Partnership and Sponsor Opportunities within CCISD
Clear Creek ISD is fortunate to be supported by a community committed to educational excellence for all children. We are equally privileged to have a strong philanthropic network to fill-in where tax dollars do not reach. We thank our community members for believing giving to our schools is the best return on their investment.
If your business or organization is interested in any of the programs listed, or would like other options with a close tie to your region or industry, please contact us at 281-284-0029.
CLEAR HORIZONS EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL is an innovative program at CCISD where highly motivated and capable students can earn their college associates degree by the time they are handed their high school diploma. Once enrolled in the Early College High School, CCISD students become members of the San Jacinto College student-body. This educational opportunity is perfect for students on the fast-track or for those who may not be able to afford a four year college. We are seeking businesses interested in sponsoring a student’s college experience. For more information on how to sponsor a Clear Horizons student, contact the Office of Communications at 281-284-0029.
THE CLEAR CREEK EDUCATION FOUNDATION
The Clear Creek Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which raises funds in support of the Clear Creek Independent School District. The CCEF's current endowment priorities are:
- Innovative Instructional Grants for academic enrichment programs for students in math, science, language arts, history and technology.
- Clear Horizons Early College High School. This campus allows students to obtain their high school diploma while simultaneously earning an associates degree.
- Career Exploration Labs to assist students with synergistic computer modules that provide virtual reality experiences in math, science, technology and engineering careers.
- National Board Teacher Certification to assist teachers in achieving the most rigorous and highest designation by the United States Department of Education.