Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District

If you live, or are thinking of investing in a home in Bell Farms in Lubbock, you'll be proud to call yourself a pirate! Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District provides excellent options for families who have made their home in south Lubbock, and offers a safe space for children of all ages to excel in academics and extracurricular activities. Your children will experience many opportunities to broaden their horizons in their classrooms and in their community.

Teachers in Lubbock-Cooper ISD strive to foster a life-long love of learning in all students. Academically, schools in this school district have always achieved a "met standard" STAAR rating. Leadership organizations and accelerated classes are offered for junior high and high school students and elementary schools offer the Gifted and Talented program. Teachers take their commitment to your children very seriously. In fact, the district is home to several administrators who have been named Texas Association of Secondary School Principal or Assistant Principal of the Year. Students from all backgrounds are encouraged by a caring staff to expand their skills and realize their potential. As of the 2015-2016 school year, Lubbock-Cooper ISD is the third fastest-growing school district in the state of Texas.

A large part of the district's commitment to preparing students for life beyond school, includes well-developed extracurricular programs. Its National FFA Organization is known to be one of the best in the state and the high performing athletics department creates a strong sense of community and pride. The marching band is a regional top performer, receiving Division One ratings every year since 2004. Schools in Lubbock-Cooper ISD also foster a community of high achieving UIL teams, as well as a number of vocational classes. In addition, organizations such as FCCLA, DECA and Skills USA have produced state and national competitors.    

When you send your children to a school in Lubbock-Cooper ISD, you are sending them to one of the premier school districts in west Texas.