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The Fort Bend Independent School District, as an equal opportunity educational provider and employer, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sex, national origin, disability and/or age in educational programs or activities that it operates or in employment decisions. The district is required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of , Title IX of the Education Amendments of , Section of the Rehabilitation Act of , the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Age Discrimination Act of , as amended, as well as board policy not to discriminate in such a manner. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) If you suspect discrimination please contact the following: Xochitl Rodriguez, Title IX Coordinator, for concerns regarding discrimination on the basis of sex: () or Kermit Spears in the Human Resources Department at () Section Coordinator, for concerns regarding discrimination on the basis of disability: Contact Michael Ewing at () All other concerns regarding discrimination please contact the Office of the Superintendent at ()  


Fort Bend Independent School District

Fort Bend Independent School District
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Administration Building

Lexington Blvd

Sugar Land

, Fort Bend County, Texas,
United States
TypeSchool District
MottoInspire, Equip, Imagine
GradesPre K
EstablishedApril 18, &#;(April 18, )
PresidentDave Rosenthal
Vice-presidentJim Rice
Acting SuperintendentDiana Sayavedra (–current)
School boardDave Rosenthal (President-P7), Jim Rice (Vice President-P3), Dr. Shirley Gillam( Secretary-P4), Judy Dae (P2), Kristen Malone (P6), Angie Hanan (P1), Denetta Williams (P5)
Students78, (April )
Staff10,+ full & part time

The Fort Bend Independent School District, also known as Fort Bend ISD or FBISD, is a school district system in the U.S. state of Texas based in the city of Sugar Land.

The district spans square miles (&#;km2) covering 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, which is attempting to secede from FBISD),[1] the unincorporated communities of Clodine, Four Corners, Juliff, and Fresno, and the Fort Bend County portion of Mission Bend.

Fort Bend Independent School District was created by the consolidation of the Sugar Land ISD and Missouri City ISD in The school district is the seventh-largest public school system in the state of Texas and third largest within the Houston–Sugar&#; Land–Baytown Metropolitan Area. The school district is currently the largest employer in Fort Bend County with more than 9, district employees, and encompasses some of the wealthiest locales in the State of Texas.[2]

Fort Bend ISD is distinguished by its honors. In , the school district was rated "recognized" by the Texas Education Agency.[3]

The district is the only school district in the nation to be named a National School District of Character by the National Schools of Character Program in Washington DC—and only one of two districts in Texas to be honored with this designation. The Washington Post ranked Clements, Austin, Kempner, Travis, Dulles, Hightower, and Elkins High Schools as seven of the Top High Schools in the Nation.


Photo shows a Texas Historical Commission marker for the former Sugar Land Independent School District on the grounds of the Sugar Land Auditorium. It became part of the Fort Bend Independent School District in View is toward the southeast.
Historic marker of the former Sugar Land ISDnear Lakeview Elem. School.

Fort Bend ISD was formed when Sugar Land ISD and Missouri City ISD merged after an election on April 18, [2] The first superintendent was Louis P. Rodgers, who had been the Missouri City ISD superintendent upon the merger. The Sugar Land ISD superintendent Edward Mercer, became the assistant superintendent.[4]

Missouri City ISD was formed from Missouri City Common School, House Common School, and Mustang Common School (Fresno area). Sugar Land ISD was formed in and was expanded by adding Sartartia Common School and Clodine Common School in [5]

Originally FBISD was racially segregated, with white high school students attending the consolidated Dulles High School, with its permanent campus in Sugar Land, and black high school students attending M.R. Wood School in Sugar Land.[2] In , FBISD had students.[6] The school district desegregated in September ;[2] in the post-desegregation period Dulles was the district's sole high school until Willowridge High School opened in [6]

Rodgers died in May so Mercer became superintendent. Lawrence Elkins succeeded Mercer after the latter retired in August [4]

In the school district had 1, students, and its enrollment was increasing. Between and , a new high school opened at intervals no more than five years apart. The district became the fastest growing school district in the State of Texas.[6] In August the district had over 14, students at its high schools, then numbering six.[6]

A portion of Stafford was formerly a part of Fort Bend ISD, but it broke away and formed the Stafford Municipal School District. In , the FBISD portions of the city of Stafford left FBISD for the Stafford MSD, and the move was found to be constitutional in Residents in Stafford's ETJ are served by Fort Bend ISD, not Stafford MSD.

