Columbia-Brazoria Independent School District Information
Our Community CBISD offers a friendly, small town feeling with the convenience of nearby Houston. Spread over 225 square miles, the district's population is concentrated in West Columbia, Brazoria, Wild Peach and numerous small communities. The area is rich in early Texas history, country living and hometown friendliness. Columbia Lakes is located within the district and offers golf, tennis, and swimming facilities. Houston is just fifty miles away, providing access to museums, opera, ballet, theatres, orchestras, sports venues, restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
Our district Motto and Vision
Catch the Challenge, Learn for Life!
A dynamic organization that empowers a community of learners who dare to dream, take risks, and develop new realities.
House Bill 5 requires each district to evaluate the district’s performance on community and student engagement.
The purpose of the Community and Student Engagement Survey is to tell the story of what is happening in districts and on campuses when it’s not a test day.
Final results will be posted on the CBISD website in mid-June. Thank you for your participation.
I've invited you to fill out the form CBISD Community and Student Engagement Survey. To fill it out, visit: Click here
May 20, 2015
Columbia-Brazoria I.S.D. officials were notified that an instructional aide at West Brazos Junior High may have had inappropriate electronic communication with a current student. The employee has been placed on administrative leave, meaning the employee is not allowed on the WBJH campus, CBISD property, or allowed to attend any district events. The employee is prohibited from further contact with any CBISD students; including texts, emails, phone calls or direct contact. The employee must be available to CBISD Police and CBISD administrators as needed for investigation purposes. CBISD Chief of Police, David Green, is conducting the investigation and will notify CBISD and other authorities of his findings.
This is a message from Columbia High School/ At 9:18 a.m., Columbia High School received a message from West Columbia Police Department that a suspect with a weapon was being pursued on Highway 35. Due to the possible threat, CHS was placed in lock down mode. The suspect was apprehended and the lock down was lifted at 9:30 a.m.