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    About Tomball ISD

    Tomball ISD has a reputation for excellence.  It serves over 18,000 students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade across 20 campuses. Tomball ISD takes pride in its progressive instructional programs and maintains a strong foundation of guiding principles, beliefs, and a visionary mission of the future.

    District Mission Statement: Tomball ISD educates students to become responsible, productive citizens by providing innovative, individually rigorous, and personally valuable educational experiences.

    Click here to visit the district’s website.

    Elementary Schools:

    Canyon Pointe Elementary School

    Mission Statement: Whatever it takes to ensure high levels of learning for All Students:  Every Child…Every Day.

    Canyon Pointe Elementary opened in 2007 in the southwest area of Tomball.  Since 2007, the school’s population has grown from 650 to nearly 800 students in Pre-k to 4th grade.  Canyon Pointe is a Great Expectation school, which means it has a teaching model that reflects a cooperative nature between the educator and learner through shared leadership.

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Canyon Pointe Elementary School, click here.

    Click here to visit Canyon Elementary School’s website.

    Creekside Forest Elementary School

    Mission Statement: Creekside Forest Elementary is dedicated to creating lifelong learners by promoting excellence in education, bridging prior knowledge to future problem solving, establishing and valuing healthy relationships with peers and adults, while embracing diversity.

    Creekside Forest Elementary is Tomball ISD’s first school built in The Woodlands. Doors were opened to students in August of 2009 and currently has about 547 students enrolled in Kindergarten to 5th grade. The school’s vision is to offer a learning community where all seek knowledge, value and share talents, while continuously striving for excellence.

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Creekside Forest Elementary School, click here.

    Click here to visit Creekside Forest Elementary School’s website.

    Creekview Elementary School

    Mission Statement: The professional learning community of Creekview promises learning for ALL in a nurturing and collaborative culture.

    Creekview Elementary opened its doors in the Woodlands in August of 2015. There are currently 724 students enrolled in Kindergarten to 5th grade. The school’s vision promises great learning for all. Creekview Elementary School is proud to be a Great Expectations (GE) Model School which is guided by six principles.  These principles include the following: high expectations for students, positive attitudes among teachers, believing that all children can learn, building self-esteem among students, creating a climate of mutual respect, and ensuring teachers are knowledgeable and skillful in learning theory and teaching methods.

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Creekview Elementary School, click here.

    Click here to visit Creekview Elementary School’s website. 

    Decker Prairie Elementary School

    Mission Statement: Decker Prairie Elementary is dedicated to high levels of learning for all.

    Decker Prairie Elementary opened its doors in 1983 as the third elementary school in Tomball ISD. There are currently 705 students enrolled in Pre-K to 4th grade. The school’s vision is to create an environment where everyone takes risks and collaborates respectfully through innovative learning. All grade levels instruct the students in the areas of Language Arts (Reading, Language, Handwriting, Spelling), Mathematics, Social Studies, and Science. Students also receive instruction in Music, Physical Education, Art, Technology, and weekly visits to the library. 

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Decker Prairie Elementary School, click here.

    Click here to visit  Decker Prairie Elementary School’s website.

    Grand Oaks Elementary School

    Grand Oak Elementary School follows the standard Tomball ISD mission statement and vision.

    Grand Oaks Elementary School is Tomball ISD’s new elementary school, making it Tomball’s 11th elementary school campus. Grand Oaks Elementary is set to open in August 2020. The school believes that parent participation is key to student success and has a new website designed to provide parents with all the information they need to be active participants in their student’s education. 

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Grand Oaks Elementary School, click here

    Click here to visit Grand Oaks Elementary School’s website.

    Lakewood Elementary School

    Mission Statement: Lakewood inspires life-long excellence for all students in a safe and collaborative community.

    Lakewood Elementary School opened its doors in 1983. The school has a population of 770 students in Pre-K to 4th grade. The school’s vision is to empower individuals to become problem seekers and innovative thinkers that value others. All grade levels instruct the students in the areas of Language Arts (Reading, Language, Handwriting, Spelling), Mathematics, Social Studies, and Science. Students also receive instruction in Music, Physical Education, Art, and Technology.   Students also participate in regularly scheduled visits to the Library.

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Lakewood Elementary School, click here.

    Click here to visit Lakewood Elementary School’s website.

    Pictured are Canyon Pointe, Creekside Forest, Decker Prairie, and Lakewood Elementary schools, which are five out of eleven elementary schools in the Tomball Independent School District.

    Rosehill Elementary School

    Rosehill Elementary School follows the standard Tomball ISD mission statement and vision.

    The school opened its doors in August 2003 and currently has an enrollment of 449 students in Pre-K to 4th grade. Rosehill Elementary School strives to work towards motivating academic greatness in children. Rosehill Elementary School often refers to itself as being the happiest place on the hill through Rosehill Elementary School magic.

