Pecos-Barstow-Toyah Independent School District
Pecos is served by one public school system, the Pecos-Barstow-Toyah Independent School District (PBTISD).
Located in central Reeves County, PBTISD serves not only Pecos students, but also the students of Barstow, located in Ward County and Toyah, located 17 miles west of Pecos. The district’s five campuses are located throughout the community and serve more than 2400 students.
Pecos High School: 611
Crocket Junior High: 544
Bessie Haynes Elementary (4th–6th grade): 347
Austin Elementary (1st–3rd grade): 684
Pecos Kindergarten: 256
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Early College High School
The Texas Education Agency has designated Pecos High School as an Early College High School (ECHS). Through a partnership between Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD and The University of Texas of the Permian Basin, this unique education option allows students to earn a high school diploma and up to 60 college credit hours simultaneously.
Dual credit at no cost to students
Rigorous instruction and accelerated courses
Support services to help students succeed
Increased college readiness
Reduced barriers to college access
Opportunities to earn scholarship funds
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Odessa College in Pecos
Odessa College Pecos offers access to GED and online continuing education options, credit and noncredit courses, and student services that include admissions, financial aid, new student orientation, testing and tutoring.
Visit the webisite at www.odessa.edu
Odessa College Pecos
1000 S. Eddy St.
Pecos, TX 79772