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Below is some general information about Channelview:

Channelview is a census-designated place in the U.S. state of Texas within the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown metropolitan area and Harris County. The population was 38,289 at the 2010 census. The Handbook of Texas describes Channelview as an oil refinery suburb of metropolitan Houston. Channelview, located at the point where the San Jacinto River forms the Old River, is south of Interstate 10 and the Missouri Pacific Railroad and 15 miles east of Downtown Houston.

Channelview was given its name since it is located on the northeastern curve of the Houston Ship Channel. The site of Channelview was home to Lorenzo de Zavala, one of the founding fathers of the Republic of Texas. During World War II the area south of Market to the Ship Channel, and what is now DeZavala St. to the tollway, was part of the U.S. Army Ordnance Depot. Channelview is also home to Houston Astros pitcher Chris Sampson and former outfielder Glenn Wilson. Another famous athlete to come out of Channelview is former Chicago Bears wide receiver Johnny Knox. He graduated class of 2005 from Channelview High School.

Most Channelview CDP residents are served by the Channelview Independent School District, which is headquartered in the CDP. Some residents are served by the Galena Park Independent School District, which is also headquartered in the Channelview CDP. Channelview ISD operates schools within the CDP. The district has one pre-K campus, six elementary schools, Cobb Elementary 6th Grade Center, Alice Johnson Junior High School, L.W. Kolarik 9th Grade Center, and Channelview High School. In addition CISD operates the Endeavor High School of Choice, an alternative high school. Sections of Channelview CDP in the Galena Park school district are zoned to schools outside of the Channelview CDP. The sections are divided between the attendance boundaries of Sam Houston Elementary School, and North Shore Elementary School, which are in the Cloverleaf CDP. All residents are zoned to Cobb 6th Grade Campus, North Shore Middle School in the Cloverleaf CDP, and North Shore Senior High School with two campuses in the Cloverleaf CDP.

Source: Channelview on Wikipedia