Ross S. Sterling High School
Ross S. Sterling High School is a four-year public high school accredited by the Texas Education Agency. The October 2013 membership report shows that Sterling's ethnic breakdown includes 698 (30%) White students, 404 (17%) African-American students, 1135 (49%) Hispanic students, and 85 (4%) Asian-American, Indian and other students. Over 200 employees participate in providing instruction and support services to Sterling students.
Ross S. Sterling High School was built in 1966 to accommodate the growing population of the Baytown area. Sterling includes over 400,000 square feet and is located on 86.32 acres. The facility offers quick access to many of the city's main thoroughfares, residential areas, and shopping centers.
In addition, the East Annex, which has 35 classrooms, opened in August 2002. These classrooms house our freshman class making the building affectionately known on campus as “The Aquarium.”
Beginning with the Class of 2018, Sterling High School will house Goose Creek CISD’s premier Health Science Academy.