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Clear Creek ISD
About Clear Creek ISD
Clear Brook GradsThe Clear Creek Independent School District is home to explorers and adventurers! Nestled along the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston and the boating waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Clear Creek ISD proudly serves the educational growth of more than 39,000 students and continues to be one of the most desirable places to raise a family in the Greater Houston area. Clear Creek ISD is the 29th largest school district in Texas, out of 1,031 districts. Our district spans 103 square miles, 13 municipalities, and two counties (Harris and Galveston). We are governed by a high performing Board of Trustees, seven elected community members representing areas of the district. We pride ourselves on involving our stakeholders in making curriculum, finance, and policy decisions, and all of our decisions are made with the best interest of children in mind.

Our Mission

The mission of the Clear Creek Independent School District, a diverse community unified by a spirit of exploration and excellence, is to develop students who will lead the way to the future by educating and equipping them with the skills necessary to excel in the 21st century through a system characterized by meaningful community relationships and a comprehensive curriculum facilitated by a highly qualified team committed to Courage, Collaboration, Innovation, and Self-Direction.
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Our Students

The Clear Creek Independent School District proudly serves more than 39,000 students and counting! The district has a diverse ethnic base with a student population that is approximately 53.8% White, 25.1% Hispanic/Latino, 9.6% Asian, 8.2% Black or African American, .3% American Indian, and .2% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander with more than 56 languages spoken throughout the district (PEIMS 2011).  

Clear Creek ISD’s completion rate is 98.5% and more than 96% of all high school graduates attend college, enroll in the military or enter the workforce. CCISD students score well above the state and national averages on state assessments and college entrance exams.

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander 0.1%
American Indian or Alaska Native
2+ Ethnicities
Black or African American
Asian 9.8%
White 52.3%

2013 SAT Performance* (Mean Scores)

  Critical Reading Mathematics Writing
NATIONAL 496 514 488
STATE 474 499 461
CCISD 520 546 504

 * CCISD's SAT Scores have consistently ranked above both the national and state averages.

Our Schools

Total Number of Campuses: 44

Goforth Elementary

Our Staff

4,963 Employees

Teachers by Highest Degree Held: 
    • Bachelors   75%
    • Masters    23.3%
    • Doctorate   .4%
Average Years Experience of Teachers:  11.2 years

Information is based on data reported to the Texas Education Agency unless otherwise noted.

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