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Below is some general information about Garden Oaks:
Garden Oaks is a neighborhood in Houston, Texas. The neighborhood, located north of Houston Heights, was established in 1937 by Edward L. Crain. Oaks has many oak, pecan, and pine trees in and around the neighborhood. Several types of houses, including ranch-style houses and bungalows, are in the neighborhood. Garden Oaks was established in 1937 by Edward L. Crain. Around 1995 the population of children living in Garden Oaks was quickly growing. In 2010 Richard Connelly of the Houston Press said that Garden Oaks used to be an underrated neighborhood but now is on everyone’s radar.
The neighborhood is served by the Houston Independent School District. The community is within Trustee District I, represented by Natasha M. Kamrani as of 2008. Most residents are zoned to Garden Oaks Elementary School, while a few are zoned to Durham Elementary School. By 1995 a Montessori program established at Garden Oaks Elementary became popular in the neighborhood, and there were less spaces available than willing applicants. In 2010 Terry Grier, the superintendent of HISD, proposed making Garden Oaks an all-magnet school. As a result some parents protested the proposal. The proposal and the political debate divided the Garden Oaks community. All residents are zoned to Frank Black Middle School. Most residents are zoned to Waltrip High School, while some are zoned to Washington High School. Lutheran High School North, a private school, is in the area. Parochial Schools in the neighborhood include St. Ambrose and St. Rose of Lima, Catholic Elementary Schools, and St. Pius X High School.
Source: Garden Oaks on Wikipedia