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Katy, TX
Students enrolled: 3,577
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9251 South Fry Road
Katy, TX 77494

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(281) 237-2800
(281) 644-1785
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September 05, 2014
This school is big yes, crowded yes, and most kids come from well off families. I would also have to agree that the students have given this school it marks, freshman teachers are the worst, but so far sophomore teachers seem better. Principle has no idea what's happening in his school for instance he has a health teacher that is late to class pretty much every single day, and then leaves early and skips classes, no one seems to care. Football rules any other sports take back seat to use of facilities, no one seems to care. This is not school specific but if your kids don't play the sport competitive team outside of school it's hard to make varsity sports in Texas. The downsize of such a competitive academic school is that the top 30% of this school sophomore class has 4.0 GPA or higher with a 4.2 u are in the bottom of the top 25%, which this is not a teacher given, the students work their tails off for it, hours of studying and homework every night. Best advice for parents if you want them to attend this school their freshman year, they need to take band, theatre, and participate in sports all through junior high. Everything is more competitive in Texas!

- submitted by a parent
August 06, 2014
Cultural diversity and positive challenging environment. Due to the nature of my job my family is used to relocate every 2~3yrs, so my kids have been in numerous schools around the world and this enables us to compare. This is definitely a GREAT school that despite its size and the size of its population they do an excellent job at start preparing kids for their next step in college. Isn't that what you look for in a high school anyway?

- submitted by a parent
May 30, 2014
This is an outstanding school. I have to laugh at the whiners on here who complain about it being too competitive or the students being stuck up. We moved here during my son's sophomore year and he made friends very quickly (and we are far from rich). He is a B average, academic level student who for the most part, has really liked his teachers. Over the last two years he has gotten involved in a number of extracurricular organizations and made many great HS memories. The people complaining on this site would probably complain no matter where they attended.

- submitted by a parent
May 22, 2014
This school is good preparation for college and the work place. It offers a variety of classes and elective options. The music programs are EXCELLENT. While some may feel it is too competitive, I would argue the kids learn they are not entitled to any free passes. I would agree there is a big disparity between the accelerated and regular academic classes, no one can argue that an "average student" should be able to make good grades in the latter classes. My oldest child is graduating from Seven Lakes in two weeks and my second oldest child will be graduating this coming year. While no school is perfect, if you are looking for a high school in Katy, TX it is the best.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2014
I feel compelled to let other people know that this school is not all it's cracked up to be! I was aware prior to enrolling my son that the school was competitive. That's fine, for those that want that. However, for those kids who are just "regular", this school doesn't have a place for them. Really. Everything, and I mean everything is a competition. From buying a parking pass, to volunteering, to actually hoping to try a sport or extracurricular. If you aren't already great at it, forget it! It has not been a good school experience for us! It should not be ranked 9 out of 10. Maybe at one point it was a "great" school, but it has lost its way and needs to have a wake up call! Seven Lakes needs to remember that they are a HS, not a college. They are a school for all kids, not just super bright, super talented, super athletic ones. We are counting down the days until summer!

- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2014
So it's my first day at seven lakes and I walk in thinking everyone's nice and this school will be great. That's what they told me so I believe them. Well I really wish I took back that thought right after 1st period. After a while I started to notice that you have to either be a something to be noticed in this school. In this school you have to be in a sport, club, or have outstanding academic achievements to be considered a somebody. If your not like someone else your invisible to EVERYONE including the teachers. Not to mention there are so many kids in one class room the teachers have barely anytime for one on one with a student. Everyone in this school is rich and snobby and it's so annoying. So if your thinking of bringing your kid here, good luck.

