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Facts and Figures
32 Campuses
  • 3 high Schools
  • 3 Junior High Schools
  • 2 Middle Schools
  • 18 Elementary Schools
  • 6 Special Facilities
Enrollment as of 10-7-2007
  • 21,880

Lamar Consolidated Independent School District
3911 Avenue I · Rosenberg, Texas 77471
832-223-0000

Lamar CISD is deeply rooted in a proud tradition that spans over five decades. The district encompasses 345 square miles approximately 35 miles southwest 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 the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District . Located in the Richmond-Rosenberg area, Lamar CISD is only 35 miles southwest 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. Scores continue to rise and remain at or above average on the state’s standardized tests (TAKS). LCISD schools are highly rated by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), with nine Exemplary campuses, 10 hailed as Recognized and four rated Academically Acceptable. One school was awarded a U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon – the highest award for any campus in the United States . Another campus earned recognition as a Distinguished Performance school from the TEA’s No Child Left Behind Coordination Program. And yet another campus was named to the Texas Business & Education Coalition’s Honor of Schools with sustained academic excellence.

Lamar CISD’s growing student population of more than 21,000 is served by three high schools, three junior high schools, two middle schools and 18 elementary schools. Elementary No. 19, McNeill Elementary will open in time for the 2008-2009 school year, as will Wertheimer Middle School, a sixth-grade only campus, located adjacent to Briscoe Jr. High School. The District's fourth high school, George Ranch High, will open in the fall of 2010. The District's fourth junior high, located next to the new high school, will open at the same time.

The district offers a well-balanced elementary curriculum, which includes computer skills and fine arts with a certified art, music and physical education teacher on every campus. Unique sixth grade/middle school campuses focus on the needs of preadolescents and create the easiest possible transition to secondary schools. Junior high and high schools provide a curriculum that includes strong academics, advanced placement courses, career and technology programs, and a full range of extracurricular activities. Smaller enrollments in Lamar’s secondary schools give students an enhanced feeling of security and greater opportunities for success as well as leadership experiences. LCISD’s gifted and talented program challenges academically oriented students at every level. A strong Special Education program focuses on supporting learning in the regular academic program on the child’s home campus with services ranging from regular classes with adaptations to special classes with learning objectives adapted to the student’s special needs.

Another attractive point is Lamar’s conservative approach to finance that keeps homeowners’ school taxes at one of the lowest rates in the Houston area, $1.29765 per $100 of valuation.

For additional information about the Lamar schools, please consult our website or contact the Community Relations Department at 832-223-0330.  

 

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Lamar Consolidated I.S.D.
3911 Ave I
Rosenberg, Texas 77471
(832) 223-0000

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