Located in San Patricio county, Sinton is a wonderful place to live and raise a family.  Less than 30 miles north of Corpus Christi, it is situated close to the Gulf of Mexico and the amenities of an urban area.  Yet the small town quality of life is preserved and revered by the community.  Many churches, representing various denominations, thrive in Sinton.  The citizens have access to a hospital close at hand.  Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi provides convenient and valuable high education opportunities.

Sinton ISD has an enrollment of 2,100+ students in its 200+ square mile area.  Students attend classes on one of four campuses, including Sinton High School, E. Merle Smith Middle School, Sinton Elementary, and Welder Elementary.  78.7% of the student body is Hispanic, 19.8% is White, with the remaining 1.5% comprised of African American, Asian, and Native American students.

The elementary grades employ a variety of teaching strategies and curriculums, including:  Balanced Literacy, Accelerated Reader, and Reading Renaissance.  The Talent Pool enriches potentially gifted students in all content areas.