K-12 Education

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Brownwood ISD, A District of Choice

In partnership with parents and the community, Brownwood ISD focuses on developing self-directed and academically prepared graduates who are ready to complete post-secondary educational programs or enter the workforce in a highly skilled occupation. 

  • 6 Campuses

  • 3 Elementary Schools (2 Campuses with Pre-K - 3rd, 1 Campus with Pre-K - 6th)

  • 1 Middle School (7th - 8th)

  • 1 High School (9th - 12th)

Using the latest technology, Brownwood ISD provides students educational opportunities from the lower grades through high school with industry certifications and dual credit offerings.

Dual Credit

Three higher education institutions in the area (Howard Payne University, TSTC - West Texas Branch, and Ranger College, UT at Austin (OnRamps)) work closely with Brownwood ISD to offer dual credit courses to high school students. College credits are offered in both technical and academic programs ranging from Manufacturing and Automotive to Education and Health Sciences.

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one student lifts another with a medical device while observed by an adult
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Brownwood Accelerated High School 

Comprised of approximately 30 11th and 12th-grade students, Brownwood Accelerated High School is taught at a brisk pace through computer-based instruction and allows students to gain the necessary skills they need to enter the workforce or a post-secondary school. 

Private, Faith-Based Education

Private educational opportunities are also available in Brownwood for parents and caregivers looking for a faith-based school. 

Brown County Christian School

With classes from Pre-K to 12th grade, Brown County Christian School provides an education focused on academic rigor and encourages critical thinking, using educational materials written from a Biblical worldview.

Cross Classical Academy

A Christian, Classical University-Model School, Cross Classical Academy incorporates a classical curriculum within a university-style schedule that affords families the necessary time together to provide for spiritual and character development and equips its students for college with a strong work ethic and independent learning skills.