The kids will be more excited than you are to make the move to a new home. Why’s that? Maybe it’s the drive-in movie theatre located just 2 miles from Rosehill Reserve. Or the colorful splash pad waiting for them at the recreation center or the pocket parks, biking trails and green spaces.
But more importantly, kids in Rosehill Reserve get access to a quality education. We are pleased to share that Tomball ISD has plans for major improvements after voters overwhelmingly approved a $275 million bond referendum, which will address necessary upgrades to existing campuses, as well as construction of two new schools.
According to Community Impact, Tomball ISD is projected to grow by more than 4,500 students over the next five years, which will increase the district’s enrollment to over 19,000 students. Bond 2017 measures that will directly impact Rosehill Reserve students include:
- New agricultural barn for Tomball High School
- New district football stadium
- Instructional technology such as laptops, Chromebooks, and document cameras & upgrades to district technology infrastructure
- Fine arts auditorium renovations at Tomball High School
- Renovations to the front elevation of Tomball Intermediate School
- Turf added to the baseball & softball fields at Tomball High
- Purchase of buses
“Bond 2017 will enable us to build new facilities to accommodate growth in Tomball ISD. We are thankful for the passage of this bond,” said Tomball ISD Superintendent Martha Salazar-Zamora.
Rosehill Reserve is proud to be zoned for the highly acclaimed Tomball Independent School District. All schools in Rosehill Reserve have been recognized for exceeding standards on 2016 TEA Performance Reports. In addition, Niche ratings have ranked all Rosehill Reserve schools with A, based on statistics and millions of opinions from students and parents.