Houston Museum District
Katy ISD Campuses
Katy ISD is a flourishing suburban school district that encompasses 181 square miles in east Texas. Its eastern boundaries stretch to Houston's energy corridor approximately 16 miles west of downtown Houston and extend along Interstate 10 to a few miles west of the city of Katy.
In the 2009-10 school year, student enrollment has grown to more than 58,000 served by 52 schools - including six four-year high schools.
Rated as recognized by the Texas Education Agency, Katy ISD offers an outstanding instructional program with facilities, equipment and materials that are among the best in the state.
Katy Visual and Performing Arts Center
KVPAC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing arts-based education programs in Theater, Visual Arts & Music to children, teens and adults in the Katy and surrounding communities.
Orange Leaf Yogurt
Top 10 Venues for Children to Visit around Houston
Typhoon Texas Waterpark
One of the largest privately owned water park in US. It has five slide complexes and is located next to Katy Mills Mall.
YMCA at Cinco Ranch
Houston was a sleepy bayou town with a population of approximately 25,000 when a group of Houston businessmen met with a vision. The date was January 20, 1886 and these excited and determined individuals put plans together to bring a YMCA to Houston.
The YMCA began in rented quarters on Main Street in 1886. In 1907, the Y moved to its first permanent home at the corner of Fannin and McKinney. It was this site where the YMCA was housed for the next 34 years. From this location the YMCA taught thousands of Houston boys to swim, provided dormitory housing for young men coming to Houston to seek fortune, began formal adult education, and founded South Texas Junior College and South Texas School of Law. To add to the list of phenomenal programs and services, the Y also began serving young men in the military that traveled through Houston.