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Bynum School - Bynum, TX

It's always a great day to be a Bynum Bulldog!

It's always a great day to be a Bynum Bulldog!

Located in central Texas about 7 miles east of Hillsboro, Bynum School is a rural, 1A, single campus, public school. Bynum serves a diverse Title I population of just under 200 students from PreK to 12th grade in a predominantly agricultural community.

Bynum Independent School District strives to enhance student academics through engaging every student everyday. Students are provided with an environment that fosters and supports their achievement, much of which is presented through their teachers. Because of this, recruiting and retaining high quality teachers is a top priority in Bynum ISD. A district core value is that teachers who deliver instruction with compassion and conviction daily are the single most important asset to student success. It is because of their true grit, hard work, and dedication that Bynum has been able to experience such great student success.

In a family-driven community, students are involved in a number of extracurricular activities from FFA to athletics. Our students strive to be the best, and the community does not hesitate to gather around them to encourage and celebrate those achievements. Bynum, Texas is a great place to call home, and with the dedication of those at Bynum ISD, it is always a great day to be a Bulldog!

Bynum School

704 Toliver Avenue
Bynum, TX, 76631-0068

(254) 531-2341

Ms. Kara Mackey, Principal at time of Nomination

Title I School

Bynum Independent School District

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Bynum Independent School District will provide the opportunity for student success by empowering and preparing students to be responsible citizens competing in a changing society. In a district-wide effort, teachers, parents, businesses, and community members will unite to achieve the vision of educating all students to their highest potential.

Student Demographics

  • Black/African American: 5%
  • White: 58%
  • Hispanic: 34%
  • Asian: 1%
  • Two or more races: 2%