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  • Humble ISD Plans July Graduation Ceremonies
    Wearing a cap and gown, graduating in front of family, is a treasured memory throughout life! Humble ISD is committed to providing a graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020. While graduation cannot be held on Saturday, May 23, at NRG Stadium, we are planning to hold graduation in July if permitted. Read about the plans.

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  • Online Learning Continues for 2019-2020
    Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order issued on April 17, 2020, will keep classrooms closed to students throughout Texas for the remainder of the school year as part of a larger plan to protect public health. Humble ISD schools will continue to provide online learning for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. In addition, the district will continue to offer carry-out meals for children. More Information

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  • Grading March 30 - May 29, 2020
    The 4th nine-week grading period begins on Monday, March 30. Update on grading policy. En español

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  • Dual Credit Summer Academy 2020 Online
    Dual Credit Summer Academy 2020 will be online and taught by Lone Star College-Kingwood faculty. If you have already registered, the deadline to make changes is Monday, May 4. More details on Dual Credit Summer Academy Online

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  • Attention Seniors: Lone Star College Funding Opportunities
    Figuring out how to pay for college should not be an additional source of stress for graduating seniors. See how Lone Star College can help! 

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Campus News and Announcements

  • Seniors can request transcripts online
    If you are a senior and need a transcript for college, you can request one by clicking and completing the Final 2020 Senior Transcript Request Link.

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  • Diploma distribution day set for May 27
    On May 27 from 9 a.m. until noon, diplomas will be distributed in the south parking lot in front of the auditorium. Diplomas will be released to the student or student's parent/guardian with an ID. Seniors must return all school-owned textbooks, library books, English novels and devices in order to receive a diploma.  

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  • Textbook/device collection for 9-11 graders
    As we approach the end of the school year, we are making plans for the collection of outstanding school-owned textbooks, devices and other materials for 9th, 10th and 11th graders. You can expect that collection of items to take place after the student's last day of school. A date will soon be hared via email, website and on social media. Any remaining yearbooks will be allowed to be picked up at this time as well. 

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  • Panther Camp for 2020-21 goes online
    With the uncertainty of COVID-19 restrictions in the coming months, the back-to-school traditional Panther Camp that is held on campus in late July will shift to an online format. Families will be able to complete the Humble ISD annual update, submit a current utility bill and purchase items such as PTSA membership, Annual Fund donations, yearbooks and athletic booster club merchandise online. 

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  • Congratulations to Achievement Award winners
    After a year of hard work, a number of students are being honored by teachers as Achievement Award winners. The full list of students would typically be honored at honors night this month, but it has been canceled because of schools being closed.

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  • Parking Applications available for pick-up
    The parking applications are now available in Room 1600. The cost for parking is $40. Please read all the procedures carefully to make sure you meet the necessary deadlines. 

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Campus News & Features

FACTS & FIGURES

90+

sq. miles - Humble ISD covers 90+ square miles in the Lake Houston Area.

45,000

Students

6,500

Employees

44

Campuses

11

Average years of experience for teachers

16:1

Student/Teacher Ratio

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