Sabine ISD

Sabine Independent School District is located in an unincorporated area on the western edge of Gregg County in Northeast Texas.  Sabine Independent School District serves approximately 1400 students on three campuses. The elementary school serves Pre-K through grade 5 in the district’s oldest remaining structure. Middle school students in grades 6-8 are housed in the 1969 high school building. High school students in grades 9-12 attend classes in a two-story facility that was dedicated in 1984. Sabine ISD joined other area school districts that fell victim to the economic impact of the East Texas “oil bust” in the mid-1980’s. Declining mineral values and revisions in the school finance law moved the district from its status as “budget balanced” or “rich” school district to a financially “poor” district. The budgetary constraints, however, have not affected the commitment of Sabine ISD administration and Board of Trustees to provide a quality education for all district students.