Clear Springs High School
|Clear Springs High School|
|501 Palomino Ln
League City, Texas, 77573
|Type||Public High School|
|School district||Clear Creek Independent School District|
|Principal||Mrs. Gail Love|
|Vice principal||Mr. Joseph Ruiz
Mr. John O'Hare
Mrs. Edith Milovanovic
Mrs. Alice Quinn Schwarz
|School colour(s)||Blue, Black, Silver|
|Rival||Clear Creek High School|
|Newspaper||Mane Street Standard|
Clear Springs High School is located in League City, Texas (USA) on Palomino Lane, next to Creekside Intermediate School. It is a part of the Clear Creek Independent School District (CCISD). The school opened in 2007. It has an active Advanced Placement program.
Clear Springs High School was opened in August 2007 for ninth and tenth grade students. More than a third of the school's students are enrolled in Advanced Placement courses. In 2013, U.S. News & World Report ranked the school 128th in Texas based on college readiness and state exam scores.
Clear Springs High School's approved attendance boundaries have been in effect since fall 2007.
- League City
- Greene (partial)
- Landolt (partial)
- Brookside (partial)
- Victory Lakes (partial)
- Westbrook (WAVE program)
- Seabrook (Science Magnet program)
In-District Transfers Students living within the Clear Creek Independent School District zoning boundaries, but not within the Clear Springs High School zoning boundaries, can apply for an In-District Transfer to be able to attend Clear Springs High School. Transfers must be approved by District Officials and may be granted for the following reasons:
- Transportation Conflicts
- Culinary Arts Program
- Engineering Program
- Dance/ Drill Team
- Band and Other Fine Arts
Transfers will be granted based on the individual student and can be revoked if the student presents a problem to their new campus.
- "Clear Springs High School". U.S. News & World Report. Retrieved January 22, 2014.
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