• Summer Creek High School
    14000 Weckford Blvd. Houston, TX 77044
    Tel: 281-641-5400; Fax: 281-641-5417

    Summer Creek High School is located on 67 acres of land in the Spring Trace Development on the southwest side of Beltway 8, near the extension of W. Lake Houston Parkway. This is an excellent location for this facility to address future growth in the southern portion of the District.

    The campus includes approximately 435,000 square feet to house a comprehensive, 9th through 12th grade high school for 3,200 students; athletic facilities and playing fields, auditorium, natatorium, career and vocational education facilities, food court and learning resource center; parking for students, staff and visitors.

    School Hours
    First Bell 7:15 a.m. - 1:55 p.m. M, T, W, Th, F
    Tutoring/Activities or 8th Period 1:55 - 2:55 p.m. T, W, Th
    Bell Schedules

    High School Planning Guide
    Humble ISD Advanced Academics
    Humble ISD Teaching & Learning
    Humble ISD Calendars and Dates
    Parent/Student Handbook and Code of Conduct

    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.

    Attendance Areas & Bus Routes
    Attendance zones and bus routes are listed on Infofinderi.com
    Transportation Department 281-641-8720.

    Enrollment & Demographics, Test Scores and Ratings, and Staff Information
    comes from the most recent TAPR report, which was published in 2020.
    This is the most recent report published by the Texas Education Agency.
    Test Scores are from the last year available (2019).

    Enrollment & Demographics
    Enrollment, (TAPR)  2,657
    Demographics: African American 42.0%; Hispanic 35.5%; White 16.4%; American Indian 0.1%; Asian 3.6%; Pac. Islander 0.3%; Two or more races: 2.1%; Economically Disadvantaged 40.2%; English Language Learners: 4.5%

    Rating & STAAR Scores
    2019 Accountability Rating: https://txschools.gov/

    Scores below reflect last year available 2018-19

    End of Course Campus
    English I
    English II
    Algebra I
    U.S. History 93%

    Campus Reports
    TEA School Report Card 2019-20
    TAPR - Full Campus Report  2019-20
    Federal Report Card 2019-20: pdf, online
    Campus Improvement Plan

    Staff Information
    Total Staff: 193.6
    Total Teachers: 149.7
    Teacher/Student Ratio: 17.7:1

    SAT & ACT Average Scores
    (Class of 2019)
    SAT: 1017 (Reading, Writing, Mathematics)
    ACT: 19.7 Composite

    School Information
    SCHS opened in 2009 with and had its first graduating class in 2012.
    Uniforms: No
    School Colors: Maroon & Gold
    Mascot: Bulldog

     This information is taken from the TAPR (Texas Academic Performance Report) as reported by the
    Texas Education Agency.

    Humble ISD Public Communications Office, 10203 Birchridge Drive, Humble, TX 77338

    (281) 641-8200; Fax: (281) 641-1058