Ian is currently part of the 5th grade crew that raises the flag every morning and takes it down every afternoon. Outside of school, Ian is part of a pop warner football team. After school, he enjoys running for exercise. Ian is a shining little Seahawk in all his classes!

- Ian Barcena,: Nanny Elementary


A true representative of our Seahawk Standards, Omar is the Captain of Flag Patrol and participates in MS football & XC. When Omar is not in school, he enjoys participating in boxing. In June Omar won the Junior Olympic Boxing Championship.

- Omar Reyes: De La Paz Middle School

Landon Guevara

Landon takes great pride in being a Seahawk. He has noted that he loves everyone at school and is especially proud of the Kaufer ECHS ‘A’ rating. Landon is always finding ways to help others by holding doors for students, assisting staff with technology, and offering ways to improve the school.

- Landon Guevara: Kaufer Early College High School

Why Us

Our Mission

Creating unique opportunities through academic excellence and community values.

Competitive Extra Curricular Activities

Students have numerous opportunities to get involved and stay involved! Students can get involved in clubs, organizations, and the school to give back with volunteer hours. These hours will start accumulating freshman year. There are many opportunities to give back locally. High school is different from junior high. Study habits, extracurricular activities, and social activities will change. Ultimately, students will learn how to adapt and grow with life changes. Luckily, students will be supported by teachers, advisors, and the Seahawk family at Riviera ISD.

Pre-K3 to Early College High School

By design, Kaufer Early College High School provides our Seahawks the opportunity to earn college credits while in high school. Instilled beginning in Pre-K for a seamless transition from high school to college.

TEA Accountability Rating

Riviera ISD maintains the “A” school rating for 2021-2022. Way to go, Seahawks!


Riviera ISD FFA

Riviera FFA

Band Wins 10th in State

Fine Arts