70 Years of CCISD

70 years of CCISD

As the Clear Creek Independent School District marks its 70th anniversary this school year, there is a rich history of tradition and excellence to be celebrated.

From initial consolidation in 1948 to the founding of the Johnson Space Center in 1961 and surpassing 40,000 students in 2014, the Clear Creek ISD family has grown by leaps and boundaries throughout its history.

The four independent school districts of Kemah School District, Webster School District, Seabrook School District and the League City School District joined together in 1948 to better serve the educational needs of 1,000 students. Back then, there were 119 employees, five schools and nine school buses. In 2018, Clear Creek ISD is leading the way with more than 5,000 staff members, a fleet of 400 buses and 42,082 students from the 13 cities of Bacliff, Clear Lake Shores, El Lago, Friendswood, Kemah, League City, Houston, Nassau Bay, Pasadena, Pearland, Seabrook, Taylor Lake Village and Webster.

 Special 70th Anniversary News

 Share Your Memories

Parents and great grandparents, former teachers and bus drivers, mayors and community members: All are invited to share your unique memories and perspectives on the history and growth of the Clear Creek Independent School District.

Share Your Memory



Association with CCISD (i.e. parent, former student, teacher, etc.): 

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If you would like to include a photo and/or video with your submission, please send them to photos@ccisd.net!

Share photos and memories via social media channels as well using #CCISDCelebrates70 in the post.

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