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Oct 21 2010
1 YMCA Of Greater Houston Charter School (ended affiliation with HISD in 2004 , Houston) 3340
2 Bellaire High School, in the city of Bellaire, has neighborhood, AP and IB Diploma programs. It, with many national-and/or-state-competition winners, has been ranked according to the Challenge Index by Jay Mathews as one of the top high schools in the United States. 201
3 Stephen Pool Waltrip High School (Houston) 136
4 Charles H. Milby High School (Houston) 96
5 Sharpstown High School (Houston) 76
6 Jesse H. Jones High School (Houston) 74
7 Thomas Horace Rogers School (Alternative school) is part Vanguard school (K-8), part school for the deaf (K-8), and part school for multiply impaired children (K-12). 63
8 Ross Shaw Sterling High School (Houston) 60
9 Phillis Wheatley High School (Houston) 56
10 Mark Twain Elementary School (Houston) 45
11 Kashmere High School (Houston) 42
12 Scarborough High School is in northwest Houston 35
13 Dora B. Lantrip Elementary School (Houston) (formerly Eastwood Elementary School) 31
14 The Rice School (La Escuela Rice in Spanish, Houston) (Alternative school) 30
15 Kashmere Gardens Elementary School (Houston) 29
16 West University Elementary School (West University Place) 27
17 Oran M. Roberts Elementary School (Houston) 25
18 Walnut Bend Elementary School (Houston, opened 1964 [link]) 17
19 Briargrove Elementary School (Houston) 11
20 César E. Chávez High School (Houston) 5
21 Lee High School (Houston) < 5
22 Jefferson Davis High School (Houston) < 5
23 Booker T. Washington High School in Houston is known for its engineering program, which is called the High School for the Engineering Professions. < 5
24 Westside High School, in Houston's Briar Forest neighborhood, is known for its AP and Inertia Dance Company, the latter of which has been featured in People, and on Good Morning America. A reality show was once in the works for the thriving dance company. < 5
25 John H. Reagan High School, in the Houston Heights, is a high school that has HISD's computer magnet program < 5
26 2007 National Blue Ribbon School < 5
27 Mirabeau B. Lamar High School, in Houston, is the 2nd largest high school, behind Bellaire, in HISD and has both neighborhood and IB programs. < 5
28 Evan E. Worthing High School (Houston) < 5
29 James Madison High School (Houston) < 5
30 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Elementary School < 5
31 Sam Houston High School, in Houston, is one of the oldest high schools in Texas. It has undergone five name changes and a location change since its founding in 1878 as "Houston Academy" < 5
32 Gregory Lincoln Education Center (Zoned school) (Houston) < 5
33 Westbury High School is in the neighborhood of Westbury in Houston < 5
34 Middle College For Technology Careers (Houston) (opened in 1994, closed in 2006) < 5
35 Stephen F. Austin High School, in the Second Ward neighborhood of Houston, is characterized by its Art Deco architecture. < 5
36 Jack Yates High School is a tradition in Houston's Third Ward. < 5
37 Harvard Elementary School (Houston) < 5
38 Carter G. Woodson K-8 Center (Zoned school) (Houston) < 5
39 Ebbert L. Furr High School (Houston) < 5
40 Pat Neff Elementary School (Houston) < 5
41 San Jacinto High School (Houston) < 5
42 River Oaks Elementary School, in Houston, is a school which draws students from the entire Houston Independent School District. River Oaks Elementary celebrated its 75th anniversary in the 2003-2004 school year. < 5

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