- submitted by a community member
March 14, 2014
School Building/Facilities: Awful, jail like with no windows, and 4000 students crammed into a quarter mile area. Teachers: Uncommitted and bored due to the over-emphasis on "teaching to the test" Students: Extremely diverse and multi-cultural, very globally aware with students from every corner of the world Demographics: >95 % above the $150k family income bracket, but little elitism to be found Acheivement: Statistics show that SLHS has incredible academic acheivement in the state of Texas, and decent athletic as well Overall: It is a school where the ratings and adornments have little to do with the actual atmosphere. The reality is that this school is hyper-competitive, and too much emphasis is placed on standardized testing. What makes it amazing, however, is the incredible community spirit and student acceptance- It is the highly educated backgrounds from which they come that defines their success, not the inefficient administration of Katy ISD.

- submitted by a student
February 13, 2014
This school (SLHS) is the most stuck up, snobby, close minded school I have ever attended. The kids are bullies, insecure, and so unaccepting to anyone who isn't like they are. I wouldn't recommend this school to anyone. They will flat out lie to you to think that you are going in to a great, fun, accepting school, then after a while, you will see how "nice" the kids are. The teachers will do practically anything to make sure you get an A. Obviously because it's kA+y isd... This place is horrible. Everyone acts like they are better than everyone else while being so insecure that they have to dress the same. They have 4 lunches starting at 10:48 and the last lunch ends at 12:43 because of the almost 4,000 kids that go there. Don't plan on driving to school either there is a waiting list, even for seniors who have priority over everyone. Don't go here... The only reason I gave it a star is because you have to.

- submitted by a student
November 06, 2013
These school grounds are probably the best you will ever find anywhere in a public school. At a cot to tax payers of more than $70Million, I am sure you can imagine, there is nothing more you can ask for from a building. Only if buildings made for good schools. Well it doesn't. Evidently standard tests and an inordinate amount of homework does. this place is just plane cold, and yes student writers, I have read your comments, and I understand what you mean. Even as a parent I am given the brush off on many occasions, I can only imagine how my son feels. Now let me say this. If your child is a self starter...motivated, and just gets it with all of their classes, where studying is just second nature, and passing tests is a breeze, then this is the school for you and your child. I have one of those too...and he does well. I also thoguh have a very creative, free thinker, who struggles, and finds studying a chore...for this son, I have to bolster the curriculum with tutors, encouragement, and just plane roll up your sleeves parenting. This school is not cut out for this type of student...it is a factory, and run a foul od the cookie cutter student, and you will be run over!

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2013
Although the School is still overcrowded by the rapid development of the Katy area (even with Tompkins HS already open), the school is academically excellent, and challenge its students to look for the best learning experience. I'm very happy that my son (already in his senior year) is part of SLHS. His academic preparation and hard work earn him access to be invited to the best Universities/colleges nationwide, and also to receive letters for merit scholarships. SLHS is really engaged in preparing the students to be easily admitted on almost any college, and even with only 8 years since opened; it already earned a well deserved fame among top colleges due the excellent academic preparation of its students. So for those people that don t pursue this goal, SLHS could be hard academically, sure, but as a parent, I can t see any better place to prepare students for university live.

- submitted by a parent
September 30, 2013
First off, the only reason that this school deserves 2 stars is because of the incredible openness/acceptance and community spirit- On part of the students. You find people from around the world, literally from everywhere, and this enables students to be open-minded and culturally educated. But as a school, SLHS is simply awful. They try to portray themselves as an "award winning", "academically excellent" environment but it is hyper-competitive and negative. In reality, it is simply a badly-run, poorly-designed, school with tons of money and really smart students (not due to the school). Impossible to make friends because of the huge size. Uninterested/unmotivated teaching staff, and over-the-top emphasis on standardized testing and constant studying. 99% of students come from the upper-middle class, 175k + income bracket, highly educated parents, and this is what defines the school, not Katy ISD. Sure, it looks good on paper but you have to dig deep to see the true ugly underneath.

