The purpose and intent of the Bremond Independent School District is to direct the students in their learning experiences and activities, both individually and collectively, so that they will be prepared to successfully meet the problems of life in our competitive democratic society. A fundamental premise underlying our democratic way of life is a belief in the intrinsic worth of every individual. Therefore, we believe that all members of our free society must be provided the opportunity for development of their individual capabilities through education.
Another fundamental premise at the heart of civilized society is a respect for excellence. The intent of the Bremond Independent School District is to provide a learning environment which will encourage the development of individual potential, desire for excellence, and a sense of responsibility to self and society. It is toward this purpose that trustees, administrators, teachers, and support staff dedicate their efforts in providing each student with intellectually stimulating instruction of the highest quality together with the guidance required to further student's ability and potential.
The Bremond Independent School District bases its educational philosophy on the following beliefs: Each child is a unique and valuable person who should be respected as an individual. There is a need for a school environment which is administratively flexible enough to allow the student to experience success and develop to his or her potential both mentally and physically. Each student will benefit from communication and cooperation among students, staff, teachers, administrators, parents, and community. In keeping with these beliefs, the Bremond Independent School District seeks to provide opportunities that are consistent with the abilities and potential of all students by constantly reviewing and upgrading facilities, materials, equipment and instructional programs. Bremond Independent School District will take steps to assure that lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and vocational program.