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Click the Annual Fund "One ask... Many Thanks!" logo above to visit the AMS Annual Fund page! 

AMS now has an official Facebook Page to stay connected with parents, students, staff, and community members! Click the link above to stay connected with AMS through Facebook!   



 Click the Tiger Tales picture above for archived Tiger Tales Newsletters! 

Red Ribbon Week 10/27-10/31

Click here to learn about Red Ribbon Week

Monday – “Wacky Tacky” – Wear mismatched clothes

Tuesday – Wear RED”to show you are drug free!

Wednesday -- "Team up against drugs!" -- wear your favorite team's jersey/shirt

Thursday -- "Give drugs the slip!" -- wear slippers

Friday – "Put a cap on drugs!"  -- wear a hat

 Quest Early College High School invites ALL middle school 8th grade students and parents to Quest Information Night Tuesday, October 28, 2014 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM. come join us to learn more about


·         Earning up to 60 credit hours of college credit or about two years of college at no cost while

·         Earning a high school diploma. Plus, the chance to earn an associate degree before graduating high school -- for FREE.

·         Challenging classes and being a college student while in high school.

·         Attending high school on a college campus - come and sees for yourself.

·         Increasing chances for scholarships - In 2010, ten early colleges graduated students who collectively earned $5.6 million in scholarships. The article from the Texas Education Agency with more information about the award of these scholarships is on our website.

·         Enhancing college applications -- being identified as an early college student stands out to colleges, because they know early college students work hard to earn college credit during high school.

·         Earning hours of service learning to add to your college application -- the number of volunteer hours earned at Quest is impressive as it is part of our curriculum.

·         Things to consider in middle school that will benefit you when applying to Quest.


Visit our website at If you Still have questions Please? Call Sondra Spencer at 832-775- 0865 or email


The AMS Amazing Race begins this week!  The mode of transportation is not a taxi, camel, or rickshaw....but a DODGE CHARGER!!!  Recognition goes to Texan Dodge for sponsoring race transportation.  Thanks to Brett Campbell, Tom Huberty, and Jonell Tomas-Haiola, part of the Texan Dodge Team!

REFLECTIONS 2014/2015 - How would you like to show how “THE WORLD WOULD BE A BETTER PLACE IF..” by a painting or drawing, writing short stories or poems, take photographs, composing music, choreograph dances, or film your own movies? Then PTA has an awesome opportunity for you to showcase your talents & creativity through the Reflections Program here at AMS.   Students may submit one or more entries in a single or multiple categories. All qualified entries will receive a ribbon from the AMS PTA. Entries that advance to the Council, State, or National PTA levels are eligible to receive additional recognition and awards from those divisions. All entries are due by Wednesday, November 12th.  Go to the AMS PTA website for more information:


NEW!  Parents can now subscribe to email alerts from Home Access Center for Attendance and Course Averages.  Parents MUST “opt-in” to receive these updates from HAC.  This is a great way to track grades without having to log into HAC!

1.     Log into Home Access Center.

2.     Click My Alerts on the left menu.

3.     Check the box for Attendance. You will receive an email at 4:00 p.m. each Monday if any attendance has been recorded for your student during the previous week. You may limit the alerts to specific absence codes by clicking the link and selecting certain codes.

4.     Check the box for Course Average. Set the thresholds as you wish. We will send a weekly alert each Monday at 4:00 p.m. In the example below, the parent will receive an email alert when the student’s average falls below 75% in any class or when the student’s average is above 90% in any class.








  • Textbooks
    At AMS, students now have access to their textbooks online. We will no longer be distributing books, for students, to take home. If a student wants to have a textbook, for a specific subject, a parent/guardian will need to CLICK HERE to fill out a textbook request. Students who request a hard copy textbook will only be issued a textbook for social studies and Spanish 1. Math and science classes have student books that remain in the classroom.
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    Sign up to receive text messages regarding AMS!  Text  @amstig to 832-653-4473.   
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    Do you shop at Kroger or Target? Click HERE to find out how a percentage of your purchases cango back to AMS!  Every penny counts in education!
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    Click the link above to visit the AMS online payment center.  Purchase spirit items, marquee messages & pay class fees
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    Each Thursday during 3rd period your child will take part in a Tiger Time lesson.  Please review the first 6 pages of the Agenda Book with your child, then initial each section to show you've reviewed it with your child.
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     color run
    Mark your calendars and SAVE THE DATE for Saturday, February 28th. AMS will be holding its first ever Color-A-Thon Walk/Run. A fantastic family event promoting fitness and fun with the entire family! The event will be open to all community members!  More information coming soon!  Click HERE to view the color run video!
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