Welcome to Alvarado ISD
Alvarado ISD is a K-12 public school system located at the southern intersection of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The 92-square-mile district consists of six schools serving more than 3,700 scholars and 500 educators. Families are drawn to Alvarado ISD because of our high expectations academically, successful athletics programs, award-winning fine arts and safe learning environment.
News & Events
Alvarado Junior High's spirit squad placed fourth at the North Texas Colorguard Association's Cadet Championships on Saturday, March 11 at Flower Mound High School.
The team moved up in classification and improved its score from 56.73 to 64.63 in its final performance.
Community and school leaders were at Elementary North on Friday, March 3 as part of the school district’s Indian Friends Reading program.
The Lady Indians claimed their second straight Bi-District title with a 58-21 win over Eastern Hills on Tuesday. Candra Bridgewater led the team with 13 points while Joslyn Jarmon added 11 points and Reagan Elmore scored 10.
By The Numbers
All-State Band Members
Alvarado ISD Police Officers
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Athletic Teams Advanced to Post-Season
Scholars Qualified for International Thespian Festival
Scholar to Teacher Ratio