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Seminole Independent School District is located in West Texas. The district is in an area referred to as the Permian Basin. Seminole ISD is a property wealthy district in Gaines County, 60 miles from Midland and Odessa, 85 miles from Lubbock, and 30 miles from Hobbs, New Mexico. Our district is considered one of the most fortunate districts in the state of Texas due to the high volume of taxes generated through the county's oil production. 

Seminole ISD provides top-quality education on six campuses for approximately 2800 PreK-12th students. The district includes the High School, Success Center, Junior High, Elementary, Primary, and F. J. Young campuses. 
Individual class size in the district does not exceed 22:1 ratio in PreK-5th  grade.academics We prefer no more than 20:1 in both elementary and secondary classes. Upper-level classes in high school (english, physics, chemistry, calculus, etc.) are approximately 15:1. Students are allowed to take concurrent classes in high school where they earn high school and college credit simultaneously. Students are able to accumulate 12-50 hours of college credit while in high school. 
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Competitive athletics is another focus of the district. We offer diverse sports for both boys and girls in grades 7-12. Included in our competitive athletics are football, volleyball, basketball, track, tennis, golf, swimming, cross-country, baseball, softball, and powerlifting.  Many of the events are broadcast on the radio or streamed over the Internet. Check Seminole's homepage for updated schedules and broadcasts.  Seminole ISD also offers an extensive summer recreation program for all ages. 
The Adult Learning Center provides day and night classes for a large adult education population with opportunities to become more productive members of our community.  

Seminole provides a Pearson-Vue authorized testing site where local and surrounding candidates may register for the GED online test on computers provided by the district. The Testing Center also provides  TSI (Texas Success Initiative) testing service to high school students from Denver City, Lamesa, Loop, Seagraves, and Seminole. The district also provides an IdentoGO Fingerprinting Center. The center is manned by trained, knowledgeable staff.
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The district has an outstanding fine arts program consisting of choir, band, art, theatre and speech. Each program has accumulated many state and national awards, as well as students receiving scholarships to continue their interest and talents.
Our technology program district-wide is outstanding. Seminole is 1:1 using MacBook technologyAirs in grades 9-12, while grades 2-8 students are issued an iPad mini. Tech Support and Technology Integrators are available on all campuses to help teachers and students troubleshoot problems and learn using 21st Century tools. 

An after school robotics program is offered to students in grades 2-8. The program aligns with the TSTEM (Texas Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) initiative and teaches math concepts and programming skills using LEGO NXT and EV3 kits. Several campuses participated in the program Hour of Code during Computer Science Week, which teaches boys and girls basic coding concepts. 
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The district has a diverse vocational program consisting of auto tech, cosmetology, metals, home and family living, vocational agriculture, business, law enforcement, and nursing. Students compete at the district, state, and national levels in these programs.