Ector County Independent School District


ECISD logo introduced in 2013

Ector County Independent School District (ECISD) is a public school district based in Odessa, Texas, United States.

In addition to Odessa, the district also serves the communities of West Odessa, Gardendale, and Goldsmith, as well as rural areas in Ector County.

In 2011, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[1] This district is home to the AVID National Demonstration School, Odessa High School.


High schools (grades 9–12)

Alternative education schools (grades 9–12)

  • Alternative Education Center
  • Ector County Youth Center

Middle schools (grades 6–8)

  • James Bonham Middle School
  • James Bowie Middle School
  • David Crockett Middle School
  • Gen. Matthew B. Ector Middle School
  • Adm. Chester W. Nimitz Middle School
  • Wilson-Young (Alfred Mac Wilson and Marvin Rex Young) Medal of Honor Middle School

Elementary schools (grades K–5)

  • Annie Webb Blanton Elementary
  • Dr. Lee Buice Elementary
  • Gen. Edward Burleson Elementary
  • Pres. David Gouverneur Burnet Elementary
  • Dr. Lauro F. Cavazos Elementary
  • Lt. Richard Dowling Elementary
  • Edward K. Downing Elementary
  • Murry Fly Elementary
  • Goliad Elementary
  • Gonzales Elementary
  • John Ireland Elementary
  • Pres. Lyndon Baines Johnson Elementary
  • Barbara Jordan Elementary
  • W. D. Noel Elementary
  • Gov. Elisha M. Pease Elementary
  • Gov. L. Sul Ross Elementary
  • Gen. Sam Houston Elementary
  • San Jacinto Elementary
  • G.E. "Buddy" West Elementary

Elementary magnet schools (grades K–5)

  • Stephen F. Austin Montessori Elementary Magnet
  • Edward L. Blackshear Elementary Magnet
  • Capt. Ewen Cameron Dual Language Elementary Magnet
  • John Coffee Hays Elementary Magnet
  • Gale Pond/Alamo Year Round Elementary Magnet
  • Benjamin Milam Elementary Magnet
  • John H. Reagan Elementary Magnet
  • Col. William Barret Travis Elementary Magnet
  • Lorenzo de Zavala Elementary Magnet

Early education centers (pre-kindergarten)

  • Dr. George Washington Carver Early Education Center
  • Pres. Mirabeau B. Lamar Early Education Center

Defunct schools

  • AIM High School
  • Edward L. Blackshear Junior/Senior High School (now Blackshear Elementary School)
  • Career Center (now George W. New Tech Odessa)
  • Ector High School (now Ector Middle School)
  • Col. James Walker Fannin Early Education Center (originally West Side Elementary)
  • Goldsmith Elementary
  • Hood Junior High School (now Wilson-Young Middle School)
  • Notrees Elementary
  • Thomas Jefferson Rusk Elementary
  • Teen Parent Center


  1. ^ "2011 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency. Archived from the original on June 28, 2012.
  2. ^ Microsoft Word – list-2003.doc

External links

  • Official website Edit this at Wikidata
  • Ector County Citizens For Kids Group[permanent dead link]