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Friendswood ISD serves approx. 5,000 students and covers 16 square miles in the northwestern corner of Galveston County, approximately 25 miles south from downtown Houston.
Campuses include: two elementary schools; two intermediate schools; one junior high school; and one high school.
Friendswood is primarily a residential community. Within a 30-minute drive, residents can attend cultural, educational and recreational events. Ballet, opera, theaters, orchestras, museums, NASA, amusements parks, observatories, zoos, major league sports of every kind, and the beach at Galveston are all conveniently nearby.
FISD has been named the fifth most efficient Texas School District by the Texas Business Coalition. Friendswood High School was named 1 of 13 Top High Schools in the State as well as 1 of 10 Top High Schools in the Houston area.
Fort Bend ISD serves approx. 73,000 students from Sugar Land and surrounding communities,and covers 170 square miles in Fort Bend county.
Campuses include : 46 elementary schools; 14 middle schools; 11 high schools;and four unique secondary campuses to address the academic and vocational interests of students.
The district serves almost all of the city of Sugar Land, the city of Meadows Place, the Fort Bend county portion of Missouri City, Arcola, small sections of Houston, small sections of Pearland (including some of Shadow Creek Ranch), the unincorporated communities of Clodine, Four Corners, Juliff and Fresno, and the Fort Bend County portion of MIssion Bend.
Residents in Fort Bend County enjoy the benefit of a community diverse in its cultures, cities, and lifestyles. From metropolitan living in the lofts and retail mixed use communities of Sugar Land to the amenity rich master planned communities in Missouri City to the quiet charm of Fulshear, to the history rich communities of Richmond and Rosenberg, Fort Bend County is a mix of communities, cosmopolitan to rural, offering residents options and opportunity.
Excellent education systems, low crime rate, and some of the highest incomes in the state, Fort Bend communities, in their diversity of style and offerings, derive the benefits of an ever-growing business economy. Those who call Fort Bend home may catch a baseball game at Constellation Field, go bird watching at Seabourne Creek Nature Park, attend a concert in the Stafford Center, or watch a polo match on the fields in Simonton. There is something for everyone in Fort Bend.
Goose Creek ISD serves approx. 23,000 students from Baytown and Highlands and covers 135 square miles in Harris and west Chambers counties.
Campuses include : 14 elementary schools; five junior high schools; three high schools; a career center; and two alternative centers for education.
The district serves all of Baytown, Highlands, Coady, McNair, outlying areas of East Harris County, and a small portion of West Chambers County.
Baytown is the fourth-largest city within the Houston metropolitan area and is one of the Texas Gulf Coast’s best kept secrets. This coastal oasis is steeped in rich history as it shares its bay with the San Jacinto Monument, the birth place of Texas, just a ferry ride away. Baytown provides a great convenience serving as the coastal gateway to many points of interests such as Houston, Galveston Bay and numerous Bay Area attractions.
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Hitchcock ISD serves approx. 1,188 students from the city of Hitchcock and covers approximately 56 square miles.
Campuses include: one headstart campus (PreK); one elementary school (grades K-4); one junior high school (grades 5-8); one alternative school (grades 9-10); and one high school (grades 9-12).
Hitchcock, at the gateway to the Golden Gulf Coast, is an ideal location for easy access to industrial centers, recreation, educational, and medical facilities. Located on State Highway 6 just south of I-45, Hitchcock is only 20 minutes from Galveston and aproximately 35 minutes from Houston. Hitchcock's strategic location makes it the hub of the greater Gulf Coast area, an asset that offers unlimited potential for future growth. Major shopping malls, hospitals, colleges, and recreational facilities are only minutes away.
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Huffman ISD serves approx. 3,175 students and covers 52 square miles and is 30 miles northeast of Downtown Houston.
Campuses include : one elementary school (grades PreK - 2); one intermediate school (grades 3-5); one middle school (grades 6-8); and one high school (grades 9-12).
Huffman is an unincorporated area of northeastern Harris County, Texas within the Houston metropolitan area. The area is centered on farm roads 2100 and 1960, 30 miles northeast of Downtown Houston in the piney woods of southeastern Texas and covers about 54 square miles and housing approximately 10,000 citizens. It is a unique community comprised largely of subdivisions, scattered farms, apartments, and small businesses.
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Liberty ISD serves approx. 2,225 students from Liberty, Ames and Moss Bluff.
Campuses include: two elementary schools; one middle school; and one high school.
Located in the Southeastern region of Texas, the Liberty area offers a relaxed quality of life in a small-town setting, coupled with easy access to the major business and entertainment districts of Beaumont to the east and Houston to the west. Our location affords residents and guests a variety of choices in leisure activities, commerce and opportunities for higher education.
Liberty ISD on the web
Pasadena ISD, covering 60 sq. miles, serves approx. 52,000 students from the cities of Pasadena, South Houston, Houston, and Pearland, as well as unincorporated areas of Harris County.
Campuses include : 35 elementary schools; eight middle schools; 10 intermediate schools; five high schools; and four Alternative Schools.
Pasadena is one of Texas’ 15 largest cities (approx. population is 150,000) and the largest suburb of Houston. It combines all the amenities of a major metropolitan area with the comfort and ease of suburban life. Situated between the Houston Ship Channel and NASA’s Johnson Space Center, Pasadena enjoys a diverse economic base that includes an array of international corporations and small businesses alike.
The expanding variety of shopping opportunities and leisure activities means an enjoyable quality of life for residents. Houston’s world-class arts and dining opportunities plus Galveston's beaches, are just 30 minutes away.
Pasadena ISD on the web
Stafford MSD, is located 15 miles southwest of Houston partly in Fort Bend County and partly in Harris County and serves approx. 3200 students. Stafford has the only municipal school district in the state, meaning that the schools are controlled by the city government and not by a separate school board.
The tree-lined complex is home to six campuses: one Primary School (Grades EE-1); one Elementary School (Grades 2-4); one Intermediate School (grades 5-6); One Middle School (Grades 7-8); one High School (grades 9-12); and one Alternative Education Center (Grades 6-12).
U.S. Highway 59 (the Southwest Freeway) and U.S. 90A, which was recently expanded and extensively landscaped, traverse the City. Additionally, the Sam Houston Tollway (Beltway 8 ) lies only three minutes from town. All of this makes it easy to move between every part of Stafford and most other locations in the Houston metropolitan area, making all cultural, civic, recreational, business and religious centers and sports stadiums and arenas just minutes away.
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Stafford MSD on the web
The Village Learning Center, located in Kingwood, is now offering the opportunity to sponsor its transportation buses. The Center currently has seven vans that each run seven days a week. Your company's message will appear prominently on the side of one of the vans.
To learn more about The Village Learning & Achievement Center, visit their website at http://www.villagelac.org