Humble ISD was named the 2015 Large District winner of the H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards program, an honor recognizing the mission of the school district to provide an exemplary education for all students. The Groves is proud to be part of Humble ISD, and families will be pleased to know that their students are on an academic road to success. The district’s rating for 2016 by the Texas Education Agency is Met Standard, the highest rating possible. Humble ISD is nationally recognized for the outstanding education it offers to students. Humble ISD is listed among the 25 fastest growing school districts in Texas, and is currently the 31st largest district in the state.
Groves Elementary opened to students, teachers and faculty in the fall of 2017. The new Humble ISD elementary school is located in The Groves at the intersection of Madera Run Parkway and Timber Forest Drive. The school has a capacity of 950 students and showcases project-based and technology-based learning with new furniture to facilitate group learning. Groves Elementary offers an innovative Spanish immersion program beginning in third grade. Parents can choose to opt their children into the program, which is taught by native Spanish-speaking teachers and gives students an advantage of becoming dual-language fluent at an early age.
West Lake Middle School
Coming in fall of 2018, The Groves will serve as the site of West Lake Middle School. Located just off Madera Run Parkway and Timber Forest Drive, the 204,000-sqaure-foot Humble ISD middle school will serve up to 1,050 students. West Lake Middle School will be the best S.T.E.A.M. school (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) at which to learn, teach, and build a global community… via winning positive competitiveness, innovative technologies, rigorous/relevant curriculum, and engaging instruction. Westlake Middle School Brochure
Timberwood Middle School
Where Panther Pride lives for driving knowledge and academic excellence, Timberwood Middle School is an AVID National Demonstration School and assumes its role in the future success of its students with great pride and honor, providing the utmost opportunity to help shape the future of their student population.
Atascocita High School
Atascocita High School is recognized in the Humble ISD for its exemplary curriculum and innovative House System of education. Operating under a collegiate-styled platform, the school’s motto is centered on “learning for life through rigor, relevance, and relationships.” The school takes pride in its academics, athletic allegiance, and artistic endeavors. Promoting school spirit and community, Atascocita High School is proud of its ranking as one of the highest in the district.
Summer Creek High School
Home of the Bulldogs, Summer Creek High School has a capacity of 3,200 students, but the school’s unique design helps promote smaller learning communities. Each student is assigned to a “house” in which they work with the same assistant principal-counselor team and attend core classes in the same wing of the school during all four years. Summer Creek met all of the Texas Education Agency’s accountability standards on Student Achievement, Student Progress, Closing Performance Gaps and Postsecondary Readiness, and the school earned an academic achievement distinction from the state in mathematics.
Things to know about Summer Creek High School since Mr. Brent McDonald became Principal in 2017…
● Student enrollment increased this school year by 7 percent and is now at 2,387.
● Thirty new faculty members joined the staff this year.
● PSAT/NMSQT 2017 score was 978, compared to the state average of 964.
● In 2018, Summer Creek students took 779 AP tests to potentially earn college credit.
● 525 students are enrolled in Dual Credit courses, which is a 34% increase from the prior year. Dual Credit courses offer college credit.
● 450 students out of a graduating class of 600 committed to attending college.