Lamar Consolidated ISD schools

It’s Our Schools That Make Us Great

You can’t earn the title of “Master-planned Community of the Year” by the Greater Houston Builder’s Association (GHBA) without access to great schools. Young Jordan Ranch residents are zoned to the highly regarded Lamar Consolidated ISD schools (LCISD). Please allow us to brag about them. 

Lamar Consolidated ISD Schools

Lamar Consolidated Independent School District is the fourth fastest-growing district in the Houston area. Niche gives it an A and notes that it is among the top 100 Best School Districts in Texas. 

The Lamar Consolidated ISD schools district has received numerous accolades, including an overall A rating from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) for the 2021-2022 school year. This is the highest rating a district can receive.

The district encourages teachers to think outside the box. The Lamar Educational Awards Foundation (L.E.A.F.) was founded to encourage their ideas by providing funds beyond the normal operating budget for educational programs and activities for students and staff. 

This year, the Express surprised 80 LCISD teachers and staff with $205,327 in classroom innovation grants, including cultural immersion activities and science dissection stations. 

LCISD Elementary Schools

Lindsey Elementary

Lindsey Elementary received an A rating from the TEA for the 2021-2022 school year based on state-mandated tests. Lindsey Lions performed well above both the district and state averages with more than 90 percent of students proficient in reading and math. The K-5 school features 38 classrooms, a library, a science room, a computer lab, an art room with a patio, a music room, a life skills center, a special education resource room and a gym. When it comes to teachers, Lindsey has some of the best in the state according to Niche. The school ranked No. 52 out of 4,541 on the “Best Public Elementary School Teachers in Texas” list. 

Melton Sr., Elementary

Our new onsite school opens next August. Designed for approximately 750 pre-kindergarten through fifth-grade students, the facility will house classroom spaces, a music room, art and science rooms, a gymnasium, a cafeteria and an administration area. Classrooms will be arranged in pods by grade level. Each classroom pod will have six to eight classrooms, restrooms, storage space, a student print area and dedicated collaboration spaces that provide access to an outdoor learning terrace for expanded project opportunities.  

LCISD Middle Schools

Roberts Middle School

Sixth-grade-only middle schools are unique to LCISD. Roberts Middle School is designed to meet the needs of pre-adolescents who may need extra support before making the transition to junior high. Students benefit from smaller class sizes, music, art, dance and athletic programs. Teachers are specially trained to address the physical and emotional changes that these students are going through so that they can succeed academically, socially and emotionally. While students do take standardized tests, the results are rolled in with those of Leaman Junior High School. 

Leaman Junior High School

Award-winning Leaman Junior High is an exceptional school dedicated to preparing students for high school and beyond. The school boasts a strong academic curriculum with multiple opportunities to participate in athletic, arts and extracurricular programs. The school boasts a strong music program with band members garnering numerous Sweepstakes awards at district and state competitions. Niche ranks the school among the top 15 percent out of 2,223 middle schools. It is among the top 20 in Fort Bend County. The TEA awarded Leaman an A rating for the 2021-2022 school year. Honors and pre-Advanced Placement classes are available. 

LCISD High Schools

Fulshear High School

Fulshear High School received an A ranking from the TEA for the 2021-2022 school year as well as all seven distinctions. Distinctions are awarded based on exceptional achievement in certain areas, including English, math, science, social studies, academic growth, postsecondary readiness and closing the gaps. Students can participate in more than 30 clubs and organizations. The Charger Band is one of the best in the state with the marching band receiving a Varsity Sweepstakes award in 2022. Honors, AP and dual credit study are all available to high-performing students.

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