Education in Hutto
From pre-school through college, Hutto offers access to excellent educational opportunities. For primary and secondary students, Hutto ISD covers 75 mile square miles and is one of the fastest growing districts in Central Texas.
Hutto Independent School District
Hutto is home to an award-winning independent school district, with more than 8,500 students at 12 campuses and continuously growing enrollment. Hutto High School, home to the only hippo mascot in the country, boasts a Career & Technical Education program with numerous certifications including culinary arts, health sciences, business, and veterinarian programs. Hutto ISD is proud of its award-winning and state-recognized robotics, art, band, music, and athletic programs; a state-awarded and nationally recognized FCCLA program; and our facilities. Hutto ISD is also the only district in the area to offer a full-day Head Start Program.
The University of Texas and several other area universities with a combined enrollment of more than 140,000 provides an ample supply of well-educated workers to area employers.
Hutto is also the home of the East Williamson County Higher Education Center, a multi-institutional teaching center. EWCHEC provides a wide array of educational opportunities and workforce readiness program with the convenience of going from a certificate to a graduate degree all in one location through a partnership with Temple College, Texas State Technical College, and Texas A&M University-Central Texas.
Colleges & Universities
The University of Texas and several other area universities with a combined enrollment of more than 140,000 provides an ample supply of well-educated workers to area employer
Local Elementary & Secondary Education
Hutto Independent School District is a proud district that develops community involvement and support through strong relationships and caring for all kids.