Schools have been an important part of our county since its earliest days, and schools used to dot our hills in places where no schools stand today.

There were schools named for creeks, such as Turtle Creek School and Cypress Creek School; there were schools that served farming and ranching communities, like the Reservation School and the Divide School. Hunt, Ingram and Center Point all had schools, of course, as well as Kerrville.

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