The Kaufman Independent School district is the second largest district in the county, with approximately 3,500 students, comprising seven campuses: Helen Edwards Early Childhood Center, J. W. Monday Primary, J. R. Phillips Elementary, Lucille Nash Intermediate, O. P. Norman Jr. High, Kaufman High School and the Kaufman Alternative Learning Center.
Kaufman ISD began a concerted, long range effort to improve facilities, equipment, technology and professional development in order to provide a diverse and growing student population with the same quality of educational preparation that is offered to students in the most favorable circumstances across the state and nation. Efforts have paid off! KISD test scores have consistently risen and remained above state average. The district has adopted the motto "Exemplary - One Student at a Time!" Kaufman ISD is a large AAA district, offering a wide range of extra curricular activities. KISD has been the district academic champion for 13 times in the past 20 years. KISD consistently participates in post-season play in all areas of athletic competition, including football, volleyball, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, track and tennis. The KISD band program is outstanding and continues to win awards. Students in various activities have successfully represented KISD at regional and state meets.
Helen Edwards Early Childhood Center J. W. Monday Primary J. R. Phillips Elementary
Lucille Nash Intermediate O. P. Norman Jr. High
Kaufman High School Kaufman Alternative Learning Center