Humble ISD celebrated its Centennial during the 2018-2019 school year. Several special events were held across the district, including (1) unveiling of the district history archive website , (2) a district-wide Pep Rally, (3) a 100th Anniversary Celebration ("100 Years in the Making") at Turner Stadium with nationally-recognized Pastor Joel Osten (Humble High School) as the guest speaker, (4) 100 Years and 100 Days celebration at the campuses, (5) the unveiling of a Texas State Historical Marker, (6) Historical Dress-Up Days at the campuses, and (7) numerous campuses participating in the City of Humble Christmas Parade of Lights
Humble ISD History
Welcome to Humble ISD History
The Humble ISD History website is a repository of information on the district's past. Learn about issues the district faced in the early years, campus histories, biographies of school board members, and much more.
Planning for the Centennial
Three years worth of planning went into preparing for the district's 100th anniversary. Read more about the planning and preparation for the Centennial.
Charles Bender High School
Charles Bender High School served as the district's only high school 1930-1965. The City of Humble took it over in 2011 and renovated it into a Performing Arts Center. Read more about this remarkable building.
There have been 12 Superintendents for the Humble Schools starting in 1909. Read about all 12 Superintendents.
Did You Know?
There are many interesting facts about Humble ISD's history. Do you know who the first woman on the School Board was? Did you know Humble High School's 1st Principal was a woman? Read more on the Trivia page.
The 1916 Benefit Concert
The Humble Schools almost had to close two months early due to a shortage of state funds. A benefit concert was held to raise funds for the district from wealthy patrons in Houston. Read more about the 1916 Benefit Concert.
Humble ISD almost annexed North Forest ISD in the 1950s. Read more about the annexation in the 1950s Timeline
FACTS & FIGURES
sq. miles - Humble ISD covers 90+ square miles in the Lake Houston Area.
Average years of experience for teachers