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Rosehill Elementary School, click here.

    Click here to visit Rosehill Elementary School’s website.

    Timber Creek Elementary School

    Timber Creek Elementary School follows the standard Tomball ISD mission statement and vision. 

    The school opened its doors in 2012 and was the second school Tomball ISD opened in the Woodlands. Timber Creek Elementary School currently has an enrollment of 576 students in Kindergarten to 5th grade.  The school is known as being one of the top rated public schools located in The Woodlands. 

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Timber Creek Elementary School, click here.

    Click here to view Timber Creek Elementary School’s website.

    Tomball Elementary School

    Mission Statement: We relentlessly ensure learning at high levels for all students. 

    Tomball Elementary School opened its doors in 2003. It has a current enrollment of 778 students in Pre-K to 4th grade. Tomball Elementary School’s vision is to reach every child every day and believes that they have the very best students who deserve the very best school.The school values parent support with learning expectations, attendance, and volunteers opportunities to continue to build the foundation for success for each and every student. 

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Tomball Elementary school, click here.

    Click here to visit Tomball Elementary School’s website.

    Wildwood Elementary School

    Wildwood Elementary School follows the standard Tomball ISD mission statement and vision. 

    Wildwood Elementary School opened in August 2015. Wildwood Elementary School currently has an enrollment of 1,041 students in Pre-K to 4th grade. The school’s design includes classrooms in a configuration which allows for flexibility, separation of grade levels, and the ability to expand grade levels within the same area of the building. 

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Wildwood Elementary School, click here.

    Click here to visit Wildwood Elementary School’s website.

    Willow Creek Elementary

    Willow Creek Elementary School follows the standard Tomball ISD mission statement and vision. 

    Willow Creek Elementary opened its doors in 1998 and was Tomball ISD’s fourth elementary school. The school is located in one of the fastest growing regions of Harris County and welcomes many new students every year. The school has a current enrollment of 779 students in Kindergarten to 4th grade. Willow Creek Elementary takes pride in their school and offers students a wide range of academic and extracurricular activities. Willow Creek Elementary School is proud to be a Great Expectations (GE) Model School which is guided by six principles.  These principles include the following: high expectations for students, positive attitudes among teachers, believing that all children can learn, building self-esteem among students, creating a climate of mutual respect, and ensuring teachers are knowledgeable and skillful in learning theory and teaching methods.

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Willow Creek Elementary, click here.

    Click here to visit Willow Creek Elementary School’s website.

    Pictured are Rosehill, Timber Creek, Tomball, Wildwood, and Willow Creek Elementary, which are five out of eleven elementary schools in Tomball Independent School District.

     

    Intermediate Schools

    Northpointe Intermediate School

    Mission Statement: Empower students to be motivated learners by working together to provide a safe and positive environment that promotes excellence and respects the unique needs of all.

    Northpointe Intermediate School opened its doors in 2003 and has a current enrollment of 752 students in 5th and 6th grade. The school offers students 12 different programs for after school activities.

    Clubs and Activities

    • AR Reading Club
    • Art Club
    • Grace Care Club
    • Math Olympiad
    • NIS Boys Athletics Club (Boys Only)
    • Organization and Design Club
    • Puzzles and Board Games
    • Refit
    • Robotics
    • Run For Your Life! (Girls Only)
    • Science Club
    • Show Off Club

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Northpointe Intermediate, click here

    Click here to visit Northpointe Intermediate School’s website.

    Oakcrest Intermediate School

    Mission Statement: Oakcrest Intermediate School exists to serve and make an impact on all students to achieve success.

    Oakcrest Intermediate School opened in August 2015 as the district’s third intermediate school. It has a current enrollment of 693 students in 5th and 6th grade. The school’s vision is to  provide a safe and nurturing environment in which students are engaged learners preparing for a bright future. A variety of extracurricular activities are available for students to help them grow and learn outside of the classroom.

    Clubs and Activities

    • Basketball Club
    • CATS for Christ
    • Chess Club
    • E.P.I.C. – 6th Only
    • FIRST Lego League – Robotics
    • Fit & Fabulous – Girls Only
    • Garden Club
    • Hand Lettering Club
    • OIS Choir Club – 5th Only
    • OIS Student News
    • Pintrest Club
    • Reading Club
    • Run For Your Life!
    • Stock Market Game
    • TMSCA

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Oakcrest Intermediate School, click here.

    Click here to visit Oakcrest Intermediate School’s website.

    Tomball Intermediate School

    Mission Statement: We work together with purpose, skill and pride so that all students can achieve success.

