Garland ISD is proud to be one of six districts chosen for The Holdsworth Center Partnership, a five-year journey that will help us grow more strong, inspiring leaders to help teachers thrive and students succeed.
The Gilbreath-Reed Career and Technical Center was recently named one of just 13 high school InvenTeams by the Lemelson-MIT Program to create a technological invention that solves a problem stemming from the local community.
With less than five percent of districts across the nation earning this award, it acknowledges GISD’s dedication to transformational change in the interest of equity and the well-being of all students.
Thirteen Garland ISD students are among the area’s newest authors. These budding bestsellers from Kimberlin and Austin Academies for Excellence won the 2020 I Write Short Stories by Kids for Kids contest.
Ten GISD students have earned a prestigious title shared by just 16,000 high schoolers nationwide. The academically talented seniors were named National Merit Semifinalists—a distinction less than one percent of U.S. students received this year.
Garland ISD's history of being financially responsible, stretching budgets, doing more with less and being good stewards of taxpayer dollars is being recognized by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada.