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About Our Schools

Welcome to Llano Independent School District located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country approximately 75 miles northwest of Austin and 98 miles due north of San Antonio. Llano ISD is rated by the Texas Education Agency as an Recognized District with exemplary status being achieved on the High School, Junior High, Llano Elementary, and Packsaddle Elementary Campuses. Llano County is known for its deer hunting, fishing in the Highland Lakes and historic cattle ranches. Llano ISD is a AAA district with approximately 1900 students K-12. The town and community still generate the work ethic of its German American founders and Llano ISD is therefore a blending of the old and the new. We expect our students to be on task instructionally and behave themselves in class, on campus and at school activities. Our students are deeply involved in a wide variety of extracurricular activities such as UIL literary and drama events as well as band and athletics. Education is something we all share. We value it. We know how important it is to our community, our nation and our world. Education is the most important factor in allowing us to lead successful, quality lives. For more than one hundred years, the Llano Independent School District has helped thousands of students successfully meet the challenges of work, learning ---- living. If you are new to our district or learning about our many facets, we invite you to share our community’s vision. You will find a common thread of excellence in our many services and programs. Our focus, from pre-school to High School education, is excellence.

School Stages

The Llano school system is structured as a five-phase educational experience, with lower grade levels feeding into one senior high school in the following order.

Llano Elementary School
1600 Oatman Street, Llano, Texas 78643

Early Childhood - Prek/PPCD
Elementary - grades K-5

Packsaddle Elementary School
150 Pioneer Lane, Kingsland, Texas 78639

Early Childhood - Prek/PPCD
Elementary - grades K-5

Junior High
400 Highway 71 East, Llano, Texas 78643

Senior High School
2509 South State Highway 16, Llano, Texas 78643

Senior High
grades 9 & 12


Technology Infrastructure: $500,000, and Monitoring Cameras for High School and Junior High School: $68,500.

Technology Infrastructure is the foundation on which future improvements to the system will be built. Much of the current infrastructure was acquired prior to 2002 and is either out-dated, does not work, or works at a level where the District cannot build upon it. In the past two years, the District has replaced key technology personnel and believes expenditures for new infrastructure are critical if the District is to have technology that works and that will be required by the State in the future. Monitoring cameras are needed for vandalism and theft prevention and for resolution of student discipline issues.

Buses: $1,500,000 over three years.

Contact: The Facility Services Department is responsible for the repair and maintenance of all district buildings and grounds. For more information about the construction and/or maintenance of our school facilities, contact the district.