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What schools are in the Fort Bend ISD?

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The Fort Bend Independent School District (ISD) in Texas comprises a range of high schools, such as Austin and Bush, specialized schools, such as the Ferndell Henry Center For Learning, middle schools, including Baines and Bowie, and elementary schools, such as Armstrong and Austin Parkway. A comprehensive directory complete with maps and contact details is available at the Fort Bend ISD website.

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Fort Bend County is located in the state of Texas and is known for its high-quality schools and recreational facilities. According to the Fort Bend County website, Fort Bend has the highest educational attainment levels in the region with over 40 percent of residents being college educated.

The names of the high schools in the Fort Bend ISD are:

  • Austin
  • Bush
  • Clements
  • Dulles
  • Elkins
  • Hightower
  • Kempner
  • Marshall
  • Ridge Point
  • Travis
  • Willowridge

Specialized schools are:

  • Ferndell Henry Center For Learning
  • M.R. Wood
  • Progressive
  • Technical Education Center

Middle schools are:

  • Baines
  • Bowie
  • Crockett
  • Dulles
  • First Colony
  • Fort Settlement
  • Garcia
  • Hodges Bend
  • Lake Olympia
  • McAuliffe
  • Missouri City
  • Quail Valley
  • Sartartia
  • Sugar Land

Ford Bend elementary schools are:

  • Armstrong
  • Austin Parkway
  • Barrington Place
  • Blue Ridge
  • Brazos Bend
  • Briargate
  • Burton
  • Colony Bend
  • Colony Meadows
  • Commonwealth
  • Cornerstone
  • Drabek
  • Dulles
  • E.A. Jones
  • Fleming
  • Glover
  • Goodman
  • Heritage Rose
  • Highlands
  • Holley
  • Hunters Glen
  • Jordan
  • Lakeview
  • Lantern Lane
  • Lexington Creek
  • Meadows
  • Mission Bend
  • Mission Glen
  • Mission West
  • Oakland
  • Oyster Creek
  • Palmer
  • Parks
  • Pecan Grove
  • Quail Valley
  • Ridgegate
  • Ridgemont & Early Childhood Center
  • Scanlan Oaks
  • Schiff
  • Sequin
  • Settlers Way
  • Sienna Crossing
  • Sugar Mill
  • Townewest
  • Walker Station

Owing to the good selection of schools to choose from, Fort Bend County is popular among a variety of families. As a result, 83 percent of the people living in the county are families.

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