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Humble ISD to undertake $30M floodgate project for KHS

Kingwood High School is one step closer to getting some flood relief as the Humble ISD board of trustees on Oct.15, 2019 approved PBK Architects as the architectural firm for a major flood mitigation project.$30M floodgate project. KHS suffered major damage from Hurricane Harvey-related flooding in 2017. Following a $63 million renovation, some parts of KHS flooded during heavy rains in May of 2019 and again during Tropical Storm Imelda in September of 2019. For the 2019-20 academic year, contractors hope to finish gym floor repairs in time to open the gym to student use in early 2020. Read more about the floodgate project here, and about damage to KHS from Tropical Storm Imelda here.


KHS 40th Anniversary Mustang Celebration - Saturday, March 21, 2020 @ KHS

Mustang run including 10K, 5K, and youth Fun Run (1 mile). Start and finish at KHS. Food trucks, bounce houses, outdoor games. Community vendors invited to join the celebration. Self-guided tours of campus and building. More details and registration to come


Class of 2000 20-year reunion

Thursday July 16 – Sunday July 19, 2020 in the Bahamas at the all-inclusive Melia 4-star resort

Click here for details on Facebook


KHS graduate joins vaunted U.S. Navy Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron

As a child, Frank Zastoupil loved going to airshows with his father. He looked up to the U.S. Navy Sailors and Marines flying the F/A-18 Hornet aircrafts as heroes.

Now, as a F-35 Lightning II pilot in the Marines, it’s his turn to fly the blue and yellow aircraft as part of the Blue Angels flight demonstration team for the 2020 air show season. Major Zastoupil, a Fort Worth native and 2005 Kingwood High School graduate, joined the Marines after he graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2009. (Read entire article here)


After $63M renovation, Kingwood High School suffers floodwater damage again

KPRC Channel 2 News, by Joel Eisenbaum - Investigative Reporter

HOUSTON - On Monday [May 6, 2019], the superintendent of Humble Independent School District said that damage from a fierce but short-lived storm [the previous] Friday was relatively minimal but will prompt a review of what the district can do to keep the school from flooding. The school was devastated by Hurricane Harvey in 2017 after suffering from flood damage. A recently completed $63 million renovation at Kingwood High School did not include the elevation of any school buildings. Due to Friday's storm, a few inches of water seeped into the school's weight room, a hallway, and a classroom. Read entire article


Dr. Nasra returns to KHS

After the early June 2018 announcement that KHS Principal Dr. Ted Landry accepted a position as Principal of The Woodlands High School in Conroe ISD, Humble ISD shared this news:

From Trey Kraemer, Assistant Superintendent for High Schools (June 19, 2018)

Dear Kingwood High School Families,
Dr. Michael Nasra, a former Associate Principal of Kingwood High, has been named Principal of Kingwood High School. Dr. Nasra returns to Humble ISD after serving the past four years as Principal of Keller High School in Keller ISD. Dr. Nasra’s 16 years of experience also includes serving as Associate Principal for Atascocita High School, Assistant Principal at Ross Sterling Middle School and at Humble High School, and Math Teacher and Coach at Humble Middle School. Dr. Nasra earned his bachelor’s degree at Southwestern University and his master’s and doctoral degrees at the University of Houston. He also was chosen for Rice University’s Rice Education Entrepreneurship Program (REEP) Business Fellowship for School Leaders. We look forward to seeing students back in August for an exciting new school year! Thank you for your continuing support of students.


 KHS Reopens March 19, 2018!

Read a Houston Chronicle article about the KHS community returning home.

 


Kingwood High School restoration to include improvements

Humble ISD Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen presented four options to the school board at its regular meeting on November 14, 2017. Read a Kingwood Observer article about these options and the administration's recommendation here.

Related: read about a November 15 visit by U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos here.


Hurricane Harvey flood damages KHS

Over a few days in late August 2017, Hurricane Harvey dropped an unprecedented 40-50 inches of rain over the Houston area. The San Jacinto River rose to record-breaking levels, exceeding even the 1994 floods. The entire KHS campus sustained extensive damage. Visit our Hurricane Harvey page for up-to-date information and ways to help.


Class of '86 alumna opens new business in Kingwood

KHS '86 graduate Lisa Huddleston McSwain realized her long-time dream when on April 12, 2017 she opened Sanké Hairdressers in Kingwood's Town Center. The salon, with its sleek, modern feel, is located between Kingwood Bagel and Fedex Office. Lisa isn't the only one celebrating; her many dedicated clients are excited to visit Lisa and her fellow stylists at Sanké! Read an article and see more pictures as published by the Humble Kingwood Atascocita Texas News site here.


Got your shirt?

"KINGWOOD ALUMNI" t-shirts are available for purchase online! Pictured here sporting his alumni tee (and Mustang spirit!) is '84 grad and KHS staff member Mark Krimm, speaking to a crowd on campus after the Oct. 2010 Mustang Pride parade. Photo courtesy Mindy Gardner McQueen ('87).

Click here to buy now.


Turner Stadium

It's not the stadium you remember. It's better!

See pictures of Turner Stadium's recent renovations, or visit the Humble ISD Athletic Dept page for season ticket information, directions and more! (Psst---you can rent an indoor, air-conditioned press box suite for six people during football games. Dinner included!)