New Deal is located six miles north of Lubbock. Our school district includes the city of New Deal and the adjoining rural area that totals 119 square miles. Our district serves approximately 750 students and provides a balanced and challenging curriculum, building the foundation for productive lives.
Extracurricular activities are an important part of a well-rounded education. New Deal is proud to have a history of extracurricular excellence that includes All-State performances in band, leadership accomplishments in career and technology programs, numerous state playoff appearances in both team and individual sports, and numerous UIL academic accomplishments.
All schools in the New Deal school district are fully accredited by the Texas Education Agency, and our curriculum includes a rigorous and well-rounded education that includes advanced placement, concurrent college enrollment through dual credit classes, tech prep college courses, special education, career and technology education, gifted and talented programs, and English as a Second Language programs. New Deal High School is also an accredited T-STEM Academy, which includes rigorous academics for the advancement in the areas of math, science, and technology.
Members of the New Deal schools and community would like to invite you to explore the vast opportunities available to our students. New Deal ISD is a Class AA school district. Our faculty and staff are committed to the success of our students, offering each a quality education and setting examples worthy of being followed by our student.
Our State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) results are typically above the state average, with our district receiving several Gold Performance Awards from the Texas Education Agency. Overall, our scores have been exceptional compared to the rest of the state of Texas, which has become a tradition for our schools.
Here at New Deal ISD, we are committed to excellence in everything and providing opportunities for all of our students.
Region 17 has sent out a survey for Parents and Family requesting feedback regarding parent/caretaker attendance at the Title I Part A Parent & Family Engagement Statewide Annual Conference. Click here to participate.
At 3:00 P.M. on Friday, October 6th, the New Deal ISD Mini Cheerleaders will preform in the high school pep-rally. Later in the evening, camp attendees are invited to perform at halftime of the Varsity football game. Practice to be held from 3:45 to 4:30 on October 4th. Click here for more information