Connected by a series of tunnels and sidewalks, Sienna Plantation's three on-site elementaries, an on-site middle school and new high school help the community earn an A+ on the education component of its master plan.
Within the highly acclaimed Fort Bend Independent School District, Sienna Plantation is home to, Sienna Crossing Elementary, Scanlan Oaks Elementary and Jan Schiff Elementary. In the 2011 School Accountability Ratings, both Scanlan Oaks and Sienna Crossing earned Exemplary ratings with Jan Schiff receiving a Recognized rating.
Baines Middle School in Sienna boasts strong academics and a broad range of extra-curricular choices. Additionally, Sienna Plantation was selected as the home for Ridge Point High School which opened in 2010 serving students in grades 9 - 12.
But Sienna's educational landscape is not limited to public schools. Sienna Lutheran Academy opened in 2012 serving students kindergarten - grade 8 with a comprehensive and balanced curriculum. Moreover, families rely on several quality day cares and preschools within the development.
Sienna also is home to the Houston Community College System's 45,000-square-foot Academic Center, the cornerstone of an impressive, 50-acre campus. The state-of-the-art educational facility accommodates classrooms and laboratories, lecture rooms, and multi-purpose rooms.
As the Academic Center reaches capacity, the HCC system plans to add other buildings and specialty programs to serve community needs. Eventually, the campus will offer a full academic program as well as technology and workforce programs.
Students and residents also can visit the Fort Bend County Library, opened in 2010. Located next to the HCC Missouri City campus, the two-story facility is the second largest in the county with a shelving capacity for 100,000 volumes. It offers hardcover and paperback books, audio books on CD, music CDs and DVDs, with selections appropriate for infants to adults.
Living is learning in Sienna Plantation.