New Caney Independent School District
The New Caney Independent School District serves more than 14,000 students in the New Caney, Porter and Kingwood communities and is "Recognized" by the Texas Education Agency. In addition, all campuses in the district meet Adequate Yearly Progress required by the No Child Left Behind Act.
The District is located along the southeastern boundary of Montgomery County, Texas, in the northern suburbs of Houston, approximately 35 miles from the central business district of Houston. The District is roughly bisected by U.S. Highway 59/Interstate 69 (Eastex Freeway), which provides controlled multi-lane access to downtown Houston and, through interconnecting freeways, to all parts of metropolitan Houston. New Caney I.S.D covers approximately 90 square miles and consists of two high schools, four middle schools, nine elementary schools, an alternative education center and a credit recovery center.
|New Caney ISD|
|PK - 5th||Aikin Elementary||281.399.1497|
|PK - 5th||Bens Branch Elementary||281.577.8700|
|PK - 5th||Crippen Elementary||281.577.8740|
|PK - 5th||Kings Manor Elementary||281.577.2940|
|PK - 5th||New Caney Elementary||281.577.8720|
|PK - 5th||Porter Elementary||281.577.2920|
|PK - 5th||Sorters Mill Elementary||281.577.8780|
|PK - 5th||Tavola Elementary (opening Fall 2015)|
|PK - 5th||Valley Ranch Elementary||281.577.8760|
|6th - 8th||New Caney Middle School||281.577.8860|
|6th - 8th||Keefer Crossing Middle School||281.399.1604|
|6th - 8th||White Oak Middle School||281.577.8800|
|6th - 8th||Woodridge Forest Middle School|
|9th - 12th||New Caney High School||281.577.2800|
|9th - 12th||Porter High School||281.577.5900|
|Grades 1 - 12||The Learning Center||281.577.2850|
|Credit Recovery Center||281.577.2800 ext. 5380/2860|
Splendora Independent School District
Splendora Independent School District is located approximately 40 miles northeast of Houston on U.S. Highway 59/Interstate 69 at State Highway 242, strategically linking to Interstate 45. Splendora ISD encompasses an area of 77 square miles and has a student population of 3,500. Under the leadership of Dr. Genese Bell and the Board of Trustees, the district provides numerous opportunities through its career and technical education (CTE) pathways and early college high school.
The district’s personal graduation plan (PGP) initiative allow 5th -12th grade students, their parents, and a counselor the opportunity to discuss and investigate future career opportunities. The initiative also allows district administrators to anticipate students’ interest levels for courses being offered and plan according to those interests.
Splendora High School is one of only 15 early college high schools in the greater Houston area. This program allows students to graduate with both a distinguished diploma and an Associate’s degree (at no financial cost to the student).
Anticipating growth, voters passed a $13.5 million bond in November 2012. The bond has allowed the district to add classrooms and labs at both the junior high and high school campuses, expand the athletic and agricultural facilities, and provide improvements throughout the district.
|K - 6th||Greenleaf Elementary||281.689.8020|
|PK - 6th||Peach Creek Elementary||281.689.3115|
|K - 6th||Piney Woods Elementary||281.689.3073|
|7th - 8th||Splendora Junior High||281.689.6343|
|9th - 12th||Splendora High School||281.689.8008|
Lone Star College - Kingwood offers a two year program leading to an Associate of Arts Degree, Associates of Science and Applied Science Degree and certificate programs. Credit courses are offered in 40 major disciplines, and more than 300 non-credit courses are taught. Particular strengths exist in the biotechnology and computer areas. The college is located on 224 acres in the Kingwood community. This college is part of the Lone Star College System. Over 6,000 students are enrolled. The Small Business Development Center on campus provides free business counseling.
Lone Star College - University Center is a partnership of universities and the colleges of the Lone Star College System providing unduplicated bachelor's degrees, master's degrees and continuing professional studies to the college service area. Utilizing partnerships, seamless credit transfer programs, collaborative governance, shared facilities, interactive telecommunications, and "first stop" student services, the LSC-University Center serves as the critical link for community development and individual opportunity to over one and one-half million citizens of North Houston, North Harris County and Montgomery County. Partner universities are: Prairie View A & M, Sam Houston State, Texas A & M, Texas Southern, University of Houston, University of Houston Downtown.