Klein Cain High School
|Klein Cain High School|
10201 Spring Cypress Rd
Klein, Texas 77070
|Type||Public high school|
|School district||Klein Independent School District|
|Color(s)||Purple, Silver, and White|
|Athletics conference||University Interscholastic League|
|Website||Klein Cain High School website|
Klein Cain High School is a senior high school in unincorporated Harris County, Texas. A part of the Klein Independent School District (KISD), it opened in August 2017. Nicole Patin is the principal of the school. The sports team is the Hurricanes. The student publications outlet is Cain Live.In its first year, Klein Cain enrolled only 9th and 10th grade students. The school added 11th grade students in 2018-2019, and will operate as a full 9-12 high school beginning in 2019-2020.
The campus, on a 80.3-acre (32.5 ha) has a capacity of 3,500 students. The campus, with three gymnasiums, a natatorium facility, career and vocational areas, and a dance area, has classrooms designed for student group work, using "L" shapes.
Areas that were rezoned to Klein Cain include portions of the Klein Oak High School zone that were north of Texas State Highway 99 (Grand Parkway) as well as rural communities along Doerre Road, areas north of Spring Cypress Road and west of Stuebner Airline Road, and the subdivisions of Vistas of Klein Lake, Laurel Glen, and Laurel Park.
- Santana, Tamra (2017-01-03). "Work continues on Klein ISD's newest high school campus". Cypress Creek Mirror at the Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2017-04-18.
- Elbert, Jacob (2018-11-12). "Cain Live".
- Bradley, Vagney (20 July 2017). "Klein ISD set to open first new high school since 2001". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 4 July 2018.
- Johnson, Petrina J. (2016-05-18). "New Klein ISD high school to open in 2017". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2018-11-05.
- Blanchard, Sarah (2015-12-15). "Rezoning plans continue for Klein ISD". The Spring Observer at the Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2017-04-18. - The fifth high school is Klein Cain
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