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Living in Navasota

So much, so close.

Navasota ISD is located in Navasota, TX, a city of around 7,300 in Grimes County. The city of Navasota is culturally diverse and of historic significance in the region. It is the official Blues Capital of Texas, an important railway center that contributed greatly to the development of the region pre-Civil War. Navasota has been recognized by the French government as the final resting place of French explorer Rene-Robert Cavelier Sieur de La Salle, who was killed while exploring the region in 1687.

The city of Navasota is centrally located in southeast Texas, which is ideal for staff looking to continue their own education at any of the prestigious area universities like Texas A&M University, Sam Houston State University, and Prairie View A&M University. Our residents enjoy the low cost of living, and our educators benefit from the relocation assistance that the city offers in the form of waived utility deposits. While Navasota holds small-town charm, nightlife and attractions are a short drive away in nearby College Station, Austin and Houston. You’ll love getting to know your neighbors and having the freedom to explore our region without the big city headaches. Navasota is a great place to live and grow.

Community Support

We pull together to support one another and make sure everyone we encounter has all the tools to succeed–staff and students alike. By donating to our local animal shelter and food bank, providing school supplies to students in need, and supporting Little Free Libraries, we remind our students that they have a responsibility to uphold the community they live in. We also volunteer with organizations like Relay for Life, Navasota Kiwanis and Navasota Housing Authority, which is always a rewarding experience for everyone who participates. Our PTOs and Booster Club also experience high participation, as we encourage parents of Navasota ISD students to share their ideas and talents to promote education in and out of the classroom.

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