Anahuac ISD is comprised of a wonderful blend of communities that encompass the majority of picturesque Chambers County. Covering over 350 square miles of land, and another 120 square miles of water, the communities of Anahuac ISD are as varied as the countryside we occupy. From the thick pine forests on the north end of the district, to the Gulf Stream waters off Smith Point, this landscape is a model of diversity.
At Anahuac ISD we acknowledge and value that diversity, but recognize that there are universal values that weave us all together in a unified tapestry. We recognize and appreciate the sacrifices made by our forefathers, and our veterans to provide the lifestyle that we have inherited. We consider ourselves stewards of that lifestyle, and work to see it maintained. At the same time, we embrace the growth brought on by a global marketplace as being essential for the enrichment and strengthening of our community fabric. We are committed to recognizing the needs of the workforce and then responding by providing an ever-challenging curriculum, geared to prepare students for THEIR future, not our past.
Our teachers work in Professional Learning Communities that facilitate collaboration and data-driven decision making in their teaching. Our goal is to set new heights in student performance by focusing on student engagement and inspiration in a safe learning environment. Apogee is the term used to describe the highest point of flight or development. At Anahuac ISD, we are Re-Setting Apogee!
If you would like to know more about our district, please do not hesitate to call me at 409.267.2000.
James Hopper Superintendent, Anahuac ISD