|Port Neches-Groves ISD
District Rating: Recognized
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|Van Buren Elementary||K-3||8:00 - 3:00||317||Exemplary|
|Taft Elementary||PreK-3||8:00 - 3:00||433||Exemplary|
|Ridgewood Elementary||K-3||8:00 - 3:00||397||Exemplary|
|Woodcrest Elementary||PreK-3||8:00 - 3:00||345||Exemplary|
|Groves Elementary||4-5||8:30 - 3:30||368||Recognized|
|Port Neches Elementary||4-5||8:30 - 3:30||339||Acceptable|
|Groves Middle School||6-8||8:15 - 3:30||526||Recognized|
|Port Neches Middle School||6-8||8:15 - 3:30||561||Acceptable|
|Port Neches-Groves High School||9-12||7:45 - 3:00||1419||Acceptable|
PN-GISD employs 655 employees and serves 4,723 students in two K-3 elementaries, two PreK-3 elementaries, two 4-5 elementaries, two 6-8 middle schools, one 9-12 high school, and one alternative education campus. In addition, 72% of PN-GISD teachers have over 10 years experience.
In addition to modern classrooms, each campus has a centralized library or learning resource center, gymnasium, and cafeteria. Port Neches-Groves High School also houses vocational facilities, computer labs, and a science wing. A recent $123M bond was approved by district voters which will build two new middle schools, provide for renovations/new buildings for the high school, provide for necessary elementary campus renovations, and purchase new buses.
PN-GISD offers a wide range of TEA accredited educational opportunities, from early childhood through grade 12. PN-G High School is also accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The curriculum is structured to serve all students--both the college bound and the work-oriented student.
PN-GISD students consistently perform well on standardized measures of achievement. In addition, TAKS scores are consistently above state and regional averages. Other testing measures also indicate strong academic preparation.
PN-GISD operates under the direction of the Texas Education Agency and in conjunction with Region V Education Service Center.