Sienna Plantation’s four on-site elementary schools, on-site middle school, on-site high school and two nearby schools – all part of the highly acclaimed Fort Bend Independent School District – help the community earn top marks on the education component of its master plan. In fact, five of the schools received an A+ in the 2016 Children at Risk rankings for student achievement, campus performance, test score improvement and other factors.
The educational offerings continue to grow as Fort Bend ISD has started construction on a new elementary school and new middle school in Sienna Plantation's Village of Sawmill Lake. The elementary is slated to open in 2017 and the middle school is expected to open the following year.
Fort Bend ISD provides unparalleled educational opportunities to the best and brightest in Sienna Plantation.
Its campuses and students are routinely recognized for exemplary achievements by the National Merit Scholars Program, the National Association of Music Merchants, Children at Risk, The Washington Post’s Top High Schools in the nation rankings, U.S. News & World Report’s Best High Schools in the nation and the United States Presidential Scholars Program.
Every year, Fort Bend ISD graduating seniors earn tens of millions in academic and athletic scholarships. Moreover, Fort Bend ISD embraces diversity, where students work and learn cohesively alongside those from other nationalities and ethnicities.
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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 pre-schools within the development.
Students and residents also can visit the Fort Bend County Library, opened in 2010 as the second largest in the county with a shelving capacity of 100,000 volumes. The library offers hardcover and paperback books, audio books on CD, music CDs and DVDs, with selections appropriate for infants to adults.