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Campus History

Front of Dulles High School circa 1960
 
At its formation in April 1959, Fort Bend ISD had five facilities: two elementary schools, one junior high and one high school. Kempner Stadium was used as the athletic facility for the District at that time. 
 
Today, FBISD has grown to include 75 campuses: 11 high schools, 14 middle schools, 46 elementary campuses and four unique campuses to address the academic and vocational interests of students. Plus, four athletic facilities.  
 

Through the Decades

1960-1970 

Dulles Junior High was occupied in March 1965, and all sixth through eighth graders were housed in the one facility until the openings of Sugar Land Junior High in August 1975 and Missouri City Junior High in October 1975.
 
The old Missouri City High School housed Annie Wilcox Elementary until Blue Ridge Elementary was occupied in August 1969. These facilities were later demolished for the construction of the present Missouri City Junior High. The current Missouri City Junior High gymnasium is the old gymnasium used by Missouri City School District High School.

M.R. Wood School held all the District's special education students and programs until the state mandated the students be housed on campuses near their homes.

The Louis P. Rodgers Memorial Auditorium was constructed in 1969 and named for the District's first superintendent who died in May 1967.

1970-1980 

  • Fort Bend Area Career School - 1971
  • Meadows Elementary - August 1973
  • Ridgemont Elementary - August 1973
  • Quail Valley Elementary - August 1975
  • Sugar Land Junior High - August 1975 
  • Missouri City Junior High - October 1975
  • Dulles Elementary - August 1976 
  • Briargate Elementary - August 1977
  • The Athletic Complex - Mercer Stadium - August 1976. Wheeler Field House and Frankie Baseball Fields - September 1978
  • Townewest Elementary - August 1978
  • Quail Valley Junior High - September 1978
  • Willowridge High School (Phase I) - September 1979
  • Lantern Lane Elementary - January 1979
  • Fort Bend ISD Athletic Complex - 1979

1980-1990 

  • Ridgegate Elementary - January 1981
  • Mission Bend Elementary - August 1981
  • Colony Bend Elementary - August 1981
  • Fort Bend ISD Transportation Center - August 1982
  • William P. Clements High School - September 1983
  • Dulles Junior High School - reopened in 1983
  • Sugar Mill Elementary - August 1984
  • Settlers Way Elementary - August 1984
  • First Colony Junior High - September 1985
  • Palmer Elementary - September 1985
  • Hunters Glen Elementary - September 1985
  • Fort Bend ISD Administration Building at 16431 Lexington Blvd. - October 1985
  • Mission Glen Elementary - September 1986
  • Highlands Elementary - September 1986
  • Christa McAuliffe Junior High - September 1986
  • Warehouse facility on Julie Rivers Road - January 1987
  • Hodges Bend Junior High - September 1987
  • Pecan Grove Elementary - September 1988
  • I.H. Kempner High School - September 1988
  • Austin Parkway Elementary - September 1989

1990-2000

  • Barrington Place Elementary - August 1990
  • Colony Meadows Elementary - August 1991
  • Mission West Elementary - August 1991
  • Ronald E. McNair Auditorium - August 1992
  • Willowridge High School (Phase II) - August 1992
  • Walker Station Elementary - August 1992
  • Lake Olympia Middle School - August 1992
  • Lawrence E. Elkins High School - August 1992
  • M. R. Wood School changed name to M. R. Wood Alternative Education Center - August 1992 
  • Fort Bend Career School changed name to Technical Education Center - August 1992
  • Lakeview Auditorium - Texas Historical Commission - Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1993 
  • Clements Auditorium - September 1993
  • Lexington Creek Elementary - August 1994
  • Edgar Glover Elementary - August 1994
  • Arizona Fleming Elementary - August 1994
  • Lakeview Elementary - renovated August 1995
  • Stephen F. Austin High School - August 1995
  • Macario Garcia Middle School - August 1995
  • Walter Moses Burton Elementary - August 1996
  • Quail Valley Middle School - reopened August 1996
  • Brazos Bend Elementary - August 1997 
  • Commonwealth Elementary - August 1997 
  • Sienna Crossing Elementary School - August 1998 
  • L. V. Hightower High School - August 1998
  • Don Cook Natatorium - August 1998 
  • Oyster Creek Elementary - August 1999

2000-2010

  • Lula Belle Goodman Elementary - August 2000 
  • Rita Drabek Elementary - August 2001
  • Sartartia Middle School - August 2001
  • Fort Settlement Middle School - August 2001
  • George Bush High School - August 2001
  • Barbara Jordan Elementary - August 2002 
  • Thurgood Marshall High School - August 2002 
  • Buddy Hopson Field House - Fall 2004
  • Kenneth Hall Stadium - Fall 2004 
  • Scanlan Oaks Elementary - August 2004
  • In 2005, the district's 61st campus opened as the Hodges Bend Annex to address over crowding until middle school #13 opens. The Annex will become an elementary school in 2007-2008 when middle school #13 opens.
  • Travis High School opened August 2006 
  • Billy Baines Middle School opened August 2006 
  • Oakland Elementary School opened August 2006
  • Mary Austin Holley Elementary School opened August 2007, after serving as the Hodges Bend Annex.
  • David Crockett Middle School - August 2007
  • Cornerstone Elementary School - August 2007
  • Rosa Parks Elementary School - August 2007
  • E. A. Jones Elementary opened a newly-rebuilt campus adjacent to the original campus - August 2007
  • In 2007, Elementary #39 located 3440 Independence Blvd. in Missouri City, opened to temporarily house Quail Valley Elementary students while their campus was being rebuilt. 
  • The newly rebuilt campuses for Quail Valley Elementary, 3500 Quail Village Drive, in Missouri City and Missouri City Middle School, 202 Martin Lane, in Missouri City opened in August 2008. The Quail Valley campus was rebuilt on its original site, and Missouri City Middle School was rebuilt on property adjacent to the original campus built before the district was consolidated in 1959. The school’s original gymnasium will remain. 
  • Lynn Armstrong Elementary - August 2008  
  • Jan Schiff Elementary - August 2008
  • Juan Seguin Elementary - August 2009

2010-Present

  • Ridgemont Early Childhood Center - April 2010
  • Heritage Rose Elementary - August 2010 
  • Ridge Point High School - August 2010
  • Ferndell Henry Center for Learning - August 2010 
  • James Bowie Middle School - August 2011
  • Carolyn and Vernon Madden Elementary - August 2015
  • Anne McCormick Sullivan Elementary - August 2016
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