In February Rodney E. LeBoeuf became superintendent. LeBouef left in March and Raj K. Chopra became superintendent in August of that year. Chopra left on July 20, The next superintendent, Don W. Hooper, assumed power on February 15, [4]

Circa FBISD was the fastest-growing school district in Texas, with new comprehensive high schools opening in increments of fewer than five years.[6]

Hooper's retirement was scheduled for June [4]

In , during the COVID pandemic in Texas, the district administration chose not to make masks mandatory even though the Fort Bend county judge, KP George, issued a mask mandate. Governor of TexasGreg Abbott had prohibited local govermments from issuing mask mandates.[7] In August the district board voted to reverse its stance and require masks.[8]


The Fort Bend ISD Police Department is headquartered in Stafford.[9] Its current headquarters was the former FBISD Administration Building located off FM which was later converted into a vehicle maintenance facility after the administration HQ was moved to Sugar Land.[citation needed]

FBISD's current administration building is located in Sugar Land, near the Town Square and First Colony Mall. There is also the FBISD Annex, which contains an auditorium/banquet hall for FBISD, as well as a shop for teachers of FBISD.

When the district was first created Sugar Land Junior High School had the administrative offices. However there was no tax assessor-collector in Sugar Land, so the taxation office was in Missouri City as that municipality did have one. In the summer of the district opened the first dedicated headquarters. In October the current district headquarters opened.[4]

District operations[edit]

In the FBISD administration stated that it was considering changing the class ranking system so that students are ranked according to the school's attendance zones in which they reside instead of the schools which they actually attend.[10]

Athletics and extracurriculars[edit]

FBISD is known for having some of the best athletic teams in Houston.[11] All 11 high schools contain 2 gyms, Tennis Courts, a football/soccer/track field, a baseball field, and softball field, each fitted with LED scoreboards.

FBISD also manages 2 athletic complexes, complete with turf and Video/LED scoreboards from NEVCO:

  • Kenneth Hall Stadium (Football/Soccer/Track) and Buddy Hopson Field House (Gym) located next to Hightower[12]
  • Edward Mercer Stadium (Football/Soccer) and Wheeler Field House (gym) located next to the Admin Building[12]
    • Frankie Field (Baseball) is also located next to Mercer, but it is Clements's Home Field

Louis P. Rodgers Memorial Auditorium in Dulles High School was built in [13]


Seventy percent of the district's campuses received an Exemplary or Recognized rating from the Texas Education Agency in That same year, the district was named a Recognized District by the Texas Education Agency for the second consecutive year, making it one of the largest public school districts in Texas to receive that rating. Currently the district is ranked "academically acceptable" and has been for the last several years.

Austin High School and Clements High School, both in Sugar Land, have been recognized by Texas Monthly magazine in its list of the top 10 high schools in the state of Texas. In addition, Clements, Austin, and Elkins high schools ranked th, th, and nd, respectively, among the top schools in the United States by Newsweek.

Fort Bend ISD has been named one of the top School Districts in the Nation for a Fine Arts Education, according to a nationwide survey of public and private school programs.


The current Acting Superintendent is Diana Sayavedra who was chosen by the Board of Trustees[14] in after Dr. Dupre retired and left. Sayavedra previously served as the Principal at Elkins High School and Sugar Land Middle School.[15] The District Selected Three Superintendent Search Firms To Look for One: Hazard, Young, and Attea and Associates.[16]

FBISD is served by a board of trustees who are periodically elected. Each trustee represents one of the seven regions in the school district.


High schools[edit]

  • Stephen F. Austin High School, unincorporated area

  • William P. Clements High School, Sugar Land

  • Lawrence E. Elkins High School, Missouri City

  • L. V. Hightower High School, Missouri City

  • I. H. Kempner Sr. High School, Sugar Land

  • Thurgood Marshall High School, Missouri City

  • Ridge Point High School, Missouri City

  • William B. Travis High School, unincorporated area

  • Willowridge High School, Houston

Middle schools[edit]