- submitted by a student
September 26, 2013
I moved to the Katy area in the middle of my freshman year, i am now a junior. it was hard to adjust academically. i moved from NY where the passing grade was a 65 or above and here at Seven lakes it is 70 or above which i think is outrageous. The mandatory classes they make you take here do not match up with other states. when i came in the end of November i was put into World History which is a sophomore class. it was also Pre-AP and they refused to let me switch out because I came after the first 6 weeks. Another thing, i had missed almost a month of school and even at the academic levels, the curriculum moves a a very fast pace. The fall semester finals were just a mere 3 weeks a way when i moved here and i was expected to take all of them and know the material like the back of my hand. I went to every single tutorial but beyond that it was in my hands. i studied every night but on top of learning new material in class and the old material it was next to impossible. However aside from the extremely high competitive academics, the student body is very nice and diverse. the only problem is people are very judgmental. i had to make myself presentable in order to make friends.

- submitted by a student
September 15, 2013
This school, just like the entire Katy ISD creates a lot of hype about its rating. And keeping its official rating is all Katy ISD cares about. As parents you should ask yourself a question if this rating really matters to you when your child will be attending a school that is overcrowded , understaffed and does not even provide your child with textbooks when they get short. Would you want your child to study in a mobile home classroom since the school is out of space? Or do you think your child will get sufficient teacher's attention at SLHS that has roughly 1 teacher for every 40 students and during dismissals your child would have to navigate through stampede in the hallways of SLHS? Beware also that there have been recent cases of students bringing weapons to schools and suicidal students at Katy ISD. Do not make a mistake we did and find a better place to live. Or if you really want to live in Katy, settle where new schools are built.

- submitted by a parent
August 14, 2013
Great school. Put Greater Houston Area on national stage through their awesome Scioly acievements (6th in 2013). Teachers, students and parents work together to get the result. Right place to be for my kid.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2013
I graduate in 08 and I loved SLHS. I was the first class to graduate and transferred my sophomore year because the school I attended my freshman year was a nightmare. SLHS immediately felt like home. The teachers were nice, the students were great, and I loved the administration. When I had my leg surgery everyone helped me to make sure I didn't get behind. I hope to come back and work here and give back to a school who gave so much to me.

- submitted by a community member
October 23, 2012
Seven Lakes High is a medium good High School, but not too great. There are some awesome teachers for Comp Sc, French, Geography etc. However the school earned it's name and fame by the students and their parent involvement. Some teachers who have no teaching interest or abilities are being hired here. Like the retired Chiropractor who does not teach well at all, but makes Biology a nightmare for the kids inspite of their interest and hardwork. Even the Math teachers hardly teach but give lots of homework to the kids(which he does not care to check but gives 100%), and since the parents are very much involved and commiteed to their children's studies these kids are able to learn from their parents make good grades.

- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2012
It is undeniable that SL is a big school, however I really enjoy the diversity & fact that the large atmosphere ensures that everyone fits in somewhere. The teachers do a really great job of making the classes feel smaller, & teaching to the needs of a large population. Classes actually tend to be an average size (24 kids) w/ the occasional class of 30. There is a lot that goes on to really help prepare you for college & the tutoring program at SL gives students ample opportunities to get help & easily work around clubs/team commitment. The large atmosphere also serves as motivation for students to truly work hard at what they love & develop a true dedication for what they do. SL offers some of the widest variety of courses & has some of the top teams in the state and nation (and an on the rise National ranking Science Olympiad team) as well as some of the best standardized testing scores. The campus is beautiful & kept in top condition and the community is very involved in the lives & welfare of the students. SL has a great atmosphere that gives students who want it a challenge & an outlet to shine students develop amazing work ethic & stamina. It truly is a school for the best.