    Tomball Intermediate School opened its doors in 1962 and has a current enrollment of 761 students in the 5th and 6th grade. The school’s vision is to create a reflective culture of collaboration, high expectations and mutual respect for all members of our learning community. A variety of clubs and activities are available for students to help them grow and learn outside of the classroom. A fun fact about Tomball Intermediate school is that it was built within the same block as the old Tomball High School that burnt down due to an electrical fire in 1961.

    Clubs and Activities

    • 5th grade Choir Club
    • 5th grade Math Club
    • 6th grade Book Club
    • Artists with Heart
    • Boys to Gentleman
    • Cougars For Christ
    • Cougars Rising Strong
    • Dance Club
    • Destination Imagination
    • Drama Club
    • Geo-Challenge
    • Hip-Hop History
    • Nerd Club
    • Robotics
    • Science Fair Project Club
    • Student Council Club
    • UIL: Calculators Applications Club
    • UIL: Chess Puzzle-Solving Club
    • UIL: Maps, Graphs, and Charts
    • UIL: Math
    • UIL: Number Sense
    • UIL: Oral Reading Club
    • UIL: Ready Writing Club
    • UIL: Social Studies Club
    • UIL: Spelling Club
    • Unity Club
    • Word Up Club

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Tomball Intermediate School, click here

    Click here to visit Tomball Intermediate School’s website.

    Tomball has three intermediate schools for 5th and 6th grade students. Pictured at the top is Northpointe Intermediate School, bottom left is Oakcrest Intermediate School, and bottom right is Tomball Intermediate School.

    Junior High Schools

    Creekside Park Junior High School

    Creekside Park Junior High School follows the standard Tomball ISD mission statement and vision. 

    Creekside Park Junior High School  opened its doors in August 2016 as the first secondary Tomball ISD campus in The Woodlands. The school has a current enrollment of 766 students in the 6th-8th grades. Creekside Park Junior High School offers students a highly-engaging educational experience in a safe and nurturing environment. The school offers an athletics program, a 7th and 8th grade cheerleading squad, clubs, activities, and a fine arts program.

    Athletics Program:
    • Boys & Girls Basketball 
    • Cross Country
    • Football
    • Athletic Summer Camps
    • Swimming
    • Track & Field
    • Volleyball
    Clubs and Activities:
    • 6th grade Pep Squad
    • Battle of the Books (BOT-B)
    • Cheerleading
    • Chess Club
    • Cougar Yearbook Staff
    • Creekside Cares Club
    • Dance Club
    • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
    • HamiKids Club
    • Junior High Musical Club
    • Math Olympiad
    • National Junior Honor Society
    • Robotics Club
    • Science Olympiad
    • Student Council
    • Thespian Troupe
    Fine Arts
    • Band
    • Dance
    • Choir
    • Theater
    • Orchestra
    • Art

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Creekside Park Junior High School, click here

    Click here to visit Creekside Park Junior High School’s website.

    Tomball Junior High School

    Tomball Junior High School follows the standard Tomball ISD mission statement and vision.

    Tomball Junior High School opened its doors in 2003 and has a current enrollment of 767 students in the 7th and 8th grades. The school offers an athletics program, a 7th and 8th grade cheerleading squad, clubs, activities, and a fine arts program.

    Athletics Program:
    • Boys & Girls Basketball 
    • Cross Country
    • Football
    • Athletic Summer Camps
    • Swimming
    • Track & Field
    • Volleyball
    Clubs and Activities:
    • Art
    • Band
    • Beloved
    • Cheerleading
    • Choir
    • Cougars for Christ
    • Crave
    • Drama
    • Dream Team
    • LOTC
    • National Jr Honor Society
    • Orchestra
    • Robotics
    • Student Council
    • Swim Team
    • TMSCA
    • UIL
    • Yearbook
    Fine Arts
    • Band
    • Dance
    • Art
    • Cheer
    • Orchestra
    • Theatre 
    • Choir

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Tomball Junior High School, click here

    Click here to Visit Tomball Junior High School’s website.

    Willow Wood Junior High School

    Mission Statement: In order to prepare students to lead and live in an ever-changing world, Willow Wood Junior High School will provide all students with a safe, collaborative, and innovative learning environment.

    Willow Wood Junior High School opened its doors in 2003 and has a current enrollment of 1,353 students in the 7th and 8th grades. The school offers an athletics program, a 7th and 8th grade cheerleading squad, clubs, activities, and a fine arts program.

    Athletics Program:
    • Boys & Girls Basketball 
    • Cross Country
    • Football
    • Athletic Summer Camps
    • Swimming
    • Track & Field
    • Volleyball
    Clubs and Activities:
    • Best Buddies
    • Cats for Christ
    • Cheerleading
    • Dance
    • Drama
    • FCA
    • National Junior Honor Society
    • Science Olympiad
    • Student Council
    • Yearbook Class
    Fine Arts
    • Theatre
    • Orchestra
    • Art
    • Choir
    • Band
    • Dance

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Willow Wood Junior High School, click here.

