Burleson ISD At A Glance

  • The Mission of the Burleson Independent School District is to engage and support every learner with a rigorous curriculum so that they graduate college and career ready.

  • By the Numbers

    • 12,718 students speak 40 languages at home
      • 55.5% White
      • 28.8% Hispanic
      • 9% African American
      • 1.4% Asian
      • 4.9% Multiple race or other ethnicity
      • 8.6% LEP
      • 41.7% of Students receive subsidized meals
      • 14.8% Receive special education services
    • 1041 teachers/professional staff
      • 34% with advanced degrees
      • 20 to 1 Student / Teacher Ratio
      • Approx. 1942 Total Staff
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    • Budget (2024-25)
      • $10,240.00 cost per pupil (assuming 12,631 enrollment General Fund only – All
        Functions)
      • $129,345,205 total budget (General Fund only)
      • Total budget: $160,577,648
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    • 10,500 meals served at school each day
    • 1.2 million lunches are provided in a school year
    • 46 school buses transport 3,285 students

     

    Key Accomplishments

    • $22.5 million in scholarships and military benefits for the class of 2024
    • 150 AP Scholars 
    • BISD – 1:You – Burleson ISD is providing students with the tools to personalize the way they learn and lead.
    • BISD is recognized as a District of Distinction by the Texas Art Education Association, placing the visual art program in BISD among the top four percent in Texas.

    Points of Pride

    • The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to the Burleson ISD for its annual financial report (AFR) for the years 2009-2023.
    • 2,080 scholarships have been received by Burleson Opportunity Fund students to date.
    • BOF students have completed over 32,000 College Credit Hours.
    • 94% of all dollars raised by the Burleson Opportunity Fund goes directly to fund scholarships.
  • Our Schools

    Elementary Schools

    • Academy at Nola Dunn 
    • Academy of the Arts at Bransom 
    • Academy of Leadership & Technology at Mound 
    • Brock Elementary
    • Clinkscale Elementary
    • Frazier Elementary
    • Hajek Elementary
    • Norwood Environmental Science Academy 
    • STEAM Academy at Stribling
    • Taylor Elementary

    Secondary Schools

    • Hughes Middle School
    • Kerr Middle School
    • STEAM Middle School
    • Game Development Design School
    • Burleson High School
    • Centennial High School
    • Burleson Collegiate High School
    • Crossroads High School & RTDC

    Leadership

    Superintendent

    Bret Jimerson

    Board of Education
    Staci Eisner, President, Place-5
    Ryan Richardson, Vice President, Place-3
    Jerri McNair, Secretary, Place-6
    Shawn Minor, Place-1
    Michael Ancy, Place-2
    Dallas Owen, Place-4
    Pat Worrell, Place-7