The Woodlands College Park High School

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The Woodlands College Park

The Woodlands College Park High School (Home of the Cavaliers) is a high school in The Woodlands, SPD area of Montgomery County, Texas in the United States that is operated by the Conroe Independent School District (CISD). The Woodlands College Park High School is one of the five main high schools in the Conroe Independent School District.

Opened in the fall of 2005, it is made up of students from grades 9 to 12. The school operates on a seven period day and in some cases offers zero and eighth hour periods before and after school (respectively). The current principal is Mark A. Murrell. The Woodlands College Park is also home to the Conroe ISD Academy of Science and Technology, a science and technology based magnet program.

Demographics[edit]

As of 2011, TWCP had 2,720 students.[1]

Feeder patterns[edit]

Elementary schools that feed into The Woodlands College Park High School include David, Hailey, Lamar, Powell (Harper's Landing only), and Ride.[2]

Intermediate schools include Collins Intermediate and Wilkerson Intermediate (excluding the Glen Loch ES zoning area).[3]

Knox Junior High School is the sole feeder junior high school to The Woodlands College Park High School.[4] The Academy of Science and Technology, located at CPHS, brings in students from TWHS and Oak Ridge High School feeder zones and also includes those already zoned for The Woodlands College Park High School.

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