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Humble ISD seeks nominations for 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award
The purpose of the Humble ISD Distinguished Alumni Award is to honor deserving alumni who have excelled in their field, made significant contributions to their community, and served as a positive role model and leader. Candidates must have graduated at least 20 years ago (Class of 2000 or earlier). Hurry - nominations close February 19, 2021! For more information and to nominate a deserving Mustang, click here.
New Kingwood Middle School to open August 2022
Humble ISD is constructing a new building and athletic fields on the existing site, in a two-phase project to be completed by the 2022-23 academic year. Read about the new design here.
$8.8 million in improvements to KHS to be completed by November 2021
Improvements to Kingwood High School will include a new entryway, a third gym, canopies and a nursing wing in the Career Technology Education area. Read article about these and other district-wide 2018 bond referendum improvements here
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.
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.
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.
Got your shirt?
"KINGWOOD ALUMNI" t-shirts are available for purchase online! Pictured here sporting his alumni tee (and Mustang spirit!) is '84 grad Mark Krimm, speaking to a crowd on campus after the Oct. 2010 Mustang Pride parade (he was on staff at KHS at the time). Photo courtesy Mindy Gardner McQueen ('87).
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