Tomball High School will travel to Planet Ford Stadium in Spring ISD to face New Caney in Round 2 on Friday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m.
News and Announcements
THS Fall Final Exam schedule is now available. Final exams begin Tuesday, December 13.
Preparing students for the workforce is the founding principle of public education. Integrity, respect, courtesy, responsibility, and citizenship are a few of the character skills necessary for success in any career. The development of these career skills in addition to high levels of academic achievement are vital for success for all Tomball ISD students in their chosen path after high school graduation.
Public school libraries serve a vital role in public education. Tomball ISD provides a wide range of library materials for students that support student achievement and present varying levels of difficulty, diversity of appeal, and a variety of points of view.
Over the past few months the district has received increased questions and concerns associated with “Critical Race Theory (CRT).” Tomball ISD curriculum, nor any other operation whatsoever, within Tomball ISD has ever included any aspects of CRT.
Congratulations to the 116 Tomball ISD students across THS, TMHS and TSA who were recognized among National Merit and National Recognition programs.
Tomball ISD residents 60 and above are eligible to receive a Super Senior card, which provides free admission into home athletic and fine arts events district-wide. Signup and card distribution begins October 3.
Veterans are invited to attend a dinner hosted by Tomball High School NJROTC Booster Club before the Patriotic Show & Game. Register for the dinner using the QR code on the invitation. Attendees will also receive entrance to the Tomball High School versus Tomball Memorial High School football game. Veterans are invited to bring one guest to the dinner and game (seating is limited).
Tomball ISD students earned 375 AP Award honors during the 2021-2022 school year.
Tomball ISD is a Straight A District and was the Top Rated School District in Harris and Montgomery Counties, according to TEA's Accountability ratings.