about engaging students in 21st century learning opportunities. Our desire is to train and equip students through a customized education plan designed for success in college and/or in the workforce. In keeping with their individual gifts and talents, we want to help each student choose the right path for their future. Angelina College has been a valued partner of Central ISD for many years. Central High School students can earn between 20 to 30 college-hour with the district paying all tuition and fees. Also, the district has outstanding co-extracurricular programs developing well-rounded students. Finally, Central ISD believes in innovation being the first school district in our area to provide "one on one" Google Chromebooks for students. Digital tools have made a significant impact by changing the way students learn. We understand that whether our students decide to enter the workforce after high school or plan to continue academic studies, technology fluency and digital skills are crucial to their success. Central ISD is a great place for students to learn and grow.
7622 US Hwy 69 N Pollok, TX 75969 • (936) 853-2216
Superintendent: Allen Garner
Diboll Independent School District, as the educational center of this community, prepares students for the challenges of the 21st century through the collaborative efforts of parents, staff and community in a safe learning environment. As one of the leading school districts in the area, Diboll is committed to quality education for the well-being of all children,. The full involvement and resources of the entire community allow Diboll Independent School District to provide the education necessary to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Their dedication to education makes Diboll the most desirable place to live in East Texas.
215 N. Temple Dr. Diboll, TX 75941 • (936) 829-4718
Superintendent: Vicki Thomas
Hudson ISD's vision is to build on the exemplary and continue to be a quality, well-rounded academic environment that recognizes the diversity, talents and interests of its students. The community is extremely supportive in providing quality facilities that support this new vision. Hudson has a strong partnership with Angelina College, promoting post-secondary opportunities. Students are enrolled in many dual credit classes on the college campus, as well as on-line courses accessed from the campus. This partnership has expanded to the career programs. in 2009, Hudson ISD became the first public high school to offer a LVN program on its high school campus. Hudson's new vision will build on this pathway, opening additional career certification opportunities for its students.
6735 Ted Trout Dr Lufkin, TX 75904 • (936) 875-3351
Superintendent: Donnie Webb
Huntington Independent School District focuses on providing excellence in education for all students for success at school and in future endeavors with emphasis on achieving tomorrow's excellence today. Take a moment to learn about Huntington; and because there is no substitute for personal experience, they welcome you to set up an appointment to visit one of their campuses.
908 Main St. Huntington, TX 75949 • (936) 876-4287
Superintendent: David Flowers
Zavalla ISD works hard to bring the past, present, and future together to make ZISD a success. Zavalla ISD is an upwardly evolving school district that has taken tremendous strides recently. The community is forward thinking and supportive of the district's endeavors. The two campuses are comprised of a faculty and staff of the highest quality who are committed to all students achieving beyond their own imaginations. The Board of Trustees have set ZISD on a course for progress and they continue to strive for excellence. Zavalla ISD endorses academic achievement for every student and promotes extracurricular success for all programs. Recent expansions in technology have allowed for 1:1 technology in grades 3-5 and the creation of a Google Chromebook lab for high school students. The new athletic complex is used by the community on a daily basis for walking and jogging, as well as for PE classes and athletic teams. ZISD schools are small enough to make personal connections and the offers of great opportunities for children to learn in a safe, nurturing environment. The parents, community members, churches, and local businesses of Zavalla are devoted to the success of all students by facilitating in the creation of a solid academic foundation for their children.
431 E Main Zavalla, TX 75980 • (936) 897-2674
Superintendent: Ricky Oliver
non-traditional high SCHOOL
Beth and Horace Stubblefield Learning Center is an accredited non-traditional high school focusing on dropout recovery and prevention. In 1966, our participating districts (Central, Diboll, Hudson, Lufkin, and Zavalla) and the Lufkin/Angelina County Chamber of Commerce formed a cooperative that created our self-paced environment for retaining and educating students. This partnership allow "at-risk" students between the ages of 16 and 21 who are no longer in school, are credit deficient and/or are in danger of dropping out, a "second chance" to earn a high school diploma from their home district. The program is based on flexibility and personalized self-paced courses. All basic academic courses plus a variety of vocational classes are offered at Stubblefield Learning Center. Our unique program gives individual over the age of 21 an opportunity to ear a diploma from the district in which they live. Community leaders, educators, local businesses, organizations and foundations continue to work together to maintain a program that gives "at-risk" students a "second chance" to gain skills and knowledge that qualifies them for employment. further education and/or career advancement.
