La Porte ISD's performing and visual arts programs consistently feature individual and group award-winners. Make plans to attend La Porte High School's annual musical, which is known statewide for its production value. La Porte student-athletes in a year.
Earn a free associate degree through La Porte ISD's Accelerated College Education Program. Students receive free tuition and books at San Jacinto College as they complete their associate degree while at La Porte High School. Traditional dual credit classes are also offered for students who want to earn college credits while in high school.
In accordance with the Texas Education Code, Section 22.083, La Porte ISD may obtain criminal history record information on an individual who has indicated, in writing, an intention to serve as a volunteer.
Completion of the online volunteer application at www.lpisd.org will serve as written intent to serve as a volunteer at a designated La Porte ISD campus and a release to conduct a criminal background information check. Criminal information obtained is confidential and used only for the purpose of ensuring student safety.
La Porte ISD receives national award for financial reporting. Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to La Porte Independent School District for its comprehensive annual financial report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2020.
Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to La Porte Independent School District for its comprehensive annual financial report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2020.
Arizpe, Pavlowich named 2021-22 District Teachers of the Year. Melissa Pavlowich, a third-grade teacher at Lomax Elementary School, and Jaime Arizpe, social studies teacher and coach at La Porte High School were named the 2021-22 District Teachers of the Year at the May 18 La Porte ISD Service Awards celebration at Bulldog Centre.
Jackson Tarr, Crosby ISD’s defensive coordinator, will become the next head football coach of the La Porte Bulldogs. Lisa Basile and Jose Lozano, meanwhile, will take over the principal helm for the 2021-22 school year at Bayshore and Leo A. Rizzuto Elementary schools, respectively.
Welcome to our 2021-22 Back-to-School page! Please bookmark it, and help us spread the word, as we're adding new information all the time. Great things happen here!
To register your child (ren) who will be new to La Porte ISD in the 2021-22 school year, you will need to create an account with PowerSchool. It's quick and simple!
Open enrollment is for students who do not live in La Porte ISD but wish to attend our schools. To apply for open enrollment, please follow the link provided below and complete the form. (Instructions for submitting the application are on page 4.)
Didn't receive a snap code? Call your child's campus and they'll be happy to help you.
Accelerated College Education (ACE) and Dual Enrollment (DE) are programs that have been developed through a partnership between La Porte ISD and San Jacinto College.
Please fill out the following form to register your student for transportation during the 2021-22 school year.
La Porte ISD's award winning School Nutrition department is happy to announce that all students enrolled here will receive free breakfast and lunch this school year. It's and honor and a privilege to serve your students, and we look forward to seeing them enjoy our delicious entrees, fresh produce, and everything else we have to offer.