The Learning Experience – (8/2016) The Learning Experience is under construction at Loop 494 and Northpark Drive, in Village of Northpark – South. They are a leading provider of early education services and one of the nation’s fastest growing academies for children 6 wks. to 5 yrs.
Light of the World Christian Fellowship – (8/2016) Light of the World Christian Fellowship celebrated the opening of their new Worship Center with an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony with the Partnership Lake Houston Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2016.
The Covenant Preparatory School – (7/2016) Changed their name from the Northeast Christian Academy and broke ground on one of their first new facilities, a new gymnasium to go with the current 120,000 square feet of academic space. Building of new facilities began summer 2016 and will continue into early fall. The new campus features 34 acres just south of Kingwood Park High School on Glade Valley Drive, designed to look similar to a college campus. The new gymnasium will feature two competition courts, which can be divided into four courts for tournament purposes, multiple locker rooms and a three-lane track on the second story and weight room among other amenities. The new facility will alleviate a lack of practice space for all of the basketball and volleyball teams. The school is growing, the high school will add in numbers when the current middle school classes reach that level. When the new campus opens and numbers increase, additional sports may come along with it. A big reason for the new campus is to appeal to families who are currently seeking the college prep atmosphere inside the loop and will seek to attract LHA families who travel inside the loop daily for top private schools so they don’t have to leave the area.
Including Kids – (6/2016) A nonprofit organization that works with kids and young adults with autism and related developmental delays, will break ground soon on a new state-of-the-art 2.5 acre treatment center on 7/17/16. Including Kids currently rents 16,000 sf of unconnected space in a shopping center at Timber Forest and FM 1960. The new stand-alone building, designed specifically with the needs of children and young adults with autism in mind, will be an extension of the organization’s early intensive therapies and program offerings.
High School #7 – (4/2016) High School #7 land has been secured by Humble ISD and is located just south of Lakeshore sub-division on West Lake Houston Pkwy, 2 miles south of Atascocita High School and 4 miles north of Summer Creek High School.
Lone Star College Process Technology Center – Generation Park – (1/2016) Lone Star College purchased 6 acres of the land along with 2.3 acres donated by McCord Development for a new 50,000-square-foot Process Technology Center to train the downstream oil and gas industry workforce. “We are moving quickly to address the key employment issues facing Houston companies today,” said Dr. Katherine Persson, president of Lone Star College, Kingwood, in a statement. “This Process Technology Center will prepare students with the critical skills that are in high demand from the world’s leading oil and gas companies.” The center is planned to hold a ground breaking in March or April 2016.
San Jacinto College – Generation Park – (1/2016) Has closed on 57 acres at Generation Park, just across Lockwood Road from the 173-acre FMC Technologies Corporate Headquarters currently under construction. The rapid growth of new homes and new businesses in and around Generation Park is creating demand for educational opportunities. Generation Park is at the center of a new commercial and residential boom that is happening in the Lake Houston Area. “San Jacinto College recognized the value of not just our location, but also the benefits of being part of a truly master-planned enterprise park,” said Ryan McCord, President of McCord Development. “We can offer them something nobody else can: direct relationships with world-leading companies who want to work together to develop Houston’s next generation high-tech workforce – particularly in the subsea and downstream energy industries.
Elementary #28 – (12/2015) A two story school that will be situated in the new master-planned community, The Groves at the intersection of Madera Run Pkwy and Timber Forest Dr. Humble ISD board members approved the designs by PBK Architects at their Sept. 8 board meeting and it will now progress to the construction phase where the architects will put the project out to bid for construction companies. Construction bids are scheduled to go out in January 2016, with groundbreaking ceremony and construction to begin March 2016 and open to students, teachers and faculty in the fall of 2017. Attendance zones for Elementary #28 are scheduled to be established during the 2016-2017 school year. The campus will be designed to house 950 students.
Middle School #9 – (12/2015) Middle School #9 will be located in The Groves. Current plans are to start working on the build-out of the school around April 2016 and it will be open in the fall of 2018 and will be built to house 1,050 students.
Humble ISD – (5/2015) Humble ISD encompasses 91.26 square miles with 34 percent of this land under development or not yet developed. Four new campuses were opened in 2010; Summer Creek High School, Woodcreek Middle School, Lakeshore Elementary School and Atascocita Springs Elementary School, in addition to the newest campus at Ridge Creek Elementary which opened in Aug 2013. There are 42 campuses in Humble ISD. More than 40,000 students and over 5,000 employees, Humble ISD is nationally recognized for the outstanding education it offers to students and was awarded Best Large School District in Texas in 2015. Humble ISD is listed among the fastest growing school districts in Texas. The district averages about 1,000 new students every school year and has seen enrollment grow by 1,300 in 2014-2015. Demographers project Humble ISD’s enrollment will grow to 53,000 students by 2023 which would equate to about 13,500 new students over the next decade. Projected future campuses include three new elementary schools, two new middle schools, and a new high school. Current plans project the opening of a new elementary campus, the district’s 28th elementary school, in 2017, the district’s ninth middle school is targeted for opening in 2018, and construction of a new high school opening in 2022 in West Lake where most of the residential growth is occurring. Elementary School #29 will be in the Woodland Pines area, Middle School #10 will be on the same plat of land where Ridge Creek Elementary currently sits and the 155-acre High School #7 is in the Lakewood Pines area with frontage along West Lake Houston Pkwy, not far from Lakeshore Elementary. If needed, Middle School #11 can be located on the same portion of land where High School #7 will be located since the district purchased extra land to make this a reality.
Ridge Creek Elementary – Newest Humble ISD campus, opened in Aug 2013. Located at 15201 Woodland Hills Dr, Humble, 77396 and will feed into Woodcreek Middle School for grades 6-8 and Summer Creek High School for grades 9-12. Building costs estimated at cost $15.4 million and will serve 450 with capacity of 960 pupils.
Lone Star College – Kingwood – Lake Houston Area population growth is helping to increase enrollment and prompted the building of two additional structures at LSC-Kingwood. The two new buildings, Student-Conference Center and the Music Instructional Building were completed August 2011. Fall 2013 enrollment at LSC- Kingwood was 11,943. Spring 2014 enrollment at LSC-Kingwood was 11,607.
Lone Star College – Atascocita – LSC also opened a newly constructed 62,000 SF LSC-Atascocita Center located at 15903 West Lake Houston Pkwy and also serves as the home to Humble ISD’s Quest Early College High School and the University of Houston Downtown’s bachelor in business administration completion degree. At the start of the Fall 2013 semester in August, LSC-Atascocita noted a 52 % increase, which brings its student population to 818.
Quest Early College High School (QECHS) – Located at the new Lone Star Kingwood Atascocita Center campus. QECHS Provides students with a high school choice that enables them to earn their high school diploma and a Lone Star Kingwood College Associates degree upon graduation. Opened in 2012
Children’s Learning Adventure – On Atasca Oaks Dr and Atascocita Rd in Humble. Opened in April 2013
Kids R Kids Day Care – Has opened a 15,600-square-foot facility at 18410 Timber Forest Drive. Opened in 2012
Primrose School of Eagle Springs – will open an 11,500 SF facility in August 2013 located at 17979 Eagle Springs Pky and will create 25 jobs and $3.5 million in project costs.
Humble Area’s First Baptist Church – Located at FM 1960 and Townsen Blvd East completed a new 40,000 sq ft Preschool and Children’s Building to provide space for young families in the Humble Area. Opened spring 2013
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