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Spring Independent School District is a school district based in the Gordon M. Anderson Leadership Center in unincorporated Harris County, Texas, United States. It is located in north Harris County.

The district serves over 32,100 pre-kindergarten through twelfth-grade students in a diverse and growing district located 20 miles (32 km) north of downtown Houston in a suburban area of Harris County that spans 57 square miles (150 km2). The district’s ethnic breakdown is 38.9 percent African American, 37.6 percent Hispanic, 18.6 percent white, 4.6 percent Asian and Pacific Islander and 0.2 percent Native American.

Spring ISD serves a small portion of Houston, and portions unincorporated Harris County including the community of Spring.

In 2009, the school district was rated “academically acceptable” by the Texas Education Agency.

Klein Independent School District (Klein ISD) is a school district that covers 87.5 square miles (227 km2) in Harris County, Texas, United States. The district was created in 1928 and renamed Klein in 1938. Almost all of the territory is unincorporated; a small portion of Houston is within the district. In the 2016-2017 school year, Klein ISD had 50,394 students. Klein ISD is part of the taxation base for the Lone Star College System. As of 2019, Dr. Jenny McGown is the Superintendent of Schools.

The district has 32 elementary schools (including a Pre-K designated school), ten intermediate schools, and five high schools. A tenth intermediate school was opened in the Fall of 2018, and a 33rd elementary school will be built in the near future. As of 2016, the school district is rated “met standard” by the Texas Education Agency and has received a two B’s and two C’s in a provisional set of accountability ratings released for the 2016-2017 school year.

Tomball ISD serves students in northern Harris County and southwestern Montgomery County, Texas, including the City of Tomball, Lakewood Grove, Northepointe, Village Creek, Creekside Park Village (a section of The Woodlands), and the communities of Hufsmith, Decker Prairie, and Rose Hill. Tomball ISD is approximately 20 miles northwest of Houston’s central business district and 15 miles southwest of the Woodlands.

The Houston Independent School District (HISD) is the largest public school system in Texas, and the seventh-largest in the United States. Houston ISD serves as a community school district for most of the city of Houston and several nearby and insular municipalities in addition to some unincorporated areas. Like most districts in Texas, it is independent of the city of Houston and all other municipal and county jurisdictions. The district has its headquarters in the Hattie Mae White Educational Support Center in Houston.

The Katy Independent School District (KISD) is a public school district based in Katy, Texas, United States with an enrollment of over 70,000 students. As of August 2009, the district was rated as “Recognized” by the Texas Education Agency.

The district serves 181 square miles (469 km2) in parts of Harris County, Fort Bend County and Waller County. Most of the district lies within the boundaries of the City of Houston, the City of Katy or their municipalities’ extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ). Unincorporated areas in Katy ISD include Barker, Cinco Ranch, and Cimarron.

Humble Independent School District is a school district located in Humble, Texas, USA. It serves the city of Humble, small portions of the city of Houston (including the community of Kingwood), and portions of unincorporated Harris County (including the communities of Atascocita and Fall Creek). As of fall 2016, the district serves over 41,000 students. And as of June 2016, Humble ISD is led by Dr. Elizabeth Cenalia-Fagen after Dr. Guy M. Sconzo’s retirement. Humble ISD currently has five high schools and one magnet high school.

Montgomery Independent School District is a public school district based in Montgomery, Texas (USA).

In 2009, the school district was rated “academically acceptable” by the Texas Education Agency.

As of 2015 the district is developing its new high school which will be the second high school in the district. The new high school is named Lake Creek High School. Lake Creek High School is named after the Lake Creek Settlement.

2011-2012 school year, there are 6,892 students in the 8 campuses in the school district that stretches far beyond the Montgomery city limits, to almost all the way around Lake Conroe, with part of the east coast of the lake in Willis and Conroe districts. Average SAT scores is 1505; average ACT score is 22.8, and only 0.2% dropout rate. Of the 442 teaching staff, 95 have advanced degrees; the average years of teaching experience for teachers is 14.27 years.

Conroe Independent School District (CISD) is a school district based in the Deane L. Sadler Administration/Technology Center in Conroe, Texas within the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area.

CISD serves the cities of Conroe, Oak Ridge North, and Shenandoah, and the towns of Cut and Shoot and Woodloch. It also serves unincorporated communities in Montgomery County, including almost all of The Woodlands, the Montgomery County portion of Spring, Texas (extreme south and west parts of The Woodlands are located in Tomball ISD and Magnolia ISD, respectively), the settlement of Tamina, the community of River Plantation, and a portion of the Porter Heights CDP.

As of August 2009, the district has 48,700 students in 60 campuses (29 elementary schools, 9 intermediate schools, 7 junior high schools, 6 high schools, and two academies). The CISD area, which covers 348 square miles (900 km2), is part of the Lone Star College System (formerly the North Harris Montgomery Community College District). The ethnic breakdown of the school district is 63% White, 26.1% Hispanic, 6.7% African American, 3.8% Other. The completion rate is 98.2%. In total, the school district employs over 5,900 employees. (3,320 professional teaching staff, 2,080 paraprofessional and auxiliary staff, 579 administrators). The average enrollment growth is 1,570 per year.

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