Founded in 1935 and named for the Spring community that its boundaries encompass, Spring ISD serves more than 33,500 students in grades pre-K-12 across 41 campuses.

Special program facilities are not included in these charts. See definitions of each category below:

Economically disadvantaged: Students who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals, come from a family with an income below the poverty line or are eligible for other specific assistance or benefits

English learner: Identified by the Language Proficiency Assessment Committee, students who have another primary language and are learning English

Special education: Students participating in a special education program or another program using special education support services, aids or other special arrangements

Dyslexic: Students identified as having dyslexia or other related disorders

At risk: Students identified as at risk of dropping out of school based on state-defined criteria, which can include performance, alternative education enrollment, expulsion and homelessness, among other factors.

Title I: Students in Title I programs under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, which provide funding for students of low-income families

CTE: Students enrolled in a state-approved career and technical education course as electives or in a district's CTE program; percent shown is for 2019-20, the most recent year available

Sources: Texas Education Agency, Texas Legislature/Community Impact Newspaper