- submitted by a student
January 27, 2012
The classes are crowded. The teachers & counselors are overworked and underpaid. So quality of education is not very good. The school does well because kids are from famillies that take interest in their child's development. The teachers will often place questions on exams that require subject knowledge which is not covered in class. This practice can result in bright kids who do their homework and understand the material in getting low grades. For example, we have a child who was getting Cs and low Bs in algebra and geometry, so we thought he did not have aptitude for mathemematics. However, when he took the SAT at the end of sophomore year, it turned out he was nationally in the top 5% in mathematics. So, now we simply ignore what the teachers and their grades and pay attention to the standardized test scores. Now we help our child pick classes based on standardized test scores rather than school grades. If you want your kids to do well academically, put them in summer programs and get them private tutoring etc. This is important because a lot of colleges rely on these GPAs to give admission in colleges.

- submitted by a parent
April 18, 2011
I moved to Glen Meadows so that my child could attend a hgih quality Middle School and Hig School. I am happy that I did and chose for my child to attend Seven Lakes after Beck Jr. HS. The quality of education will really prove valuable toward getting him into a good college and a start in life.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2011
I guess the first thing you should know is that the school is huge, we've got almost 4000 people attending, I know a lot of people are into the closeness of a small class, but to me it doesn't really matter, I see a complete stranger in my school everyday, people I've been in the same school with all year and I've never seen them before, but it's no biggie, other than that graduating from this school is prestigious, sure the classes can be kind of hard, but we make the best test scores in the state, and colleges accept many of our students. And when you hit second semester of junior year, having that kind of high school background doesn't hurt. I'm ot very school spirited, I don't go to games or anything like that, but a lot of people do. The teachers are alright, all very intelligent people, students are ehh, they tend to group together and hardly ever break away from that group, the freshman are very separated from the rest of the school, they're very much less respected, but in my eyes that's good, you've got to make it through your first year to earn that respect. I feel that this is a school for the best, and that those who go here will receive many opportunities in life.

- submitted by a student
November 06, 2010
As a student there for 2 and a half years I can testify that it is a cold environment to put a student in. Not only is it overpopulated by thousands(which makes it impossible to get to know everyone) but it is very competitive in sports and theater, so much so that if your child is not in the top 20....(out of 3000) they will not get on the team or in the play. This is not a school to develop your child's abilities in anything but academics, which is ultimately unsatisfying. All schools in Katy are built upon an identical 'award winning' school facility design. I went to summer school to get ahead one year...the other school was identical except that it's main color was purple instead of blue. All students smoke marijuana because there is nothing to do in Katy. Neighbors seldom talk to each other if ever.

- submitted by a student
June 24, 2010
I think SL is a great school. I will be a senior next year and am in all AP classes. I can't speak about the academic classes, but the teachers who teach AP courses are wonderful, dedicated professionals. This past year I had Mr. Irish for APUSH and Mrs. Stauffer for AP Lang. Both were passionate and dedicated. Great school.

- submitted by a student
May 15, 2010
moving from out of state to the houston area it is extremely difficult with all the choices of subdivisions and top schools. if i'd known more about seven lakes the home search would have been much quicker. cannot tell you how thankful we are to have landed in the seven lakes district. beautiful school, well run, excellent teachers, staff, volunteers, coaches, incredible facilities, opportunity abounds to all. It's obvious students get involved, they love their school and show pride. seven lakes is doing it right and making a positive difference in our children and community. they are recognized and appreciated.

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2010
Good day, today I had a communication with my son and I said how happy he is studying at Seven Lakes, I deeply thank all his team: managers, teachers, facilitators and students for all the effort you make to be excellent daily. lesdeseo thanks and much success. from Nueva Esparta - Venezuela

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no rating January 29, 2010
i'm a junior at this highschool and i've been going here since freshman year. after junior high, the adjustment was naturally hard but they make a huge effort to help students, and mrs whitbeck (soon to be dr) does everything she can. the staff is so encouraging and they want you to do well. some teachers in the past gave off the ~i'm doing this for the money solely~ impression but never have i gotten that at seven lakes. we're a v e r y diverse group of students, and through all our differences we all seem to join together. the best part is that our say is valid, just a few weeks ago we got to put down our suggestions and the assistant principals read them, and even gave us feedback which actually worked to our advantage! amazing in all aspects, you learn a lot academically and through life lessons

