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  • Humble ISD Resumes Some Extracurricular Activities July 13
    The UIL announced this week that sports schedules will move forward as planned. With this announcement, Humble ISD has approved for high school strength and conditioning camps to resume on Monday, July 13, for the four sports where students compete near the beginning of the school year: cross country, football, tennis and volleyball. High school athletes in these four sports will be notified by coaches about camp schedules. Participation is optional. Details on Some Extracuricular Activites Resuming

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  • Back to School 2020
    Detailed information on the preliminary plans for back to school can be found on the Back to School 2020 website.

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  • Humble ISD Closed on Fridays for Summer Hours
    Humble ISD is closed on Fridays from June 1 - July 24. Hours of operation for the general public are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays, primarily served through email and telephone communication. Schools and offices are closed to walk-ins from the public at this time due to state requirements that limit group sizes and  interactions as part of COVID-19 precautions.

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  • Class of 2020 to Graduate at Turner Stadium
    Humble ISD looks forward to celebrating the Class of 2020 with in-person graduation ceremonies at 8 p.m. July 20-25 at Turner Stadium. The ceremony’s starting time has been updated from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Graduation dates, times, and FAQ's.

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  • New to District Online Enrollment Now Open
    New student online registration is now open for all grades. Returning students will complete an online Annual Update form beginning July 20. Guardians will receive an email for each student when Annual Update opens.

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  • Attention Seniors: Lone Star College Funding Opportunities
    Figuring out how to pay for college should not be an additional source of stress for graduating seniors. See how Lone Star College can help! 

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Programs

  • DAEP

    The Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (DAEP) is adopted by local policy for students in elementary through high school grades who are removed from their regular classes for mandatory or discretionary disciplinary reasons and placed in a DAEP.

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  • CAMBRIDGE

    The mission of Cambridge School is to provide a personalized learning community which focuses on the future of each student, by facilitating the acquisition of academic, behavioral, social, and transition skills necessary for success in traditional school and the community at large.

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  • PACE

    Program of Accelerated Education (PACE) is a drop out prevention program that is available to students who may be at risk of not graduating from high school.

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  • Early Learning

    Humble ISD has provided childcare services at the Community Learning Center’s (CLC) Early Learning Center for 20 years, and has built a comprehensive capacity for early learning education and childcare expertise.

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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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