Sugar Land and Fort Bend County offer some of the nation’s best educational opportunities with numerous RECOGNIZED schools. This fact is a huge draw for home buyers looking to relocate their families to Sugar Land.
Fort Bend Independent School District
16431 Lexington Blvd.
Sugar Land, Texas 77479
Katy Independent School District
6301 South Stadium Lane
Katy, TX 77494
Lamar Consolidated Independent School District
3911 Avenue I
Rosenberg, TX 77471
Stafford Municipal School District
1625 Staffordshire Road
Stafford, TX 77477
Fort Bend citizens have the nation’s highest educational attainment level with 69% of High School graduates moving on to college. Fort Bend has several higher learning institutions within its boundaries, including University of Houston, Houston Community College, Wharton Jr. College, and Texas State Technical College.
|School||Map||Address||City, State Zip||Phone Number|
|University of Houston, Sugar Land||map||14000 University Blvd||Sugar Land, TX 77479||832-842-2900|
|Houston Community College, Stafford||map||9910 Cash Rd||Stafford, TX 77477||713-718-7800|
|Texas State Technical College, Fort Bend||map||26706 Southwest Freeway||Rosenberg, TX 77471||832-595-8734|
|Wharton County Junior College, Sugar Land||map||14004 University Blvd||Sugar Land, TX 77479||281-243-8447|
The Fort Bend Independent School District is one of the state’s largest and enjoys a reputation of exellence. Its boundaries encompass the cities of Missouri City, Sugar Land, Arcola, Meadows, small sections of Houston and Richmond, and the communities of Clodine, DeWalt, Rosharon and Fresno.
Lamar CISD is deeply rooted in a proud tradition that spans over five decades. The district encompasses 345 square miles approximately 35 miles of Houston in the western part of fast-growing Fort Bend County. LCISD offers superior learning opportunities, combining excellent teachers, progressive educational theory and practice and a state-of-the-art technology plan with the unmistakable advantage of small schools and a hometown atmosphere.
Professional, nurturing, dedicated, innovative – these are a few of the words that describe theLamar Consolidated Independent School District. Located in the Richmond-Rosenberg area, Lamar CISD is only 35 miles of downtown Houston and serves a large number of the growing developments in the western part of Fort Bend County.
Established in 1947, Lamar has both a proud tradition and a bright future. Lamar CISD offers superior learning opportunities, excellent teachers, progressive education practices and state-of-the-art technology in the classroom. Combine these qualities with the unmistakable advantages of small schools and a hometown atmosphere, and you have a great place to call home.
Lamar CISD is known for academic excellence, award-winning fine arts and superior athletics
Katy ISD is a flourishing suburban school district that encompasses 181 square miles in east Texas. Its eastern boundaries stretch to Houston’s energy corridor approximately 16 miles west of downtown Houston and extend along Interstate 10 to a few miles west of the city of Katy.
In the 2007-08 school year, student enrollment has grown to more than 55,000 served by 47 schools – including six high schools.
Rated as academically acceptable by the Texas Education Agency, Katy ISD offers an outstanding instructional program with facilities, equipment and materials that are among the best in the state.