  • Billy Baines Middle School (Sienna Plantation/Missouri City) (opened )
  • David Crockett Middle School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • John F. Dulles Middle School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • First Colony Middle School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • Fort Settlement Middle School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • Macario Garcia Middle School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Hodges Bend Middle School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • James Bowie Middle School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Lake Olympia Middle School (Missouri City) (opened )
  • Christa McAuliffe Middle School (Houston) (opened )
  • Missouri City Middle School (Missouri City) (opened )
  • Quail Valley Middle School (Missouri City) (opened , closed , reopened )
    • Home of the FBISD Gifted and Talented Academy (opened )
  • Sartartia Middle School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • Sugar Land Middle School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • Ronald Thornton Middle School (Sienna Plantation) (opened )
  • Billy J. Baines Middle School, Missouri City

  • David Crockett Middle School, Grand Mission Estates

  • John Foster Dulles Middle School, Sugar Land

  • First Colony Middle School, Sugar Land

  • Fort Settlement Middle School, Sugar Land

  • Macario Garcia Middle School, Sugar Land

  • Hodges Bend Middle School, Houston

  • Lake Olympia Middle School, Missouri City

  • Christa McAuliffe Middle School, Houston

  • Sugar Land Middle School, Sugar Land

  • Ronald Thornton Middle School, Sienna

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Armstrong Elementary School (Missouri City) (opened )
  • Austin Parkway Elementary School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • Barrington Place Elementary School (Sugar Land) (opened fall )
  • Blue Ridge Elementary School (Houston) (opened )
  • Brazos Bend Elementary School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • Briargate Elementary School (Houston) (opened August )
  • Walter Moses Burton Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Colony Bend Elementary School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • Colony Meadows Elementary School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • Commonwealth Elementary School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • Cornerstone Elementary School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • Rita Drabek Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Dulles Elementary School (Sugar Land) (opened )[20]
  • Arizona Fleming Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Edgar Glover Elementary School (Missouri City) (opened )
  • Lula Goodman Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
    • Goodman was one of two FBISD campuses that were the most damaged by Hurricane Harvey in , but it reopened ahead of schedule.
  • Highlands Elementary School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • Mary Austin Holley Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Heritage Rose Elementary School (Rosharon) (opened )
  • Hunters Glen Elementary School (Missouri City) (opened )
  • E.A. Jones Elementary School (Missouri City) (opened )
  • Barbara Jordan Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Lakeview Elementary School (Sugar Land)
  • Lantern Lane Elementary School (Missouri City) (opened )
  • Donald Leonetti Elementary (Sienna Plantation) (opened )
  • Lexington Creek Elementary School (Missouri City) (opened )
  • Carolyn and Vernon Madden Elementary (Richmond) (opened )
  • Meadows Elementary School (Meadows Place) (opened )
  • Mission Bend Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Mission Glen Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Mission West Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • James C. Neill Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Oakland Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Oyster Creek Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Palmer Elementary School (Missouri City) (opened )
  • Rosa Parks Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • James Patterson Elementary (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Pecan Grove Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Quail Valley Elementary School (Missouri City) (opened )
  • Ridgegate Elementary School (Houston) (opened )
  • Ridgemont Elementary School (Houston) (opened )
  • Scanlan Oaks Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Jan Schiff Elementary School (Missouri City) (opened )
  • Juan Seguin Elementary School (unincorporated area, Grand Mission) (opened )
    • The capacity is , and the school is near Richmond. Molina Walker Architects designed the building and Marshall Construction did the building. The cost was $14,, There are about 36 classrooms, with six per grade level. The school relieved Oakland Elementary School and took students from Mission West Elementary who were enrolled in bilingual programs.[21] Seguin was one of the two FBISD campuses most damaged by Hurricane Harvey. James Patterson Elementary and David Crockett Middle temporarily took Seguin students.[22]
  • Settlers Way Elementary School (Sugar Land) (opened )[20]
  • Sienna Crossing Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Sugar Mill Elementary School (Sugar Land) (opened )
  • Anne McCormick Sullivan Elementary (Riverstone, Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Townewest Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Walker Station Elementary School (Unincorporated area) (opened )
  • Malala Yousafzai Elementary School (opened , with classes previously held between two existing campuses.)[23]
  • Sonal Bhuchar Elementary School (Riverstone) (Planned To Open in Fall )[17]
  • Lynn Armstrong Elementary School

