District Profile
Home of Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce is a learning community and its citizens have high expectations for student achievement. A partnership with the community and university provides many educational enrichment opportunities for students and staff alike. The Commerce Independent School District is committed to creating opportunities for all students to do their best, setting high expectations for both students and staff, and using tax dollars efficiently to meet the educational needs of our students. Teachers, administrators and support staff work together to see that educational success is possible for every child.

Four campuses serve the approximately 1600 students enrolled in the District. Commerce Elementary School houses Pre-K through second grade, and was built in 1991. A. C. Williams Elementary serves third graders through fifth graders in a new structure completed in 2009. The 66,400-sq-ft structure has 24 regular classrooms, six resource classrooms, an art room, two computer labs, a science room and a music room. Every classroom is equipped with the latest technology for teaching 21st century learners.

Commerce Middle School serves as a secondary campus with sixth through eighth grades. That facility was remodeled in 2000-2001 when the high school moved to its new structure. Commerce High School occupied its new building in the Fall of 2000. The 150,000-sq-ft structure sits on 85 acres leased from Texas A&M University-Commerce for $1 per year.