With a peak enrollment of 23,444 students for the 2004-2005 academic school year, of which Hispanic students account for over 99 percent of enrollment, La Joya ISD is one of the fastest growing school districts in Texas with an estimated increase of 1,400 students per year. Overall, La Joya ISD boasts over 30 campuses; twenty-two elementary schools, seven middle schools, three Alternative Education Centers (one per high school), and three high schools. La Joya ISD employs over 4,260 individuals from all across the Rio Grande Valley and some from overseas.
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