Aransas County ISD is an independent county-wide school system serving a 486 square mile area including the communities of Holiday Beach, Lamar, Fulton, Rockport and the northern part of Aransas Pass. Today Aransas county has a combined population of 23,510.
The enrollment of 3009 students is served by, Live Oak Learning Center(PPCD, K, and grades 1-2), Fulton Learning Center(grades 3-5), Rockport-Fulton Middle School(grades 6-8), and Rockport-Fulton High School(grades 9-12).
Aransas County ISD in partnership with family, student, school, and community, has high expectations for all students to be prepared to meet the challenges of an ever-changing global society.
This mission is best accomplished by:
- A vast diffusion of knowledge to all students through
- Social and cultural understanding
- A promotion of healthy and productive lifestyles and citizenship
- A safe learning environment
- A realization of maximum student achievement by fostering student academic potential and meeting individualstudent needs.
- An educational system characterized by quality, equity and accountability
Aransas County ISD believes that student preparation for a productive, fulfilling life is the obligation and responsibility of the family, student, school, and community.
Fulfilling The ACISD Mission
Aransas County ISD is a Recognized School District. The school's obligation to fulfill the mission begins at Live Oak Learning Center, a campus designed for the district's youngest children-early childhood. At Live Oak Learning Center, the curriculum and instruction focuses mainly on reading, writing, and mathematics through thematic units developed by the teaching staff. The school provides programs that lay the foundation for future academic achievement.
The kindergarten through second grade children attend Live Oak Learning Center and third through fifth grade children attend Fulton Learning Center. Learning takes place with a curriculum centered around reading, writing, mathematics, science, social studies, physical education and fine arts. The level of instruction is designed to exceed mastery of the Texas essential knowledge and skills.
Rockport-Fulton Middle School houses grades 6 and 8. The curriculum is taught through a teaming method which enhances teaching and learning. State assessment scores have continually risen over the past three years. Students in 8th grade have the opportunity to take classes for high school credit. The gifted and talented program has been expanded from language arts to include math and science courses.
Culmination of the learning process occurs at Rockport-Fulton High School, a 9-12 grade campus. The School offers a rich curriculum for students with diverse and varied interests. Students may choose to pursue career and technology pathways or advanced placement courses. Students are encouraged to participate in band, choir, drama, athletics, student government, UIL academic competition, and various local and national clubs. When RFHS students march across the stage on graduation night, Aransas County ISD in partnership with family, student, and community has fulfilled its mission.
The Aransas County ISD Education Foundation
The ACISD Education Foundation was formed in 2001 by a group of caring and committed citizens with a vision for enhancing education in the Aransas County ISD. The Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt philanthropic organization. It is governed by a Board of Directors composed of a diverse group of business, community and educational leaders. All serve without compensation.