502 College Dr. Lufkin, TX 75901 • (936) 634-1100
Director: Jeff Walker
Pineywoods Community Academy is an open enrollment public charter school that opened its doors in 1998. Located at 602 South Raguet in Lufkin, Pineywoods offers a comprehensive elementary and secondary education program. For the 2015-2016 school year, the school serves 970 students in Pre-Kindergarten trough 12th grade. Designated an Early College High School by the Texas Education Agency, Pineywoods students spend part of their day at Angelina College beginning in grade 9 where they have the opportunity to take dual credit classes that allow students to earn high school and college credit at the same time. Transportation is provided for students from Pineywoods to the Angelina College campus. Students who begin the program in grade 9 have an opportunity to graduate with both a high school diploma and up to 60 college hours including an Associates Degree from Angelina College.
602 S. Raguet Lufkin, TX 75901 • (936) 634-5515
Director: Ken Vaughn
Crimson Christian Academy is currently serving the East Texas area by providing K-12 education and is accredited by ACTS and recognized by TEPSAC. Crimson Christian Academy partners with families to provide a biblically-based, Christian worldview curriculum challenging each student to achieve their highest spiritual, academic, creative, and athletic potential for the glory of God. Crimson Christian Academy is located at 7020 S. Hwy 59 in Burke, TX.
St. Cyprian's Episcopal School was established in 1955. We provide an extraordinary learning experience to a diverse student population in a Christian environment. Passionate teachers and staff provide a academic rigor, engaging instruction and innovative curriculum in a nurturing environment. Specialty classes of art, music, technology, and environmental science allow students to develop skills of teamwork, creativity, curiosity, and critical thinking. Call today for a tour at (936)-632-1720, or visit our website at www.saintcyprians.org. St. Cyprian's Episcopal School is accredited by the state of Texas and the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools.
1115 S. John Redditt Lufkin, TX 75901 • (936) 632-1720
Head of School: Sherry Durham
St. Patrick is a co-educational Catholic school serving student's of all faiths in grades Pre-K3 through 8th. St. Patrick's offer exceptional educational opportunities to student in Angelina and surrounding counties and are dedicated to their spiritual, academic and physical development. The school's programs emphasize religious education, academic curriculum, technology and physical fitness and teaches students the skills that empower them to excel in today's society.
Angelina College(AC) offer 2-year Associate of Arts, Associates of Science, and Associates of Applied Science degrees, along with certificates of completion in more than 60 different fields of study. The college is two-year institution founded in 1968, and has upgraded its educational facilities to include off campus centers in jasper, Livingston and Crockett. AC is highly regarded for is health care, technical and industrial training programs. In addition, AC's Distance Learning programs allow students to "attend" classes from areas throughout East Texas. Many of the college's students complete their education at Stephen F. Austin University, only 20 miles away in neighboring Nacogdoches. Angelina College's credit enrollment is now well over the 5,000 mark. The college offer both transfer and vocational classes at an affordable cost. Community Services' short courses are available for continuing education geared toward providing job skills and for recreation.
Texas Bible College
Texas Bible College offers many courses of study in Theology, Christian Music and Christian Education. The Curriculum for the courses of study has been developed over the fifty-two-year history of the college. Freshman, junior, and senior courses are available. The sixty-acre TB campus offers fresh air, security, and beautiful, clean facilites. We offer a two year Associates Degree and a four year Bachelor Degree in Theology, Christian Music, Christian Education and Missions.