About the School

Mission Statement

"HARLANDALE: A family working together to provide a high quality education where all students graduate to become productive and successful citizens for the 21st Century."

About The School

Rayburn Elementary

In 1949, Rayburn Elementary opened. Rayburn Elementary is home to over 500 students in grades Pre-K to 5th grade.

Today, the Harlandale Independent School District serves about 14,700 students with 19 schools, a facility for special needs and two alternate campuses. The district has come a long way from its beginnings as a one-room, one-teacher, rural school. The credit, however, for more than 100 years of educating our children in Harlandale ISD goes to the parents, educators and citizens of this community.

The Harlandale ISD is made up of 14 square miles on the south side of San Antonio, Texas within Bexar County. It is part of Education Service Center (ESC) - Region 20 area.

  • Total population: 68,000
  • Residential units withing the distict: 17,161
  • Student enrollment: 14,700
  • Total faculty/staff: 2,000
  • Teachers: 951
  • 92% Hispanic
  • 88% economically disadvantaged
  • 100% of students receive free lunch
  • 22nd from the bottom out of 1,025 school districts in property wealth

Source: City of San Antonio Planning Department, as of November 2005

The district has two high schools, four middle schools, 13 elementary schools a center for multi-handicapped students and two alternate educational centers in operation.


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