Our Schools

Roberts Road Elementary 

24920 Zube Rd, Hockley, TX 77447

Roberts Road Elementary is one of five Waller ISD elementary schools that serve PreK – fifth grade students with quality educational programs that honor individual learning styles in positive and supportive environments. Among the programs and enrichment opportunities offered are: Bilingual classes; school-wide Title I Reading and Math; DreamBox Math; Istation; Discovery Gifted and Talented; inclusion of students with disabilities; instruction in a working Science Lab; computer lab; one-to-one Chromebooks in 2nd -5th; 130 iPads in K and 1st; Physical Education and Music classes; and Student Council. WISD elementary campuses also benefit from strong PTO support and active volunteer programs.

Roberts Road Elementary opened on November 11, 1985, as the second Waller ISD elementary school. Twenty-six teachers and sixteen staff members served approximately 439 students in Kindergarten through Grade 5. We currently have over 30 teachers and approximately 750 students.

Waller Junior High School

2402 Waller St, Waller, TX 77484

Waller Junior High serves 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students with a curriculum designed for successful student transition into high school. Technology is being integrated into all subject areas at WJH, and our campus is currently 1 to 1 in Chromebook devices.  Waller Junior High provides a myriad of opportunities to meet the academic, physical, and social needs of the junior high school student.

The building currently housing Waller Junior High School was constructed in 1969 to serve as Waller High School. (The site was originally the location of the South Texas Baptist College which was destroyed by a hurricane in 1900.) The building became Waller Junior High School in 1998.

 With a strong focus on academics, our teachers work collaboratively, in department and grade level teams, to create and deliver engaging, high-quality lessons to students in the core areas of English Language Arts/Reading, Writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies. High school credit classes are offered to students in Foreign Language, Fine Arts, and Technology. Beyond the classroom, Waller Junior High students enthusiastically participate in extracurricular activities in Sports, Music, Theatre, Art, and Academics. In addition, Extracurricular sports opportunities abound at WJH, home to spirited football, volleyball, basketball, soccer, track, cross country, tennis, and golf teams and our Fine arts provide many exciting extracurricular moments for students.

 

Away from the court, fields, and stage, Bulldogs also compete well in UIL academic meets, taking pride in representing our school with a large contingent of students entering the district competition and bringing medals and ribbons back to Waller Junior High School. Students in the Gifted and Talented program are guided and encouraged to collaborate with a mentor in an advanced Independent Study Project, a proud WJH tradition. Our National Junior Honor Society promotes excellence in scholarly pursuits and character. 

Waller High School

20950 Field Store Rd, Waller, TX 77484

Waller High School serves ninth through twelfth grade students with a comprehensive academic program designed to accommodate the wide variety of learning styles and interests common to a diversified student population. Program highlights include Dual Credit and Advance Placement courses, Tech-Prep School-To-Work programs, and articulation agreements with the Lone Star College System.
 

WHS students are offered the opportunity to participate in an extensive array of extracurricular activities ranging from fine arts to athletics and agriculture. Additional E.O.C. practice is provided through Saturday study sessions and individual tutoring before and after school. Students are also offered several opportunities to recover lost credit with the ANYWHERE online learning system afterschool.


Mission Statement: The District believes that all students will be successful learners and graduate with skills that will allow them to compete in the 21st Century workplace. It is, therefore, the intent of the District to serve all students regardless of their ability, environment, or national origin. Students will be provided opportunities to develop intellectually, physically, and socially through a quality system of teaching and learning. Through these opportunities, students will become responsible and productive members of a constantly changing society and world.