School History

History, Goals, Vision, Motto, Colors and Mascot


School District and Community History:
Brazoswood High School opened in September 1969, to serve the communities of Clute, Lake Jackson, and Richwood in the Brazosport Independent School District (BISD). The faculty consists of 182 professional staff members, with an average of seventeen years of teaching experience. Twenty one percent of our teachers have Master's Degrees. The facilities are situated on a 100-acre campus in the Brazosport area located approximately 50 miles south of Houston on the Gulf Coast.
 
School:
Enrollment: 2485        
Seniors: 552     Juniors: 530
Sophomores: 679     Freshmen: 700

Ethnic Distribution:

Caucasian............... 51.91%
Hispanic................. 36.42%
African American ....   7.24%
Asian.....................   2.17%
Am. Indian.............   0.6%
Brazoswood Vision:

Preparing tomorrow’s global leaders today.
Brazoswood Core Beliefs:
We believe all members of the learning community must be
invested in student success, student accountability, and ethical
standards of behavior.
We believe that all students must be provided opportunities to
explore the ever changing workforce and educational experiences.
We believe all students should have equitable access to technology
that will enrich their education and provide them with the tools to
be lifelong learners in a global society.
Mission Statement:

The mission of Brazoswood High School is to graduate lifelong learners
by focusing on student needs and educational interests that develop and
prepare the whole person for success in a global society.
Colors:
Air Force Blue and Silver
Mascot:
Brazoswood Buccaneer
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