The Collegiate Academy of Birdville is accepting applications from current eighth-grade students to be members of the Class of 2026!
Birdville ISD hosted it's first district Spanish Spelling Bee on Thursday, January 13.
If your student has symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19 ON or AFTER January 15th, please complete this online form. The information collected will assist BISD to determine your child's return to school date. NOTE: Only submit this form if your student's positive case has NOT been previously reported to the campus/nurse.
BISD is proud to announce it has one National Merit Semifinalist, six National Merit Commended Scholars, one National African American Scholar, and three National Hispanic Scholars for the 2021–22 school year. Nearly 1.5 million juniors in 22,000 high schools across the country entered the National Merit Scholarship and College Board National Recognition Programs last year by taking the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. #WeAreBirdvilleISD #BISDShines
In Birdville ISD, educators recognize school libraries and librarians’ critical roles in promoting a positive school culture, providing information and digital literacy, and advancing academic achievement, especially literacy acquisition for all students. Librarians and our library programs are critical to student success in all aspects of literacy skills needed for the current and future world -- reading, writing, thinking critically, communicating, gathering and evaluating information, solving problems, and creating.
(Birdville ISD K-12 Librarians and Library Assistants, 2021)
School libraries are essential, interactive, collaborative learning environments, ever-evolving to provide equitable physical and virtual access to ideas, information, and learning tools for the entire school community.
Provide a physical and virtual resource center that promotes independent lifelong learning through a variety of well-chosen materials, collaborative instruction, and ethical stewardship.