Aldine Independent School District serves over 56,000 students at over 80 different campuses. Several components of the district’s curriculum have earned state and national recognition. Gifted and talented, visual arts, music, social studies, drama, speech and vocational/technical education enjoy recognition for excellence. Aldine holds full accreditation from the Texas Education Agency. www.aldine.k12.tx.us/index.cfm
Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District will serve close to 80,000 students in the 2008-2009 school year. The district presently has 80 campuses. It is the largest Recognized district in Texas. www.cfisd.net
Klein Independent School District, located approximately 40 miles from downtown Houston, serves close to 40,000 students at 30 elementary schools, nine middle schools (grades 6-8), and four high schools. The district provides appropriate grade-level curriculum that ensures students maximum opportunities to attain identifiable educational goals. District programs provide instruction in the essential elements or
basic skills outlined in the Texas State Board of
Education curriculum development guidelines.
Spring Independent School District, located 20 miles north of downtown Houston in suburban Harris County, serves over 32,000 students at 30 campuses. The district works to help its young people develop into students who excel academically, reason and solve problems rationally, act responsibly, and display good character and citizenship. The district opened its state-of-the art Wunsche Career Academy to support career education in a variety of high-demand occupations. www.springisd.org
Youth come first in northwest Houston and this is evidenced by the number of pre-schools and extended private and parochial schools in the region. Northland Christian School, Northwoods Catholic School, St. Anne Catholic School, Houston Learning Academy, Primrose School of Champions, Providence Classical School, Klein Spring Montessori School, the Spell Well Montessori School, and The Goddard School are among the many centers of learning.
The Art Institute of Houston – North
AI Houston - North offers training in Media Arts & Animation, Graphic Design, Fashion & Retail Management, Interior Design and Photography. www.Artinstitutes.edu/houston-north
Lone Star College System
Lone Star College System offers many courses that have direct application to business and industry. The college has five campuses that enable learners to pursue education and workforce skill-building without leaving the area. www.lonestar.edu
Our Lady of the Lakes University
OLLU strives to provide excellent teaching through traditional and innovative educational programs. Their mission is to develop diverse, intercultural student bodies in Christian, person-centered learning communites & to graduate individuals who are competent and committed to service. www.OLLusa.edu
Prairie View A&M University - Northwest Houston Center
PVAMU Northwest Houston Center offers graduate and undergraduate degree programs.
9449 Grant Road, Houston, TX 77070
Phone: 713-790-7270 OR 713-790-7146
University of Houston
University of Houston offers many courses in a variety of fields and multiple campuses.
Northwest Campus - LSC - University Park 20515 SH 249, Suite 12-234 www.uh.edu/northwest
University of Houston- Downtown
UHD offers graduate, undergraduate and continuing education programs. Located at One Main Street, Houston, TX 77002 and at their new location at Lone Star College University Park, 20515 SH 249, Houston 77070. www.uh.edu
Strayer offers certificates of associates, bachelors and masters degree programs at their new North Houston campus. 10940 W. Sam Houston Pkwy N., www.strayer.edu
Texas Southern University
TSU offers graduate, under-graduate and continuing education programs. Located at 3100 Cleburne St., Houston 77004 and at their new location Lone Star College University Park, 20515 SH 249, Houston 77070. www.tsu.edu