THE HISTORY OF NATALIA ISD

  • Established in 1912 Natalia ISD encompasses the city of its namesake Natalia, Texas. Natalia ISD is located 30 miles south of San Antonio just off IH 35. The rural district of Natalia ISD is served by Education Service Center Region 20. The district encompasses 41 square miles and shares a border with the school districts of Lytle, Devine, Medina Valley and Poteet. Natalia ISD consists of four campuses within walking distance of each other and serves a student population of approximately 1,100. The student body is comprised of mostly students of Hispanic descent. The Natalia Early Childhood Center serves students ages 3 to 6 in Pre-K 3 through first grade with a little more than 250 students. The Natalia Elementary School consists of second through fifth grades with about 330 students. The Natalia Junior High School includes grades 6 through 8 with a little more than 230 students. The Natalia High School consists of grades 9 through 12 with just over 300 students and is classified as a 3A school participating in most UIL academic and athletic competition. The Natalia ISD is the city’s largest employer with around 170 employees.

  • Campuses
    4

    Colors
    Royal Blue & White

    Mascot
    Mighty Mustang

    Established 
    1912

    UIL class
    AAA

    Primary Enrollment
    Grades pk3-1st
    250 students

    Elementary Enrollment
    Grades 2-5
    335 students

    Middle School Enrollment
    Grades 6-8
    240 students

    High School Enrollment
    Grades 9-12
    315 students

    District Total
    Grades pk3-12
    1140 students

     

Last Modified on September 19, 2016