PSJA ISD has numerous elementary campuses designated as National Blue Ribbon Schools and Honor Roll Schools for their high achievement in student success.
Available at all PSJA ISD elementary schools:
+ Dual Language Enrichment Program
+ A.R. Reading Laureate Program
+ UIL Competitive Programs
+ Destination Imagination
+ Gifted & Talented Program
+ Spelling Bee
+ BRIGHT Summer Readers
+ Robotics, Chess & Coding
+ Local Habitat Conservation
+ Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball
At PSJA ISD, we know that educating and supporting students during their early adolescent years in middle school is crucial for their overall success. That's why our middle schools value the development of the whole child offering academic preparation, enrichment opportunities, and advisement that focuses on the social and emotional development of all students.
In addition to AVID, PSJA middle school students can get a jumpstart on their future careers by taking College Success courses and earning high school credits through Pre-AP classes like Algebra, Geometry, and Spanish.
All of PSJA ISD high schools are designated Early College, which makes them innovative high schools that allow students to attend college and high school simultaneously. Early College High Schools offer rigorous instruction and provide academic, social and emotional support services to help students succeed.
Through PSJA ISD's nationally recognized Early College Program in partnership with South Texas College and other higher-education institutions, high school students can graduate with up to an Associate Degree or 60 college credit hours before their high school graduation.
Approximately 3,500 High School students enrolled in College courses each semester through the PSJA Early College Program. Additionally, some of the district’s most successful programs, such as the Dual Language Enrichment Program, the Early College Initiative and Dropout Recovery Program have been highlighted at both the state and national level for dramatically enhancing post-secondary completion rates for Hispanic students.