- submitted by a student
December 15, 2009
Seven Lakes is as fantastic a high school as can be plausibly found. Originally a move-in, I was reluctant to accept 7L as a sophomore. However, after the past three years as a spartan, I can hardly believe the affiliation I have found with this school. The teachers are all knowledgeable, but more than that, they are passionate. In all honesty, as a senior I can attest that I have not encountered a single class which I did not find beneficial or intriguing, nor a teacher who failed to go beyond the requirements. The campus itself is well-maintained and the atmosphere is open and positive. Seven Lakes also focuses on its extra-curriculars: award-winning Fine Arts Department (theater, visual arts, music), state-champion academic teams (Academic Decathlon, UIL, FBLA) and a plethora of opportunities for students to excel (college visits, summer programs, scholarship bulletins). I would recommend this school to any new family.

- submitted by a student
no rating October 22, 2009
My child is junior at Seven Lakes. He is an average student that gets the help he needs when he asks for it. Pre-AP classes were too much for him but academic classes are not enough. I wish there was something in between. There is a terrific sense of community at SLHS and Ms. Whitbeck and the office staff are terrific. In sophomore year he had three different science teachers in the first six weeks and just recently his pre-calc class was combined with the other pre calc class. There are now thirty students in his math class. This is all due to rapid growth. I am happy with most of his teachers but if your child can handle the pre and AP classes, go for it. Overall I am very happy with 7L but am a little nervous about core class sizes.

- submitted by a parent
October 13, 2009
Great Teachers, Principals and other staff, who are dedicated to enhance learning and success in life skills.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2009
Having attended a top private school before attending SLHS, I was at first skeptical of the quality of education at Seven Lakes when I started attending, but I was quickly proven wrong. The AP program is mind blowing and boasts some of the best teachers in the state. Parent involvement and safety are extraordinary and directly affect the high caliber of the academic programs. I take all AP and PreAP classes at this school and have had teachers that have changed my life. If you think of any particular extracurricular activity to join, you can rest assured that SLHS will have an award winning team or club to match it. The school is VERY ethnically diverse and has students from every part of the world. The first rate facility itself has an atmosphere that facilitates learning. I probably can't rave enough.

- submitted by a student
no rating September 24, 2009
I am in the middle of my junior year at SLHS and I absolutely love this school. I play soccer and I am in the choir. The entire school's atmosphere is so relaxed which makes for a much easier work place. Everyone should have the privilage to go to Seven Lakes.

- submitted by a student
September 15, 2009
Best school ever; Great education Go Spartans

- submitted by a student
no rating September 14, 2009
The teachers and administration seem at odds with one another. My son is in classes that are lacking text books but we are so glad they were able to get the astroturf on the field. Seems the priorities are out of order. As for sports, this school draws in some of the best kids in the area and we can't win more than a couple of football games a year. The place is more superficial than successful.

- submitted by a parent
June 14, 2009
I just finished up my sophomore year at Seven Lakes and must say that this school is one of a kind. In comparison to neighbor Cinco Ranch High School, Seven Lakes is less demanding out of students, but we learn just as much, if not more. One of the things I love about this school is that most of the teachers really care and want you to learn and come for help if you need it. Teachers offer weekly tutorials and are happy to help those who want to learn. There are many clubs to get involved in (I am a current member of six) and sports are mildly fantastic, even though I don't play sports. Students are friendly and there are very few cliques and bullies that I know of. Principals are lacking, though, and some rules are rarely enforced. Overall, I LOVE SLHS and would never trade it in.

- submitted by a student
June 09, 2009
Fantastic high school. Known in the district for its strong, challenging academic program. We've been very happy with the education our children are receiving here. College ought to be a breeze after the rigors of Seven Lakes!

