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HISD’s Carnegie, Bellaire, Lamar high schools place well in US News rankings

Eleven schools in the Houston Independent School District were ranked in U.S. News and World Reports prestigious list of Best High Schools in the United States.  The rankings include more than 4,700 of the top high schools in the country. Carnegie Vanguard, the district’s flagship high school for gifted andRead More

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HISD Bellaire and Lamar school renovation plans move forward

Education News, Houston Schools, Schools April 22, 2014 at 9:42 pm

The process to reconstruct Lamar and Bellaire high schools with proceeds from the Houston Public School District’s 2012 Bond Issue is proceeding smoothly. “Plans are currently on schedule,” HISD Spokesperson Sheleah Reed wrote in an e-mail to Thesis on April 17. Project Advisory Teams (PATs), made up of students, parents,Read More

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St. Catherine’s Montessori

Houston Schools August 12, 2013 at 6:39 pm

Sisters Edna Ann Herbert and Shirley Owens founded St. Catherine’s Montessori (originally named Dominican Montessori) in 1966 and are affiliated with the Association Montessori Internationale.  Before moving to its current location in 2006, St. Catherine’s was hosted by St. Agnes Academy’s old building.  The school then was hosted by theRead More

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Pershing Middle School

Houston Schools July 23, 2013 at 1:15 pm

Pershing Middle School was established as part of HISD in 1928.  Originally connected to West University Elementary School, Pershing moved to its own campus in 1948 on Braes Boulevard.  It has since been rebuilt at the same location but with a new address on Blue Bonnet Street.  Pershing’s mission statementRead More


Bellaire High School

Houston Schools July 18, 2013 at 9:49 pm

Bellaire High School started in 1955 and was the first International Baccalaureate School in Texas.  With its IB program and its World Languages magnet program,.  Bellaire’s goal is to create “…active learners, well-rounded individuals, and engaged citizens, who gain the practical experience of being part of an international community.”  TheRead More


Horn Academy

Houston Schools July 18, 2013 at 8:15 pm

Horn Academy, named after educator Paul W. Horn, is an elementary school in HISD with a magnet program and Vanguard Neighborhood Program. Horn is a total school magnet for art, communications, computers, life sports, and science. The magnet program, which “emphasizes the academic and social development of the ‘whole child,’”Read More

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Episcopal High School

Houston Schools July 17, 2013 at 4:49 pm

In 1981, a group of Episcopal parishioners discussed with then Bishop Maurice Benitez that their children often attended day schools at their local churches but that these schools only went through the 8th grade.  Therefore, they set about to establish a high school.  Their efforts came to fruition just threeRead More