Pearland Independent School District

Pearland Independent School District is a school district based in Pearland, Texas, United States.

Pearland ISD serves most of the city of Pearland, the city of Brookside Village, and unincorporated areas in Brazoria County (including Silverlake).

Each house or residential area in Pearland is zoned to an elementary school (grades PK-4), a middle school (5-6), a junior high school (7-8), and one of the two high schools (9-12).

Dr. Bonny Cain, Pearland ISD's former superintendent, recently separated from PISD.

Pearland ISD trustees selected Dr. John Kelly as the new superintendent from a pool of 61 applicants. “We are excited to welcome Dr. Kelly as the district’s superintendent. In addition to his ability to lead and to listen, he has an outstanding vision that will carry Pearland ISD to even greater heights,” Virgil Gant, board president, said.


As of the 2009-2010 school year, the district is operated by a seven member elected board of trustees.

Virgil Gant, President

Andrew Solomon, Vice-President

Rebecca L. Decker, Secretary

Pam Boegler, Member

Adele Brennan, Member

Rusty DeBorde, Member

Sam Gray, Member

In 2009, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.

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