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February 13, 2009
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February 06, 2009
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- submitted by a student
November 17, 2008
There is only one word to describe Seven Lakes - Amazing! The academics are top notch, the fine arts program is amazingly good and sports are a huge focus. Teachers are so dedicated and most of them are very experienced as they were hired from other school districts and transferred from other KISD schools. The administration is great. The best part is that everyone has their place, and is pushed to excel in whatever they are good at. Lots of clubs, sports, organizations, etc. and great student diversity. Lots of parent involvement. There is nothing below average at SLHS and it's better than Cinco Ranch HS in my opinion!

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October 21, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
October 14, 2008
Seven Lakes is school of opportunity. There are many clubs to join and I like that it offers, like at other schools in the KISD career courses. Students can have a first hand learning experience and prepare for their future career(Health Science Technology, Culinary Arts, etc.) I'm happy to be a current student of Seven Lakes.

- submitted by a student
October 06, 2008
it is a really good school, but if you are in athletics, the trainers suck!! so always go to the doctor, not the trainers, they have no clue what theyre doing. but overall i love the school. it feels very cool to be in the 2nd graduating class and i love how the teachers actually care about us.

- submitted by a student
no rating September 17, 2008
I was part of the first graduating class of Seven Lakes High School this past June. Seven Lakes was (from a student point of view) by far the best high school I could have ever gone too. The teachers at Seven Lakes (overall) had a passion for us kids and they taught us everything they knew. Everyone at 7L treated us students with respect and it was always a lot of fun. Seven Lakes is well rounded both for academics and extracurricular activities. The Fine Arts department is amazing as well as the athletic department. You can't go wrong at Seven Lakes :)

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August 05, 2008
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April 15, 2008
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January 11, 2008
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- submitted by a student
January 05, 2008
I have a senior and a freshman at Seven Lakes High School...and a 6th grader who'll be coming up soon. I was a tough sell, but the administration (principal and assistant principals), the support staff (counselors, front office, attendance, clinic) and faculty have consistently gone above and beyond my expectations. This is a safe, wholesome environment in which to raise your teens (compared to the rest of the world!).

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November 11, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
September 20, 2007
The parent involvement in the school is high. The school is a great place for a student, it is challenging and provides the opportunity to make a large variety of friends. The only problem is that my son always comes home swamped with homework. Other then that it is great, my son will be completing his junior year in Seven lakes. I

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September 18, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2007
I love this school! The administration puts students first. The teacher make learning interesting and fun. I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to participate in volunteering at 7 Lakes. The front office staff is always helpful and friendly. My students enjoy their extracurricular activities even though it is hard work!

- submitted by a parent
September 12, 2007
I love this place, really safe and a great learning facility.

- submitted by a student
no rating September 11, 2007
First rate school, excellent administration and teachers. Students are held to high academic standards.

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July 25, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2007
Wonderful! We have had very positive experiences at SLHS. I'm so glad that this is where my son goes to school.

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2006
Great school! The facility is so beautiful...Teacher and coaches really care about their students....It is an awesome school!

- submitted by a parent
August 14, 2006
We have travelled alot in our sons school career. He is a Junior this year. What a wonderful staff and facility. I am so proud of all administration. This school should be a model for all High Schools!

- submitted by a parent
June 13, 2006
Seven Lakes has just completed its inaugural year with 9th and 10th grade. Next year, they will add another grade. SLHS is a wonderful school, with bright students that are talented not only in academics, but athletics and music as well. Most of the families that are zoned to this school are in the upper-middle class, educated, with a high percentage working in the oil/gas fields. The principal is a ball of fire and does her best to motivate the students and make going to school not only educational, but enjoyable as well.

- submitted by a parent
March 13, 2006
I love this new school. This is my son's first year in High School and I was very happy to find out that they were only going to have 9th and 10th grade this year and it will give my son a chance to adapt to High School.

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Seven Lakes High School
9251 South Fry Road, Katy, TX  77494
(281) 237-2800
Last modified Seven Lakes High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Seven Lakes High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 62 reviews. Top