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Barbers Hill ISD

Barbers Hill Independent School District is a suburban district in western Chambers County, along the upper Texas Gulf Coast. The district encompasses four communities: Mont Belvieu, Old River-Winfree, Cove, and Beach City, and covers 192.3 square miles. Its borders consist of the Trinity River on the east to the Harris County line on the west, and Trinity Bay on the south to the Liberty County line on the North. Barbers Hill ISD includes 8 campuses: one high school, two middle schools, two elementaries, one early childhood center, one pre-k center and an alternative (disciplinary) campus. For more information about BHISD, visit them online at

Goose Creek Consolidated ISD

Goose Creek CISD serves nearly 24,000 students in the communities of Baytown and Highlands. As the largest employer in the district boundaries, Goose Creek CISD provides career opportunities to more than 3,400 people. Goose Creek CISD covers 134 square miles. Goose Creek CISD has six high schools (three traditional high schools; two specialty high schools; one alternative high school), five junior high schools, and sixteen elementary schools. In addition, the district is in the process of building its sixth junior high school, 17th elementary school, and a new San Jacinto elementary school. The district currently has nine auxiliary buildings which provide office and workspace for various operations and departments in the district.  For more information about GCCISD, call the Communications Office at 281-420-4813 or visit their website at


Lee College Athletics Arena


Lee College

Recognized among the top 10 percent of community colleges in the United States by international non-profit organization The Aspen Institute, Lee College is an award-winning institution that has been dedicated to enriching the Baytown community and surrounding areas since its founding in 1934.  Lee College offers more than 100 associate degree and certificate programs in a wide variety of engaging disciplines and high-demand fields.  A diverse body of more than 8,000 students participates in credit, non-credit and community education courses that prepare them for successful entry into the workforce, advancement in higher education and a variety of sought-after careers and professions.  The college serves a geographic region of more than 220,000 residents that includes 15 independent school districts in Harris and Chambers counties.  For more information about Lee College, visit them online at


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