Royal Brook is Located in Highly-Acclaimed School Districts

Children living in most of Royal Brook attend Kingwood schools. Royal Brook in Kingwood, offers new homes located within the Humble Independent School District (Humble ISD). The patio home section of Royal Brook is located in the New Caney ISD.

Humble ISD educates more than 40,000 students who live in Atascocita, Eagle Springs, Fall Creek, Humble, Kingwood, Summerwood, and other neighborhoods in northeast Harris County.

Humble ISD operates three 6A high schools, two 5A high schools, and Quest Early College High School.  Currently Humble ISD is home to eight middle schools and twenty-seven elementary schools.  In fall of 2017 the doors of the 28th elementary school will open.  Enrollment continues to grow, with new homes being built in more than 50 neighborhoods.  Humble ISD is projected to grow to 52,000 students by 2025.

The community is extraordinarily supportive of education, approving bond elections that have allowed the district to open 14 new schools since 2004 and renovate older campuses.  The Humble ISD Education Foundation, a non-profit organization, has awarded more than $9.2 million since 2000 to support projects that enhance education.
Known for academic rigor, Humble ISD offers International Baccalaureate, AVID college-prep program, Advanced Placement courses, dual credit courses, gifted/talented courses, and Spanish immersion and dual language.  Students participate in athletics, the arts, and service learning.  Humble ISD’s SAT and ACT scores exceed state averages.  Students earn more than 1,000 certifications annually through Career and Technical Education.  Special education programs include inclusive pre-school, integrated athletics, Best Buddies, and the Mosaic Program serving students ages 18 to 22.

In 2015 Humble ISD was named Best Large District in Texas through The H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards Program.  Humble ISD made College Board’s AP Honor Roll for 2015, which fewer than 5% of Texas school districts can claim this honor.  The Humble ISD Board of Trustees was named Top 5 School Board in Texas for 2015 and 2016 in the H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards.  Humble ISD Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Fagen joined the district in July of 2016.

Lone Star College-Kingwood is also within minutes of Royal Brook, offering students of all ages the opportunity to continue their education. For those interested in private schools, master-planned Kingwood has an impressive selection of schools and child care facilities right in the community.

School attendance zones are subject to change without notice. Please contact Humble ISD for the most current information.

HUMBLE, TX 77338
PHONE: 281-641-1000
FAX: 281-641-1050

The Patio Home sections of Royal Brook Kingwood are in the New Caney ISD school district.

The New Caney Independent School District is the fourth fastest growing district in the state and has been the fastest growing district in the Houston area since 2011. It is located approximately 30 miles northeast of Houston, serving residents in the Porter, New Caney, Kingwood, and Conroe communities.

The 5A New Caney Independent School District enrolls approximately 15,000 students on 16 campuses. There are nine elementary campuses, four middle schools, two high schools, and an early college campus. New Caney High School is located near the campuses of University of Houston, Rice University, Sam Houston State University, Lone Star College-Kingwood and the The Woodlands University Center, which houses branch campuses of Texas A&M University, Prairie View A&M University, Sam Houston State University, Texas Southern University, and the University of Houston.

21580 LOOP 494
PHONE: 281-577-8600
FAX: 281-354-2639