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Middle Schools - 2013-2014 School Year

School Neighborhoods Served
First Colony The Crossing I, II & III, Crossing Cove, The Manors, Parkside, The Pointe, The Reserve, Stonebrook, The Terrace, Waters Cove
Fort Settlement Alden Springs, Auburn Manor, Avalon at Riverstone, Brookside, Creekstone Village, Crescent View Estates, Edgewood, Hartford Landing, Ivory Ridge, Ivy Bend, Kensington, Majestic Pointe, Marble Bend, Meridian Park, Millwood, Nandina, Olive Hill, The Orchard, Providence, Sanders Glen, Senova, Shadow Glen, Silver Grove, Sweetbriar, Vintage Trail, Waterside


First Colony Middle School

Opened in 1985 with a population of 500 students, First Colony Middle School currently has an enrollment of more than 1,100 students. Since 1995, First Colony Middle School has served as a Texas Mentor Campus and, in 2000, was named a National Blue Ribbon school.

First Colony Middle School is committed to fostering academic excellence while developing the individual strengths and talents of its students, faculty, staff and community. By addressing the unique needs of early adolescents in a supportive and caring environment, the school furthers their development as independent, thinking citizens of character.

The rigorous curriculum at First Colony reflects the goals and target areas of importance identified in its mission statement. The curriculum offers a broad range of elective courses reflecting the interests and needs of students.


  • First Colony Middle School has computers and television monitors in each room.
  • First Colony Middle School students who were a part of the 2005 Math Counts program won the National Championship in a combined effort with Fort Settlement Middle School. The program was sponsored by the National Society of Professional Engineers and supported by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. As winners of this prestigious honor, the students had the opportunity to meet President George W. Bush in the Oval Office.
  • In 2006, First Colony made an encore appearance at the national Math Counts competition, with the Texas team ranking fourth and First Colony student Kevin Chen finishing as a semifinalist.
  • The National Center for Education Achievement (NCEA) named First Colony Middle School to its 2011 NCEA Higher Performing School List for math and writing.

First Colony Middle School

3225 Austin Parkway
Sugar Land, TX 77479
(281) 634-3240

TEA Rating: Met Standard
Distinctions Earned: Math
School Mascot: Bobcats
School Colors: Blue and beige
Principal: Jerrie Kammerman
Assistant Principals: Shannon Gutierrez, Tracey Rich and Burnett Williams


Fort Settlement Middle School

Fort Settlement is committed to meeting the unique needs of its students by fostering a community of academic excellence and social responsibility.

Fort Settlement has garnered attention on a state and national level, recently being designated as a 2012 Texas State School of Character (one of just three in Texas) and being named as a 2007 No Child Left Behind – Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.

Dedicated teachers work not only to guide students through middle school, but also to help them become lifelong learners. The curriculum is grounded in solid academic standards customized to middle school-age children. Teachers and administrators are cognizant of the concerns of adolescents and work to create a climate of both intellectual development and a caring community.

Parents are intensely involved in the school, with Fort Settlement's Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) raising a tremendous amount of money to support student learning. Thanks to PTO efforts, the school has a digital video security system, a track and additional classroom equipment including microscopes, telescopes, atlases and more. The PTO also funds the summer library program. Safety was a PTO priority in 2007, with money raised to relocate the school's courtyard fence to enclose the walkway doors used by students and staff.


  • Fort Settlement was one of only three Texas schools named as a 2012 Texas School of Character by the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association.
  • The Fort Settlement Middle School Band Program was recognized as the Texas Bandmasters' Association's 2012 Exemplary Middle School Band Program.
  • Fort Settlement Middle School was ranked ninth in 2013 among Houston-area middle schools by Children at Risk.
  • Duke University recognized 30 Fort Settlement seventh-graders for their high scores on college entrance exams (SAT and ACT) in 2005.
  • Fort Settlement students won first place at the Mars Rover Competition, hosted by the University of Houston in 2004.
  • Fort Settlement students won first place in four categories of the 2011 Texas Math and Science Coaches Association Tournament and posted the second highest sweepstakes total in the competition's history.
  • Twelve Fort Settlement students earned National Honor Roll status and another seven received merit recognition in 2003.
  • Fort Settlement's Math Counts team won first place in competition against 15 of the state's top Math Counts teams in 2002.
  • Fort Settlement received Gold Performance Acknowledgement by the Texas Education Agency in 2002.
  • Received 2012 Texas School of Character honor and was the only school in Region IV.

Fort Settlement Middle School

5440 Elkins Road
Sugar Land, TX 77479
(281) 634-6440

TEA Rating: Met Standard
Distinctions Earned: Reading, Math and Student Progress
School Mascot: Falcon
School Colors: Crimson, silver and black
Principal: Julie Diaz
Assistant Principals: Brad Hitchcock, Jennifer Petru and Jennifer Williams