Humble Middle School
Wilson Road Campus
The School Board accepted an offer of $73,000 for the purchase a 37-acre site on Wilson road on June 8, 1971. The land, owned by the Cities Service Oil Co., is an L-shape property adjacent to Humble High School.1
In July 1971, plans for the new intermediate school were approved by the school board. The new school would contain 100,000 square feet and some 30 classrooms.2
The construction contract of $1.68 million was awarded to Marshall Construction Co., Inc. of Houston. The building was designed by architect Dean Stubbe.3
The school board adopted the middle school plan: elementary grades 1-5, middle school grades 6-8, high school grades 9-12.4
The school board accepted the building as substantially complete on July 28, 1972.
- "District Near Purchase of 37-Acre School Building Site." Humble Echo. June 10, 1971.
- "Plans Approved for Intermediate School." Humble Echo. July 29, 1971.
- "$1.68 Million Contract Awarded for New Intermediate School. Humble Echo. August 26, 1971.
- "Middle School Plan Adopted." Humble Echo. March 30, 1972.