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Manor ISD is on its way to becoming a destination school district in Central Texas. Under the leadership of Superintendent Dr. Royce Avery and the Board of Trustees, the district is moving forward with exciting new programs and expanding on its previous successes.

 Manor ISD Today

Over the past two years, Manor ISD has announced it will implement Fine Arts, New Tech, and International Baccalaureate programs at its middle and elementary school campuses. These programs are a means of providing families choice within the district, as well as opening up students to new opportunities.

At the high school level, the district is moving forward with new initiatives, such as expanding its career and technical education offerings, creating new ways for students to earn college credit, doubling capacity at Manor New Tech High School, and building a new senior high school for grades 11 and 12. The new senior high school will open in August 2018. Furthermore, Manor New Tech High School has earned national recognition for its approach to project-based learning, and the Manor Early College High School has grown tremendously while offering students a chance to earn their Associate's Degree at the same time as their High School Diploma.

Manor ISD history and geography

Originally established in the late 1880's, the Manor community was a hub for the Central Texas cotton industry. Fast-forward to the 21st century, and Manor is proud to be a hub for the high-tech industry, with Samsung and Applied Materials within its boundaries and Dell and Freescale Semiconductors in close proximity.

Manor Independent School District is a rapidly growing, diverse district that encompasses approximately 100 square miles and includes addresses in Austin, Manor, and Elgin, Texas. It serves over 9,000 students at two high schools, three middle schools, nine elementary schools, and one alternative academy.

The District is made up of a unique blend of rural and urban features with its diverse population