Cameron Independent School District is located in the central part of Milam County in Cameron, Texas and has a population of approximately 5,600. The Cameron Public School System was established in 1890. Cameron Independent School District has approximately 1680 students and occupies 315 square miles.
The district provides pre-kindergarten through 12th grade programs. The district operates four schools, all of which are accredited by the Texas Education Agency. All of the schools are located within the city limits of Cameron. The district is very diverse, both ethnically and economically.
Cameron schools have Yoemen pride developed through very successful academics, athletics, band, and UIL literary programs. The students of Cameron ISD have earned many distinctions in recent years. Some of these accomplishments include the district earning the highest possible rating of “Met Standard” from TEA, winning the UIL Lone Star Cup in 2011, completing a 3-peat State Championship in football for the 2012, 2013 and 2014 seasons, winning a state championship in baseball and girls' track in 2011 and being named the 2A state honor band for 2013-14.
The district has also established various support services for our students to include providing a free breakfast for all students, offering an after school academic and meal program for students, and adding social workers to our campuses through the Communities in Schools program. The district is grateful for the ongoing support of the community that is evidenced by their providing quality facilities for our students as well as being active in various organizations such as our booster clubs and Parent-Teacher Organizations.
“Together, We the Yoemen Stand!”