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Mitchell Intermediate

Mitchell Intermediate opened in August of 1996 and was named after George P. Mitchell, founder of The Woodlands. Our school mascot is the Mustang, and our colors are Teal and White. Mitchell Intermediate is a bridge from elementary school to McCullough Junior High School!

Mitchell Intermediate Is a Texas Honor School

Mitchell Intermediate Is a Texas Honor School

We are proud to be named a Texas Honor Roll Scholar School, which recognizes high performing schools across the state. The Honor Roll is the only school recognition program in the state using only student achievement outcomes as the criteria and is a growing resource for all schools to learn about best practices that increase student achievement. Honor Roll uses data from the non-profit Educational Results Partnership, the largest longitudinally-linked, actionable school system of data in the country.

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Mitchell Intermediate was only one of eleven Conroe ISD schools to be recognized for this award. It is a prestigious award in which all schools hope to receive. I want to acknowledge the fine educators at Mitchell Intermediate for their dedication to our success. It’s a great day to be a Mitchell Mustang!

Mission and Vision Statement


Mitchell Intermediate Mission Statement:

We, the Mitchell team, in partnership with parents and community, have committed to provide an exceptional education in a safe, positive environment that fosters the development of life-long learners. Teachers and students are enthusiastic about the varied, innovative instructional strategies and creative opportunities in a learning community environment. We will challenge students to reach their full potential and achieve success in our diverse and complex society.

Mitchell Intermediate School Vision:

We believe that the most promising strategy for achieving the mission of our school is to develop our capacity to function as a professional learning community. We envision a school in which the staff works collaboratively so that students, teachers, and parents will view our school as a true “learning community.” We will accomplish this by ensuring the following:

  • The staff constantly seeks out the most promising best practices that support student learning.
  • The school is characterized by a collaborative culture in which all educators are committed to the responsibility to help students learn at high levels.
  • The learning of each student is monitored on an ongoing basis and opportunities for remediation and enrichment are provided.’
  • The administration supports teachers’ continuous learning and ongoing professional development.
  • The organizational structure of learning communities and looping allow teachers to know and understand their students’ instructional and social/emotional needs through the continuity of a two-year relationship.