• Kingwood High School
    2701 Kingwood Drive Kingwood, TX 77339
    281-641-6900 Fax: 281-641-7217 Grades: 9-12
    Kingwood High School is a Class Six-A comprehensive high school. Teachers, counselors, and administrators offer an individualized approach to learning and development. KHS is fully accredited by the Texas Education Agency, and the 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 winner of the Lone Star Cup. Kingwood High School opened in 1979, and has gone through several renovations over the years.
    Curriculum
    In order to meet each student's needs, courses are offered at varying levels of instruction: College Preparation, Honors, and Advanced Placement. An English class for identified Gifted and Talented is offered at each grade level. Contemporary career and technical education courses prepare students for immediate employment or continuing education. A highly developed program for special education students is available.
    High School Planning Guide
    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.

    School Hours
    First Bell 7:15 a.m. - 2:50 p.m. M, T, W, F

    First Bell 9:15 a.m. - 2:50 p.m. Thursdays
    Bell Schedules

    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 2019.
    This is the most recent report published by the Texas Education

    Enrollment & Demographics
    Enrollment
    (TAPR) 2,742
    Demographics: African American 3.6%; Hispanic 20.1%; White 69.3%; American Indian 0.4%; Asian 4.2%; Pac. Islander 0.3%; Two or more races 2.1%; Economically Disadvantaged: 12.0%: English Language Learners: 0.7%

    Rating &
    STAAR Scores


    2019 Accountability Rating: 
    https://txschools.gov/

    Scores below reflect 2018-19
    End of Course
    Campus
    English I
    90%
    English II
    92%
    Algebra I
    90%
    Biology
    98%
    U.S. History 99%
    Campus Reports

    TEA School Report Card 2018-19

    TAPR - Full Campus Report 2018-19

    Federal Report Card 2018-2019: pdf, online

    Campus Improvement Plan 
     
    Staff Information
    Total Staff:
    190.0
    Total Teachers: 155.5
    Teacher/Student Ratio: 17.6:1

    SAT & ACT
    Average Scores
    (Class of 2018)

    SAT:
    1208 (Reading, Writing, Mathematics)
    ACT:
    25.0

    School Information
    Uniforms: No;  School Colors: Navy Blue, Columbia Blue, & White;  Mascot: Mustang

    This information is taken from the TAPR (Texas Academic Performance Report) as reported by the
    Texas Education Agency.
    Humble ISD Public Information Office, 20200 Eastway Village Drive, Humble, TX 77347
    (281) 641-8200; Fax: (281) 641-1058
     

    01/2020