Humble Independent School District, among the fastest-growing in Texas, is a destination-district for families seeking a supportive environment for their children. Humble ISD students thrive and grow by enriching their lives through academics, arts, athletics, career preparation, service-learning and school-sponsored social activities. Humble ISD’s reputation for educating the whole child is one reason why approximately 1,000 new students join Humble ISD each year.
Humble ISD educates more than 45,000 students from the communities of Atascocita, Eagle Springs, Fall Creek, Humble, Kingwood, Summerwood, The Groves, the West Lake Corridor and more. Humble ISD operates six high schools: Atascocita, Humble, Kingwood, Kingwood Park, Summer Creek and Quest Early College. The district operates nine middle schools: Atascocita, Creekwood, Humble, Kingwood, Riverwood, Ross Sterling, Timberwood, West Lake and Woodcreek. Humble ISD operates 29 elementary schools. The district is expanding with a new elementary set to open in 2021 and middle school set to open in 2022.
One reason parents choose Humble ISD is because it is an effective school district. Humble ISD is the statewide 2015 Best Large District Winner in the H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards Program, and the Humble ISD School Board is the 2018 State Winner in the School Board Category. There are more than 1,000 school districts in the state.
Known for academic rigor, Humble ISD was listed on the College Board’s AP Honor Roll for 2015, an honor claimed by fewer than five percent of Texas school districts. The 3,337 graduates in the Class of 2020 earned more than $22 million in college scholarship offers. The district is home to four demonstration schools. Atascocita, Humble and Timberwood middle schools are AVID National Demonstration Schools, and Quest Early College High School is an ECHS Demonstration School. Educators from across the U.S. tour these demonstration schools to learn from the best. Humble ISD offers an International Baccalaureate program and Career and Technical Education courses. The Humble ISD Education Foundation, a non-profit organization, has awarded more than $14.1 million since 2000 to support projects that enhance education. For more information, please visit www.humbleisd.net.