Humble ISD is one of the few school districts in Texas that planned for and continues to offer a virtual learning option.
Humble ISD continues to provide a personalized approach to education. The district offers parents a choice of three different learning locations for their children:
Face-to-Face, in person, at school,
Virtual, with students learning completely from home, or
Virtual, with students coming to school for UIL classes and events and/or CTE (Career and Technical Education) classes and events.
Humble ISD will offer all three options as long as the district is permitted to do so under the Texas Education Code, Texas Education Agency (TEA) rules, University Interscholastic League (UIL) regulations, and Humble ISD Board Policies.
Humble ISD is committed to doing what is best for students and staff, regardless of how the state funds ADA (average daily attendance). If we must, the district will use fund balance and federal ESSER (Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief) funds to provide a virtual learning option to families.
Humble ISD will allow parents to request that their child's learning location be on campus, virtual, or virtual with UIL on campus.
Classes have been formed based upon parent requests submitted at the end of the school year, over the summer and during the fall semester. In order to provide the best school experience for all students, the district must monitor class sizes as enrollment numbers fluctuate. Students with medical conditions may qualify for homebound instruction. Families with extenuating circumstances prohibiting on campus instruction should contact their child’s principal.
Director of Early Learning Center &
Elementary Strategic Innovations
Middle & High School Contact
Please contact your student's counselor for more information on virtual learning.
Is virtual learning right for your family? Here are things to consider as you make your decision.
Middle & High
If you are considering the Virtual or Virtual + UIL/CTE Option, please read these Frequently Asked Questions regarding being a middle or high school virtual student.