Fall Creek is within the Humble Independent School District and is served by Fall Creek Elementary School, located within the community, Woodcreek Middle School and Summer Creek High School.

Recognized by the Texas Education Agency, the Humble ISD enjoys an excellent reputation among Texas public school systems. A number of factors contribute to the district's prominence, including an overall student-teacher ratio of 15.3 to 1. Teachers in the Humble ISD have an average of 10.5 years of experience and nearly 28 percent of them hold advanced degrees. Statistics on students are equally impressive, with nearly 23 percent of students taking advanced courses and more than 76 percent taking SAT and ACT college placement tests and easily outscoring their peers on regional, state and national levels. Approximately 85 percent of students say they plan to continue their education following graduation.

Student enrollment currently totals more than 37,000 and is spread among 40 schools guided by more than 2,300 teachers. The district also has a school where qualified students can earn both a high school diploma and an associate's degree or up to two years of credit toward a bachelor's degree simultaneously. A Career and Technology Education Center (CATE) offers a variety of programs to prepare students for high-tech careers, including engineering, computer technology, pharmacy and nursing. Kingwood College also holds classes at the center. A computer network links all campuses within the district.

Gifted/talented education is provided for all grades and advanced placement and honors classes are available. Extensive special education services are available for children with disabilities.

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