Ginger Carrabine, Bryan ISD Superintendent, is honored to serve and support 16,000 students and 3,000 employees in the district. Having served as the Chief of Staff and Deputy Superintendent for over four years in the district prior to being named Superintendent in February 2022. She has firsthand experience meeting the needs of all students, maintaining positive momentum, and forging partnerships to best serve the school community.
Providing an excellent education for all students while affording choices and opportunities so every child can find their niche, excel, and be successful post-graduation is Ms. Carrabine's commitment every day.
Serving in district leadership roles spanning campus leadership to district-wide operations in her career, Ms. Carrabine is an experienced leader. Prior to joining Bryan ISD, she worked in Fort Bend ISD, a district with over 77,000 students, as Executive Director of Strategic Planning, Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Elementary and Secondary Principal, and a classroom teacher.
Ms. Carrabine and her husband, Mike, a teacher and coach at Rudder High School, have three adult children who live in Austin, Houston, and Birmingham. They love living in Bryan and are proud to be a part of a school district that continues to play a leading role in making our community better.
Bryan ISD Superintendent