Sherman ISD serves its students across 12 campuses: Sherman High School; Piner Middle School; Sherman Middle School; Dillingham Intermediate; and Washington, Fairview, Wakefield, Sory, Crutchfield and Neblett Elementary schools. Fred Douglass Early Childhood Center, Perrin Early Childhood Center and Jefferson Learning Center offer expanded educational opportunities for students.
Sherman High School has been named to the U.S. News and World Report’s Best High Schools list, earning the silver ranking, and one of the Washington Post’s Most Challenging High Schools in America. These recognitions place Sherman HS in the top 8 percent of schools across the nation. Washington Elementary has been named to the Texas Honor Roll list for elementary schools, and in 2016-17, Fred Douglass ECC was awarded a $160 million Texas Pre-K grant to fund programming for our youngest learners.
On the horizon for Sherman ISD is a new Sherman High School to be located on a new site and a second 6th-8th grade middle school campus to be located at the current Sherman High School. These changes will increase our classroom space, provide capacity for current and future enrollment growth, improve our academic, fine arts, athletics, career and technology education programs, and serve generations of Bearcats to come.