  • Austin Parkway Elementary School

  • Barrington Place Elementary School

  • Blue Ridge Elementary School

  • Brazos Bend Elementary School

  • Briargate Elementary School

  • Walter Moses Burton Elementary School

  • Colony Bend Elementary School

  • Colony Meadows Elementary School

  • Commonwealth Elementary School

  • Cornerstone Elementary School

  • Rita Drabek Elementary School

  • Arizona Fleming Elementary School

  • Edgar Glover Jr. Elementary School

  • Lula Belle Goodman Elementary School

  • Heritage Rose Elementary School

  • Mary Austin Holley Elementary School

  • Hunters Glen Elementary School

  • E. A. Jones Elementary School

  • Barbara Jordan Elementary School

  • Lakeview Elementary School

  • Lantern Lane Elementary School

  • Donald Leonetti Elementary School

  • Lexington Creek Elementary School

  • Carolyn and Vernon Madden Elementary School

  • Meadows Elementary School

  • Mission Bend Elementary School

  • Mission West Elementary School

  • James C. Neill Elementary School

  • Oakland Elementary School

  • Oyster Creek Elementary School

  • Rosa Parks Elementary School

  • James Patterson Elementary School

  • Pecan Grove Elementary School

  • Quail Valley Elementary School

  • Ridgegate Elementary School

  • Ridgemont Elementary School

  • Scanlan Oaks Elementary School

  • Jan Schiff Elementary School

  • Juan Seguin Elementary School

  • Settlers Way Elementary School

  • Sienna Crossing Elementary School

  • Sugar Mill Elementary School

  • Anne McCormick Sullivan Elementary School

  • Towne West Elementary School

  • Walker Station Elementary School

  • Malala Yousafzai Elementary School

Other schools[edit]

  • Ferndell Henry Alternative Center
    • Hosts district's Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (DAEP)
  • Progressive High School
    • Classes to help students who are behind in credits/grades
  • Technical Education Center
    • Hosts CTE classes for all High schools in FBISD
  • James Reese Career and Technical Center (opened )
    • Newer center to replace aging TEC
  • James Reese Career and Technical Center

  • Ridgemont Early Childhood Center


Fort Bend ISD opened several magnet programs to foster small learning communities with a career based focus. Several Academies are housed at different schools and are magnet programs that require an application. The District provides busing throughout the district for Academy students, irrespective of which school they choose to attend, located at their zoned Elementary Campus (or another location deemed appropriate by staff/parents). A few of the Academies were shut down due to low application and attendance rates.

Middle School Academies[edit]

  • Quail Valley Middle School Academy for the Gifted and Talented (For GT Identified)

High School Academies[edit]

  • Global Studies Academy (GSA) (Travis HS)*
  • International Business and Marketing Academy (IBMA) (Travis HS)*
  • Engineering Academy (EA) (Elkins HS)
  • Math and Science Academy (MSA) (Dulles HS)
  • Medical Science Academy (MSA) (Hightower HS)
  • Digital Media Academy (DMA) (Hightower HS)

*The GSA and IBMA academies are under a transition period to Travis HS.

  • GSA for '18 are held at Clements HS.
  • IBMA for '18 are held at Bush HS.

C.O '19 (+) for both academies are at Travis

Former schools[edit]

See also[edit]


