Humble High School
Humble High School Fast Facts
Humble High School enrolls students in grades 9-12 who follow minimum, recommended, or distinguished achievement programs as outlined by the Texas Education Agency in order to satisfy graduation requirements. Humble High School is fully accredited by the Texas Education Agency. Humble High School is also the designated International Baccalaureate School in Humble ISD. Students from all over the district who are enrolled in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program attend classes at HHS.
HHS, which opened originally as Charles Bender High School in 1929, became Humble High School in its present location on Wilson Rd. in 1965. The building, one of the district's two flagship high schools, completed extensive renovations in 2009 that have reorganized the school into smaller learning communities or houses to personalize student learning.
|Curriculum || |
Humble High School offers level, honors, advanced placement and gifted and talented classes. A strong academic program is complemented by an extensive vocational/technical curriculum along with a wide array of classes in music, art, theatre, speech, and athletics. The guidance counselors manage a comprehensive program to assist students in acquiring skills in the social, personal, educational and career areas necessary for living in a multi-cultural society.
High School Planning Guide
|Class Rank||Rank is determined by adding all grade points earned in grades 9 through the third nine weeks of the senior year. Transfer students receive credit for honors courses taken elsewhere if Humble ISD offers that course as honors. Honors, advanced placement, and gifted/talented classes carry one grade point higher on the grading scale than level courses.|
|7:25 a.m. - 2:50 p.m. Thursdays, 9:06 AM - 2:50 PM|
| Enrollment & Demographics, Test Scores and Ratings, and Staff Information |
comes from the most recent TAPR report, which was published in 2016.
This is the most recent report published by the Texas Education Agency
Enrollment & Demographics
|Enrollment (TAPR) 1,629 |
Demographics: African American 37.4%; Hispanic 47.9%; White 9%; American Indian 0.6%; Asian 1.9%; Pac. Islander 1.6%; Two or more races 1.7%; Economically Disadvantaged: 62.2% Limited English Proficient: 6.9%
2016 Accountability Rating: Met Standard
Distinction Designation: Postsecondary Readiness
|Campus Reports||TEA School Report Card 2015-16 |
Parent Satisfaction Survey 2015
|Staff Information ||Total Staff: 149.7|
Total Teachers: 112.8
Teacher/Student Ratio: 14.4:1
|SAT and ACT || |
SAT: 1282 (Reading, Writing, Mathematics)
|Uniforms: No; School Colors Purple & White; Mascot: Wildcats |
This information is taken from the TAPR (Texas Academic Performance Report) as reported by the
Texas Education Agency.
Humble ISD Public Information Office, 20200 Eastway Village Drive, Humble, TX 77347
(281) 641-8200; Fax: (281) 641-1058