Aldine Independent School District offers a coordinated boys and girls sports program grades 7-12, and is governed by the University Interscholastic League. In addition, eleven high school sports and seven middle school sports are offered.
All Aldine ISD High Schools compete in District 19-5A and are under the direction of the Aldine ISD Athletic Department. There are approximately 9,000 participants in the overall athletic program.
Aldine ISD has a rich tradition with their athletic programs. They are recognized throughout the state for a wide range of athletic talent in all sports. Aldine ISD has been successful state-wide.
- 1989 5A Football State Runner Up – Aldine HS
- 1990 5A Football State Champion
- 1990 USA Today National Football Champion Aldine HS
- 1990 5A Boys Cross Country State Runner Up – MacArthur HS
- 1991 5A Boys Cross Country State Champion – MacArthur HS
- 1992 5A Boys Cross Country State Champion – MacArthur HS
- 1993 5A State Football Runner Up – MacArthur HS
- 1993 5A Boys Cross Country State Runner Up – MacArthur HS
- 1999 5A State Football Runner Up – Eisenhower HS
- 2006 5A Boys Track and Field State Champion – Eisenhower HS
- 2008 5A Girls Basketball State Runner Up – Nimitz HS
Aldine ISD’s Athletic Emphasis
- High Participation – Provide as many opportunities as possible for students to be involved in athletics.
- Strong Work Ethics – Teach what it means to “work hard” in the classroom, in athletics, and in life.
- Discipline – Being a good citizen regardless of who your colleagues are or your audience is.
- Parent Involvement – Support and Encouragement from family and friends enhances the student’s self-esteem, contributes to success, and increases the level of pride.