In 1935 the communities of Aldine, Brubaker, Higgs and Westfield which at the time were part of the Harris County Common School District 29 approved a consolidated school district which would become Aldine ISD. The districts first schools were off Aldine-Westfield near Aldine-Bender. AISD also acquired the Carver school which became the districts school for blacks after the state closed the North Houston School District in 1936. This added portions of Acres Homes to the district.
By 1947 there was an elementary, a middle and high school. Both the elementary and middle school were called Marrs, named after a former state superintendent of public instruction (now Lane and Aldine Middle respectfully). The new High school built in 1947 was named Aldine High School. In 1953 a second elementary school was built at 222 Raymac and was named Inez Carroll after a former educator in the district. On November 24, 1954 the Aldine High school campus burned to the ground. A new campus was built at 11101 Airline Drive on the site of the former Gulf Coast Airport which was completed in 1956. Several schools have since been built in the district.
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