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Our students are taught to value hard work, academic effort, teamwork and good planning. These principles serve as the foundation of a strong and comprehensive educational eco-system that is designed to ensure that are citizens can meet the challenges of tomorrow's workplace, no matter the economic climate. 
Higher Education & Workforce Development
Students in Lee County are serviced primarily by nearby Blinn College, a two-year college that offers academic transfer, workforce training and continuing education courses to more than 19,000 students at four campuses. Students enrolled at Blinn College may also enjoy the opportunity to participate in the Transfer Enrollment at A & M (TEAM) program, which allows students to enroll at both schools with part-time admission to nearby Texas A & M University at College Station.
Secondary Schools
All schools in Lee County maintain TEA ratings of “Acceptable,” with several receiving an “Exemplary” rating.
Giddings ISD Texas Consolidated School Rating Report
Giddings Independent School District is committed to having 100% of classrooms filled with highly qualified teachers. GISD will continue to recruit the best qualified applicants for all vacant positions.
Giddings Independent School District provides high-quality professional development for 100% of our teachers and other instructional staff.
Giddings Campus Highly Qualified (Teacher) Status as of September 16, 2013
Giddings Elementary School 100%
Giddings Intermediate School 100%
Giddings Middle School 100%
Giddings High School 97%
Giddings High School is a 9th-12th grade campus located in Giddings, Texas. The campus is a member of District 26 - AAA with an enrollment of 657 students.
Student Demographics:
African American 12.8%
Hispanic 43.1%
White 43.8%
Asian 0.2%
Economically Disadvantaged 52.5%
Limited English Proficiency 3.3%