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... During the 1982-83 school year, Collierville Middle School was recognized with the Blue Ribbon School Award of Excellence by the United States Department of Education, the highest award an American school can ... Collierville Middle was one of the first schools to receive this award ...
... Louisa May Alcott Elementary School (Houston) Almeda Elementary School (Houston) Ralph Andy Anderson Elementary School (Houston) Ashford Elementary School (Houston) (Grades Pre-Kindergarten through 2) Jewel Askew ... Atherton Elementary School (Houston) By Spring 2011 Atherton and E.O ... Barrick Elementary School (Houston, opened 1949 as Alber-Canino Elementary School ) Mamie Sue Bastian Elementary School (Houston) Kate Bell Elementary School (Houston) Roy P ...
... R Y S C H O O L S Nathan Adams Elementary School 1 ... K PK 32°55′18.39″N 96°49′44.23″W / 32.921775°N 96.8289528°W ... Allen Elementary School 1 ... K PK 32°46′53.61″N 96°54′26.88″W / 32.7815583°N 96.9074667°W / 32.7815583 -96.9074667 Z L P opened ... Anderson Elementary School 1 ... K PK 32°43′19.08″N 96°39′22.03″W / 32.7219667°N 96.6561194°W / 32.7219667 -96.6561194 Z L P opened 1958 ...
... Canyon Vista Middle School National Blue Ribbon School in 1990-91 and 1999-2000 Cedar Valley Middle School Chisholm Trail Middle School National Blue Ribbon ... Fulkes Middle School National Blue Ribbon School in 2001-02 Noel Grisham Middle School National Blue Ribbon School in 1994-95 Hopewell Middle School Ridgeview Middle School James G ... Walsh Middle School Hernandez Middle School ...
... WEBSITE NOTES H I G H S C H O O L S 5A Bryan Adams High School 2,104 9. 32°49′37.57″N 96°40′48.45″W / 32.8271028°N 96.680125°W / 32.8271028 -96.680125 ... Carter High School 1,872 9. 32°38′54.05″N 96°50′55.12″W / 32.6483472°N 96.8486444°W / 32.6483472 -96.8486444 (David W ... Carter High School) Z L P opened 1966 Moisés E ...
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