School Boundary Advisory Committee

2019-2020 School Boundary Changes

The Clear Creek Independent School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved new attendance zones for the 2019-2020 school year. The changes affect 18 elementary schools, two intermediate schools, and all five comprehensive high schools. The board action follows an extensive community-engagement effort to populate the new Florence Campbell Elementary and to address overcrowding in several CCISD elementary schools and high schools.

The boundary changes affect approximately 1,000 students. “We are fortunate to have 44 wonderful schools, so wherever a child is zoned to attend, he or she will be greeted with exceptional learning experiences and highly qualified teachers,” said Page Rander, CCISD Board President.

As part of new district regulations, the high school boundary changes will go into effect for the incoming freshmen, only. Students currently attending high school today will remain at their home campus until graduation. “This grandfathering of high school students is a CCISD best practice,” said Dr. Greg Smith, Superintendent of Schools. “Students are already engaged in their four-year graduation plans, clubs and extracurricular activities.

While not technically part of the Board approved school boundary changes, there will be a slight adjustment to WAVE magnet assignments for students who reside in the Robinson Elementary and Greene Elementary attendance zones. The District will be communicating directly with those few students who will be impacted by a change in their WAVE assignment. Science Magnet assignments are not affected by the board-approved recommendations.

All approved boundary recommendations will go into effect for the 2019-2020 school year.  
 

 

Elementary Schools

Hall Elementary to Campbell Elementary

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With the opening of the new Florence Campbell Elementary in August 2019, the committee is recommending the new school’s attendance zone is south of FM 518 and south of West League City Parkway. The attendance zone runs to the southernmost portion of the district in areas planned for future development as well as reduces the overcrowding at Hall Elementary.  

Gilmore Elementary to Hall Elementary

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Under this recommendation, Rustic Oaks along Bay Area Blvd will shift west to Hall Elementary.  

Bauerschlag Elementary to Gilmore Elementary

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The Landing subdivision is proposed to be zoned to Gilmore Elementary; no longer split between Gilmore Elementary and Bauerschlag Elementary as in the past. A small portion of Brittany Lakes south of League City Parkway west of Landing Boulevard will move to Gilmore Elementary under the proposal.  

North Pointe Elementary and Ward Elementary

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The final recommendation keeps College Place in North Pointe Elementary and moves the newer neighborhood of Stillwater Cove to Ward Elementary.  

Brookwood Elementary and Robinson Elementary

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This recommendation involves moving students currently zoned for Brookwood Elementary to Robinson Elementary. This move provides for a continuous attendance zone along NASA Road 1 to Taylor Lake.  

Landolt Elementary and Greene Elementary

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This minor boundary change includes removing two apartment complexes along FM 528 and moving them into Greene Elementary.   

Mossman Elementary and Hyde Elementary

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This recommendation moves all the Lakes of South Shore neighborhoods from Mossman Elementary into Hyde Elementary School.  

Hyde Elementary and Ferguson Elementary

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This recommendation will move Coronado Apartments from Hyde to Ferguson Elementary School.  

Goforth Elementary to League City Elementary

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This recommendation would move students from Goforth Elementary along Texas Avenue to FM 270 to League City Elementary.  

Intermediate Schools

League City Intermediate to Clear Creek Intermediate

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This aligns the Coronado Apartments feeder pattern of Ferguson Elementary to Clear Creek Intermediate to Clear Creek High School.

High Schools

Clear Springs High School to Clear Brook High School

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The committee recommends extending the Clear Brook High School boundary to FM 528, as well as bringing in Emerson Park Apartment Homes and the Reserve at Autumn Creek

Clear Springs High School to Clear Creek High School

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This recommended change extends the Clear Creek High School boundary slightly west of IH 45 near Calder Road. This recommendation results in the uninterrupted feeder pattern of Parr Elementary to Victory Lakes Int. to Clear Creek High School.

Clear Falls High School to Clear Creek High School

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This recommendation maintains a clean feeder for the Coronado Apartments, which will move from Clear Falls High School back to Clear Creek High School. 

Clear Falls High School to Clear Lake High School

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The committee recommends bringing the subdivisions along Kirby Road into Clear Lake High School.  
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