Population and Survey Analysts (PASA) Demographic Study

  • UPDATE 2019

    Humble ISD asked PASA to provide an update for neighborhoods in the southern portion of the district, where we are building new schools. PASA provided us with student population projections by planning unit and then aggregated those planning units into the current attendance zones. The PASA update reflects children residing in neighborhoods, but does not take into consideration how special programs or transfers at schools impact enrollment. 

  • UPDATE 2020

    PASA provided an update in May 2020 that included the study of current student locations, potential growth based on new housing, trends occurring in student relocation patterns throughout the District, and economic factors relevant to both the District and the nation. PASA projects student data for a school district by using forwardlooking techniques and does not rely on past rates of change.

    Housing Projections, Ratios of Students per Household,Student Enrollment Projections, and Long Range Planning
    Chapter 1 - Introduction
    • Introductory materials comparing the District to surrounding districts
    • Economic data
    • Recent enrollment trends by grade

    Chapter 2 - Housing Projections
    • Planning Unit maps
    • Maps and spreadsheets of projected housing occupancies – both single- and multifamily – for the 10-year timeframe
    • Maps containing aerial imagery and data on parcels, subdivisions, and multi-family complexes

    Chapter 3 - Current Students
    • Counts of current students per occupied single-family and multi-family home
    • Geocoded students in map and spreadsheet form
    • Recent trends in students by existing development
    • Private and Charter school enrollment estimates

    Chapter 4 - Student Projections
    • Three scenarios of Districtwide, grade level growth: Low Growth, Moderate Growth, and High Growth
    • Charts containing projections by Planning Unit, based on the Moderate Scenario of Growth
    • Maps detailing the projections by Attendance Zone
    • Charts of current transfers by attendance zone
    • Maps and charts detailing the projected student population compared to the capacity of each facility