WE'RE STILL GROWING STRONG!
DRIVEN BY GROWTH
STUDENT ENROLLMENT (PROJECTED)
Lamar CISD remains one of the fastest growing districts in Texas. Population survey analysts project more than 65,000 new homes in the district between today and Fall 2031. The projects in this bond are intended to accommodate that growth.
FASTEST GROWING DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF TEXAS!
Lamar CISD is experiencing several unique factors impacting development in our community. These factors include economic and social topics such as job growth, employment sectors, socioeconomic characteristics, quality of life indicators, construction, land development and more. The student projections developed by Lamar CISD's demographers take these factors into account.
FACTORS IMPACTING FUTURE STUDENT ENROLLMENT
For the second consecutive year, Lamar CISD had the greatest number of new housing starts of any school district in Houston metro and the State of Texas. In the 12-month period ending in December 2021, Metrostudy reported 5,477 new single-family housing starts in Lamar CISD. This figure represents a 30.4% increase from the previous 12 months, when 4,200 starts were recorded.
As online commerce expands along with the population of Texas and other southcentral states, distribution and warehousing will have a larger role in Houston’s economy. The extreme northern portion of Lamar CISD is located near a logistics hub in the far west-northwest suburbs. The Interstate 10 Corridor between Katy and Brookshire has seen tremendous growth in industrial development, and more companies continue to expand in the area.
Lamar CISD will be impacted by several new charter schools in the next few years. These include a new Harmony campus at Bellaire and Peek, a new Harmony campus in Sugar Land, and an International Leadership of Texas school serving KG-8th, with an expected enrollment of 1,300-1,400 students.