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  2. ^ abcd"District Information / History". Retrieved
  3. ^" Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency. Archived from the original on
  4. ^ abcde"FBISD History". Fort Bend Independent School District. Archived from the original on Retrieved
  5. ^Research done by the Texas State Library, recorded in the Fort Bend County Official Public Records under document number on July 27,
  6. ^ abcdeSolomon, Jerome (). "FOOTBALL /HIGH SCHOOLS/FORT BEND BONANZA/Phillips, Dulles in hunt to add to town's memories". Houston Chronicle. p.&#;Special Archived from the original on Retrieved
  7. ^Dellinger, Hannah (). "Fort Bend ISD won't require masks, despite county judge's order". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved
  8. ^Herndon, Shavonne (). "Fort Bend ISD Board Votes To Mandate Masks In All County Schools". Houston Public Media. Retrieved
  9. ^"FBISD PoliceArchived at the Wayback Machine." Fort Bend Independent School District. Retrieved on December 31, " Murphy Road Stafford, Texas "
  10. ^Webb, Shelby (). "Fort Bend ISD considers ranking students based on school they are zoned to, not where they attend". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved
  11. ^Marrion, Jack (). "Seven Fort Bend ISD basketball teams ranked by TABC". Chron. Retrieved
  12. ^ ab"Athletics / Athletic Facilities". Retrieved
  13. ^"Campus History." Fort Bend Independent School District. Retrieved on November 2,
  14. ^"FBISD Board approves new Deputy Superintendent and Chief Human Resources Officer (9/27/19)". http. Retrieved
  15. ^"Acting Superintendent / Acting Superintendent". http. Retrieved
  16. ^"Board of Trustees / Superintendent Search". http. Retrieved
  17. ^ ab"Fort Bend ISD names new campuses after influential women (4/12/21)". Retrieved
  18. ^Blue Ribbon Schools Program, Schools Recognized Through (PDF)Archived March 26, , at the Wayback Machine
  19. ^"Microsoft Word - schools.doc"(PDF).
  20. ^ abcde"FBISD History". 7 September Archived from the original on
  21. ^Meeks, Flori (). "Fort Bend, Lamar districts open 3 elementaries in Richmond". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved - Despite the headline saying they are in Richmond, they merely have "Richmond, TX" postal addresses and are not in the Richmond city limits, and the City of Houston noted postal address city names do not necessarily match municipal boundaries.
  22. ^Balch, Bridget (). "Harvey-damaged elementary school students to re-start class at new campuses". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved
  23. ^"New Fort Bend elementary school named after youngest Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai". KHOU. Retrieved
  24. ^ ab"FBISD History". Fort Bend Independent School District. Archived from the original on Retrieved
  25. ^"FBISD History". Archived from the original on Retrieved

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Fort Bend Independent School District

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Fort Bend Independent School District general and academic performance information at both the district and campus levels are provided on this page.

Fort Bend ISD academic profile

Houston school districts rank: 8

Academic performance score: 10

Texas Education Agency accountability rating: Not Rated: Harvey Provision

Complete Texas school district rankings are presented on this Texas school districts page.

The academic performance score provides a quick way to determine approximately where a school district's or school's student academic performance ranks among the performance of students in other Texas districts and schools. School districts and campuses with combined State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) and college readiness indexes ranked in the top ten percent of Texas school districts and schools are awarded an academic performance score of 10, districts and schools with combined academic performance indexes in the ninth decile receive a score of 9, and so on.

Fort Bend ISD profileFort Bend Independent School District operates fifty elementary schools, fourteen middle schools and eleven high schools. These 75 schools are attended by approximately 75, students who live in Elm Grove, Fresno, Missouri City, Richmond, Rosharon and Sugar Land.

Fort Bend ISD's TEA STAAR component scaled score is As is further explained in the Texas Education Agency Accountability Manual, the STAAR scaled score is calculated by first adding equal weightings of the percentage of assessments on which students’ performance mastered grade level, met grade level and approached grade level, dividing the sum by 3 and rounding it to the nearest whole percentage. This raw STAAR raw component score is then adjusted or “scaled” by using a conversion table to align accountability letter grades and scores of Texas public school districts and campuses.

As indicated in the TEA STAARS scores graph (right) and shown in the Fort Bend ISD schools table (below), thirty-two Fort Bend ISD campuses attained TEA STAAR scaled scores between 90 and , eleven campuses STAAR scores were between 80 and 89, fourteen had scores between 70 and 79, ten scored between 60 and 69 and eight Fort Bend ISD campuses had STAAR scaled scores between 50 and The accountability rating for all Fort Bend ISD schools, except four, is Met Standard, the TEA's highest campus rating. The TEA considered the operations of Glover Elementary School, Hunters Glen Elementary School, Lantern Lane Elementary School and McAuliffe Middle School to have been directly and significantly affected by Hurricane Harvey and granted these schools an accountability rating waiver. Additional academic performance, student enrollment, teacher staffing and other information about selected schools is available by clicking on the campus names.


