Navarro ISD is located in the small community of Geronimo located just north of Seguin in Guadalupe County. Navarro ISD is a 4A public school district that is uniquely situated in the Extraterritorial Jurisdictions (ETJ) of Seguin, New Braunfels and San Marcos covering approximately 86 square miles. The district provides an intensive instructional program that also focuses on extra-curricular and co-curricular aspects of each student. Navarro ISD currently has four campuses that provide a strong educational foundation to approximately 1900 students.
Navarro ISD is recognized as an Exemplary District earning an Exemplary, Overall “A” Rating based on the Accountability Ratings provided by the Texas Education Agency. Navarro ISD schools have earned numerous awards and recognitions for academic achievement, athletics, and fine arts. In the 2020-2021 school year, Navarro Elementary was nominated by the Texas Education Agency as a National Blue Ribbon School.
We are proud to say that Navarro ISD uses innovative practices in the classroom that promote student engagement and hands-on learning with activities such as robotics, teacher created scavenger hunts, the use of outdoor learning spaces, and technology devices in the hands of students starting at the pre-K level.
Extra-curricular activities available to our students include Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Cross Country, Track, Power Lifting, Softball, Baseball, Competitive Dance Team, Cheer Team, Skills USA, UIL, BPA, FFA, Band, Theater, Art, Interact Club, Student Council, National Honor Society, and National Junior Honor Society to just name a few. Other extracurricular and co-curricular activities are available to various grade levels such as Battle of Books, Robotics Club, Chess Club, Destination Imagination, and many more. Navarro ISD offers a complete, rounded curriculum to support students’ academic, athletic and extra-curricular needs.
In addition to the strong academic, athletic, and extracurricular achievements, the district is blessed with continuous community and parent support through the Navarro Education Foundation, Panthers Feeding Panthers, FFA Booster Club, Parent Teacher Organizations, Band Booster Club, Athletic Booster Club, Panther Posse, Seguin Chamber of Commerce, Seguin Economic Development, and our corporate partnership with Commercial Metals Company. The district has developed a partnership with Guadalupe County and the San Antonio Foodbank to provide regular food distributions to families in need. These outreach events work in conjunction with our local program, Panthers Feeding Panthers, which provides food, afterschool snacks, and school supplies to families who need it. We also offer regular “Family Nights” to encourage school involvement with parents and students. These nights focus on reading and engaging as a family. Involvement in our schools keeps the close knit feeling of our community.
Navarro ISD Vision and Goals
Navarro ISD provides a safe, positive environment cultivating creative problem solvers that make sound, ethical decisions
We value relationships.
We engage learners.
We foster resilience and confidence.
We pledge our loyalty and our love,
Hooray for the Purple and Gold