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  • Humble ISD Summer Camps
    There are many camp opportunities for students this summer. Check out what is available at humbleisd.net/summercamps.

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  • Summer Reading
    For students attending AMS next school year, we are excited to release our summer reading information. Please visit our AMS library website for more information: humbleisd.net/ams-library Happy Reading!

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  • Yearbooks
    Our "Stranger Times" yearbooks have arrived! Online sales have closed, but if you would like to purchase one, they are $45, CASH ONLY (exact change preferred). Your child can come to room 206 to purchase one from Ms. Sullivan. Once they are sold out, there will be no way to purchase one. Also, if you missed out on last year's yearbook, we are running special pricing if you purchase BOTH books...you can purchase both last year's yearbook AND this year's yearbook for $70 total!

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  • Class of 2021 Senior Parade
    AMS invites our Class of 2021 alumni back for a Senior Parade on Tuesday, May 25, 3:00 p.m. Please wear your cap and gown. 

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AMS Highlights

  • UIL A+ Academics Invitational

    Congratulations to the following 6th and 7th grade Tigers on their outstanding performance at the UIL A+ Academics Invitational: Math - D. Brown 1st Chess - G. Hannsz 2nd Number Sense - G. Hannsz 3rd Social Studies - E. Soper 3rd Impromptu Speaking - N. Scott 2nd, A. Irvin-Smith 3rd Oral Reading - L. Soriano 1st, P. Kees 3rd Modern Oratory - J. Huckaby 1st, E. Patterson 3rd

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  • Battle of the Books

    AMS had two teams compete at the district-wide Battle of the Books competition. Books Anomaly (Abby Schwer, Ally Wengenroth, Kynzi Martinez, and Adelyn Rusli) made it to Round 2 and won Best Team Name. Expecto Patronum (Camryn Parrott, Jonathan Hark, and Aubrie MacDonald) were the Runners Up.

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  • AVID Site of Distinction

    AMS is one of five Humble ISD campuses named as AVID Schoolwide Sites of Distinction, a designation earned by only 7% of the AVID secondary campuses nationwide! Schoolwide Site of Distinction is the highest certification level earned by AVID campuses.

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FACTS & FIGURES

90+

sq. miles - Humble ISD covers 90+ square miles in the Lake Houston Area.

45,000

Students

6,500

Employees

44

Campuses

11

Average years of experience for teachers

16:1

Student/Teacher Ratio

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