Seven Lakes High School

Seven Lakes High School is ranked by Niche as the best high school in the Houston area. 

KATY (Covering Katy News) – On the heels of earning Niche’s number one Houston area school district title, and a number of its elementary schools and junior highs earning individual rankings, Katy ISD has been informed that three of its high schools are among the organization’s 2020 Best Public High Schools in the Houston Area. These high schools include Seven Lakes High School (#4), Cinco Ranch High School (#6), and Tompkins High School (#7).

“I am so proud of all of our students and campus staff,” said Courtney Doyle, Katy ISD Board President. “Our teachers, parents and community, show up every day ready to do whatever it takes to prepare students for the challenges and opportunities ahead. It is because of their collective vision and work that our school district is a leader in educational excellence, and our students continue to outperform their peers across the state.”

2020 Best Public High Schools in the Houston Area –

Katy ISD Campuses

Seven Lakes High School - Ranked #4

Cinco Ranch High School - Ranked #6

Tompkins High School - Ranked #7

The 2020 Best Public Middle Schools in the Houston Area -

Katy ISD Campuses

Beckendorff Junior High - Ranked #1

Beck Junior High - Ranked #2

Seven Lakes Junior High - Ranked #4

5 WoodCreek Junior High - Ranked #5

6 Tays Junior High - Ranked #6

9 Memorial Parkway Junior High - Ranked #7

12 McMeans Junior High - Ranked #12

15 Cinco Ranch Junior High - Ranked #15

2020 Best Public Elementary Schools in the Houston Area -

Katy ISD Campuses

Keiko Davidson Elementary School - Ranked #1

Hazel S. Pattison Elementary School - Ranked #2

Stanley C. Stanley Elementary School - Ranked #3

Fred & Patti Shafer Elementary School - Ranked #4

Tom Wilson Elementary School - Ranked #5

Sue Creech Elementary School - Ranked #7

WoodCreek Elementary School - Ranked #8

Odessa Kilpatrick Elementary School - Ranked #09

Hayes Elementary School - Ranked #10

Roosevelt Alexander Elementary School - Ranked #11

Bonnie Holland Elementary School - Ranked #12

Jenks Elementary School - Ranked #13

Michael L. Griffin Elementary School - Ranked #14

Roberta Wright Rylander Elementary School Ranked #15

Ray & Jamie Wolman Elementary School - Ranked #17

James E. Randolph Elementary School - Ranked #18

Joella Exley Elementary School - Ranked #19

Ursula Stephens Elementary School - Ranked #24

James E. Williams Elementary School - Ranked #25 

Each year, Niche (an independent research and data analysis organization) assesses school districts from across the country. The rankings are based on rigorous analysis of key statistics, reviews from students and parents, as well as data from the U.S. Department of Education. Ranking factors include state test scores, student-teacher ratio, student diversity, teacher quality, grade school ratings, and the overall quality of the school district.

Founded in 1919, the Katy Independent School District recently celebrated a century of legacy as a leader in educational excellence. The District is a flourishing suburban school district that encompasses 181 square miles in southeast Texas, housing over 66 campuses, and serving 83,000+ students. Recently, Katy ISD earned an “A” overall district rating from the Texas Education Agency, an “A+” Niche Best School Districts, and an “A” from the Texas Schools Financial Accountability Rating System of Texas (FIRST).

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