Garland ISD serves the communities of Garland, Rowlett, and Sachse. Our family of three cities offers a community of diversity in all facets, including income, language, and background. Garland ISD ranks as the second-largest district in Dallas County, fifth-largest in Dallas-Fort Worth, 15th-largest in Texas, and is among the 77-largest in America.
The Garland Independent School District exists as a diverse community with a shared vision that serves to provide an exceptional education to all its students.
Reaching the future by driving excellence, one student at a time.
Our Strategic Goals
An exceptional education has long been the focus of our district. Our top responsibility is to provide a rigorous, innovative educational experience that prepares all students for college and careers, along with developing meaningful relationships between schools, families and the community in a safe and secure environment.
With this in mind, the Garland ISD Board of Trustees and Superintendent Dr. López have created specific objectives to establish and define district academic targets.
The work of the board and the district will continue as departments and campuses collaborate to develop action plans and data reporting steps. As these efforts advance and data points are collected, updates will be provided and shared so that progress on key performance indicators can be monitored.
Our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Values and celebrates all cultures; fosters and inclusive environment for all, honoring backgrounds and identities.
Three Cities. 71 campuses. No limits on learning.
Our diverse community shares a vision of providing exceptional education that impacts lives and changes futures. We are #TheGISDEffect.