Why Choose Flour Bluff Independent School District?
Flour Bluff ISD is steeped in rich traditions. Our highly qualified teachers, innovative programs and award winning extracurricular programs are just some of the reasons Flour Bluff ISD stands out as a leading school district across the lone star state. Visit us to find out what all the BUZZ is about. Follow the 'Learn More' link for more information on our many Hornet Accomplishments. Click Here to learn more about the District's Transfer Policy.
We have veteran teachers who are recognized for their academic credentials and many quality applicants for our positions. We have teachers recognized at the Regional and State level by TEA - i.e. Teacher of the Year. We have nationally recognized teachers and National Board Certified teachers.
Our students are our partners in promoting good discipline. Students are required to treat others with respect. We believe in keeping parents informed about their student’s academic and social progress. Our schools are a safe and secure environment for all our students and staff.
FBISD partners with community agencies such as the City of Corpus Christi (Harte Library), Craft Training Center, Del Mar College, Driscoll Children's Hospital, and Christus Spohn Hospital to establish well- rounded Career and Technology programs to students of Flour Bluff High School. FBISD also collaborates with Texas A&M Corpus Christi to provide partnerships for student teachers earning their teaching certification and dual credit for high school students.
The FBISD Board of Trustees was recognized by the state as the Outstanding School Board of 2000 in Texas. The Board has a vision for Flour Bluff Schools and works together to achieve goals which benefit our students.
While celebrating a distinguished traditional past, Flour Bluff Schools are focused on the future. We are preparing our students to be successful in a changing and challenging world. We care what parents think about education and welcome you to participate as a partner in your child's education.
Joe Kelley, Acting Superintendent
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