From Pre-K to Doctoral Degrees, Taylor residents have access to first-class educational opportunities.
Taylor ISD believes every student has unique potential and shall engage in opportunities to grow in a safe environment through multiple approaches to learning.
The district consists of six schools and has many noteworthy attributes that attract families and provide students with valuable opportunities:
Early College High School and Dual Credit
Dual Language Program
Nationally Ranked Fine Arts and Academic Programs
Multiple Career and Technical Certifications
Legacy Early College High School provides students the opportunity to earn up to 60 hours of college credits and work toward an associate’s or bachelor’s degree.
The recently built $32.5 million Taylor High School features classrooms filled with top-of-the-line teaching tools, including a culinary arts room. Students at Taylor High School can also earn workplace certifications.
East Williamson County Higher Education Center also makes college degrees and workforce readiness programs readily available to Taylor and Williamson County residents.
Greater Austin is well known for its colleges and universities. More than 115,000 college students are enrolled in the MSA's eight universities and colleges, including the second largest university in the nation, The University of Texas.