Education Close to Home

From gold star neighborhood schools within the highly regarded Humble Independent School District to quality preschools, private schools and higher education facilities, Balmoral students don’t have to travel far to receive an innovative education.

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Public Schools

Young Balmoral scholars will be able to attend easily accessible neighborhood schools within the Humble Independent School District, including the new, nearby Ridge Creek Elementary School, now open and an adjacent middle school coming soon.

Humble ISD

With 43 campuses, more than 40,000 students and over 5,000 employees, Humble ISD is one of Texas’ fastest-growing school districts. Nationally recognized for excellence in academics, students typically score well above average on state-mandated tests and college entrance exams. Recent bonds have allowed the district to pursue aggressive building and renovation programs for a number of years, resulting in state-of-the-art facilities that build strong relationships and promote learning.

Ridge Creek Elementary

The Ridge Creek Cubs wear their blue and green with pride. A strong academic curriculum bolstered by highly-trained, nurturing teachers prepares Kindergarten through fifth grade students to excel in middle school and beyond. Each grade in the certified LEED school has its own specialized wing. The school also boasts hallway computers, a learning corridor and outdoor learning spaces.

Woodcreek Middle School

Woodcreek students are on a quest for excellence aided by the values of respect, discipline and integrity. In addition to an effective academic program, Woodcreek students are engaged in a number of elective, extracurricular and athletic activities including the Kickstart Kids Karate program, band, choir, theater, football, track and volleyball.

Summer Creek High School

Designed to make high school a more intimate experience for students, Summer Creek adheres to the concept of small learning communities. Each Summer Creek Bulldog is assigned a “house” in which they work with an Assistant Principal-Counselor pair for all four years at the school. Math, science, English and social studies classes are attended in the house, while electives are located in a separate wing. Additionally, students have multiple opportunities to engage in athletic pursuits and extracurricular clubs and organizations.