Fort Bend ISD schools

Armstrong Elementary SchoolEE - 5367Met Standard
Austin High School9 - 121093Met Standard
Austin Parkway Elementary SchoolKG - 5991Met Standard
Baines Middle School6 - 8990Met Standard
Barrington Place Elementary SchoolEE - 51092Met Standard
Blue Ridge Elementary SchoolKG - 5156Met Standard
Bowie Middle School6 - 8991Met Standard
Brazos Bend Elementary SchoolKG - 51092Met Standard
Briargate Elementary SchoolKG - 5367Met Standard
Burton Elementary SchoolEE - 5159Met Standard
Bush High School9 - 12677Met Standard
Clements High School9 - 121095Met Standard
Colony Bend Elementary SchoolEE - 5991Met Standard
Colony Meadows Elementary SchoolKG - 51094Met Standard
Commonwealth Elementary SchoolKG - 51096Met Standard
Cornerstone Elementary SchoolKG - 51095Met Standard
Crockett Middle School6 - 8782Met Standard
Drabek Elementary SchoolPK - 5991Met Standard
Dulles Elementary SchoolKG - 5472Met Standard
Dulles High School9 - 121091Met Standard
Dulles Middle School6 - 8989Met Standard
Elkins High School9 - 12990Met Standard
First Colony Middle School6 - 81092Met Standard
Fleming Elementary SchoolEE - 5367Met Standard
Fort Settlement Middle School6 - 81096Met Standard
Garcia Middle School6 - 81091Met Standard
Glover Elementary SchoolKG - 5260Not Rated: Harvey Provision
Goodman Elementary SchoolEE - 5370Met Standard
Heritage Rose Elementary SchoolPK - 5573Met Standard
Highlands Elementary SchoolEE - 5990Met Standard
Hightower High School9 - 12674Met Standard
Hodges Bend Middle School6 - 8575Met Standard
Holley Elementary SchoolPK - 5778Met Standard
Hunters Glen Elementary SchoolPK - 5156Not Rated: Harvey Provision
Jones Elementary SchoolPK - 5156Met Standard
Jordan Elementary SchoolKG - 5778Met Standard
Kempner High School9 - 12989Met Standard
Lake Olympia Middle School6 - 8370Met Standard
Lakeview Elementary SchoolPK - 5779Met Standard
Lantern Lane Elementary SchoolEE - 5158Not Rated: Harvey Provision
Leonetti Elementary SchoolEE - 5990Met Standard
Lexington Creek Elementary SchoolKG - 5885Met Standard
Madden Elementary SchoolKG - 51093Met Standard
Marshall High School9 - 12160Met Standard
McAuliffe Middle School6 - 8156Not Rated: Harvey Provision
McCormick Sullivan Elementary SchoolEE - 51095Met Standard
Meadows Elementary SchoolKG - 5990Met Standard
Mission Bend Elementary SchoolPK - 5264Met Standard
Mission Glen Elementary SchoolEE - 5472Met Standard
Mission West Elementary SchoolEE - 5370Met Standard
Missouri City Middle School6 - 8262Met Standard
Neill Elementary SchoolKG - 5989Met Standard
Oakland Elementary SchoolKG - 5991Met Standard
Oyster Creek Elementary SchoolKG - 5886Met Standard
Palmer Elementary SchoolEE - 5780Met Standard
Parks Elementary SchoolPK - 5264Met Standard
Patterson Elementary SchoolEE - 5677Met Standard
Pecan Grove Elementary SchoolEE - 5885Met Standard
Quail Valley Elementary SchoolKG - 5370Met Standard
Quail Valley Middle School6 - 8991Met Standard
Ridge Point High School9 - 121092Met Standard
Ridgegate Elementary SchoolPK - 5260Met Standard
Ridgemont Elementary SchoolEE - 5159Met Standard
Sartartia Middle School6 - 81094Met Standard
Scanlan Oaks Elementary SchoolKG - 51093Met Standard
Schiff Elementary SchoolKG - 51092Met Standard
Seguin Elementary SchoolKG - 5882Met Standard
Settlers Way Elementary SchoolEE - 5991Met Standard
Sienna Crossing Elementary SchoolKG - 51094Met Standard
Sugar Land Middle School6 - 8886Met Standard
Sugar Mill Elementary SchoolKG - 5989Met Standard
Townewest Elementary SchoolPK - 5367Met Standard
Travis High School9 - 12991Met Standard
Walker Station Elementary SchoolEE - 51094Met Standard
Willowridge High School9 - 12158Met Standard

Source: Texas Education Agency.


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