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Fort Bend Independent School District was created by the consolidation of the Sugar Land ISD and Missouri City ISD in 1959. The school district is the seventh-largest public school system in the state of Texas and third largest within the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown Metropolitan Area.
The school, which serves grades 9-12, is a part of the Fort Bend Independent School District. Although having a Sugar Land, Texas address, the school is located outside the city limits of Sugar Land; only students from New Territory live within the City of Sugar Land.  History [ edit]
Fort Worth Independent School District is a school district based in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Based on a 2017-18 enrollment of 86,234 students, it is the fifth largest school district in Texas.  Fort Worth ISD serves most of the city of Fort Worth, and the cities of Benbrook, Westover Hills, and Westworth Village.
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Brazos Independent School District. / 29.61917°N 96.03667°W / 29.61917; -96.03667. Brazos Independent School District is a public school district based in Wallis, Texas ( USA ). The district lies in two counties, Austin and Fort Bend. In addition to Wallis, the district also serves the city of Orchard .
George Bush High School was established on August 16, 2001 in order to help educate the increasing population of Richmond, TX.  There was no senior class in the inaugural year. The sophomore and junior class consisted of students from Kempner High School and Austin High School . Bush was FBISD’s Eighth Comprehensive High School.
It was created under a state law that was approved and became law on March 18, 1918.  Under state law, there was a 7-person board, and at least two members were required to be women. The first school board president was M. R. Wood, the designer of Sugar Land's first school, and Mary Anna Collins Woods was the first superintendent.