Educational Opportunities in Huffman

Educational Opportunities in Huffman

School children in Huffman are served by two public school districts: Huffman ISD and Crosby ISD. You can find boundary and zoning maps on each school district’s website. Each district has one high school apiece: Hargrave High School for Huffman ISD and Crosby High School for Crosby ISD. Additionally, nearby public schools can be found in Goose Creek ISD (serving Baytown and east Harris County as well as Humble ISD, serving Northeast Harris County. Humble ISD has many exemplary schools including Atascocita High School.

Harris County, where Houston the county seat, is home to the Lone Star College system. With a campus located in Kingwood, TX and Porter, TX residents of Huffman have ample opportunity to continue their education after high school just a short drive up the road from their homes. A flagship at the community college level, Lone Star College offers associate degrees in a diverse array of study areas, vocational training as well as specialty certifications in subjects such as cosmetology. If you are moving to the Huffman area after a divorce and need to firm up your education or training upon arriving here, Lone Star College is here for you.

Finally, the Houston area is home to Rice University, the University of Houston, Prairie View A&M University, Texas Southern University and Houston Baptist University among other colleges and universities. Outside of the Houston Metropolitan Area are Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX and Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches, TX. Whatever your aptitude, interests and budget you will not suffer from lack of higher educational opportunities in the Houston area and Huffman, specifically.

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