    Click here to visit Willow Wood Junior High School’s website.

    Tomball ISD has three Junior High Schools. Pictured top left is Creekside Park Junior High School, top right is Willow Wood Junior High School, and pictured at the bottom is Tomball Junior High School.

    High Schools

    Tomball High School

    Mission Statement: The mission of Tomball High School is to provide a safe and secure environment that prepares all students to be responsible citizens by expecting exemplary performance and achievement

    School Colors: Red and White

    Mascot: Cougar

    Tomball High School was first held  in the Woodmen of the World building in 1908, which was a one room framed building that educated nearly 15 students. In 1938, the district built a new red brick high school with a gymnasium and a swimming pool, which was located in the 700 block of Main Street. The high school we know today was built in 1974 and was renovated in 2000 after a $98.4 million bond referendum. The current enrollment is 2,055 students in the 9th to 12th grades. Activities include athletics, cheer, clubs,and fine arts. 

    To learn more about the Tomball High School Athletics program, click here

    Cheer

    Cheerleading Mission: To promote and uphold school spirit and develop a sense of good sportsmanship.

    Qualities of a Tomball High School Cougar Cheerleader: LOADS of energy, school spirit, athletic knowledge and skills, ability to lead a crowd at a game, pep rally or competition, paint signs, desire to uphold school values and image, ability to work well with others, commitment and dedication to the program, the heart to be the best in the program, respect for adults, yourself and others, and the ability to be an ambassador for the school. 

    Clubs and Activities
    • ALIVE Bible Study
    • Art Club
    • Best Buddies
    • Book Club
    • Business Professionals of America (BPA)
    • Cheer
    • Chess Club
    • Debate
    • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
    • French Club
    • Gamer’s Club
    • German Club
    • HOSA – Future Health Professionals
    • National Honor Society
    • P.R.I.D.E.
    • Senior Girls
    • Spanish Honor Society
    • Student Council
    • Student Media
    • Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE)
    • Texas High School Bowling
    • Tomball FFA
    • Tomball STAGE
    • UIL Academics

     

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Tomball High School, click here.

    Click here to visit Tomball High School’s website.

    Tomball Memorial High School

    Mission Statement: The mission of Tomball Memorial High School is to provide learning opportunities for our students to take responsibility, build confidence, act with integrity, earn and strive for excellence in preparation for college and the workplace, and as productive citizens of our community.

    School Colors: Navy and Silver

    Mascot: Wildcats

    Tomball Memorial High School opened its doors in August of 2011 and has a current enrollment of 2,310 students in the 9th to 12th grades. The goal of Tomball Memorial High school is to graduate students who are academically and socially prepared to succeed. Activities include athletics, cheer, clubs, and a fine arts program. 

    To learn more about the Tomball Memorial High School Athletic program, click here

    Cheer

    Statement of purpose:

    • To promote and uphold school spirit throughout the year
    • To encourage good sportsmanship among the student body
    • To improve relations between schools during all athletic events
    • To emphasize physical fitness
    • To build character and community involvement
    • To encourage student responsibility and independence in following rules
    • To encourage scholarship

    For more information about TMHS Cheer visit :  http://www.tomballmemorialcheer.com​ 

    Clubs and Activities 
    • Art Club
    • Best Buddies
    • Cats for Christ
    • Cheer
    • Choir
    • Debate / Speech Coach
    • DECA
    • Drama
    • Drill Team
    • Engineering Club
    • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
    • FFA
    • Fishing Team
    • French Club
    • German Club
    • GSA Club
    • HOSA Organization
    • JROTC
    • Key Club
    • Mu Alpha Theta
    • National Honor Society
    • Orchestra
    • Robotics Club
    • Science Olympiad
    • Senior Ladies Club
    • Silver Stars
    • Student Council
    • Theatre Club
    • UIL Academics
    • UIL Social Studies
    • Wildcat Ultimate Frisbee
    • Writer’s Club
    • Yearbook and Newsletter

    For a list of subdivisions zoned to Tomball Memorial High School, click here.

    Click here to visit Tomball Memorial High School’s website.

    Tomball Star Academy

    Mission Statement: The Tomball Star Academy, Early College High School will provide a rigorous, supportive learning environment that blends high school and the first two years of college.

    Tomball Star Academy students may earn up to 60 college credit hours and an Associates of Art degree by the time they graduate from high school free of charge. It is geared toward students who are focused on academics, seeking a smaller learning community, planning to graduate with a high school diploma and an Associates of Arts degree, wanting to save time and money in pursuit of a baccalaureate degree, or interested in student clubs related to engineering, fine arts, or robotics.

    Click here to visit Tomball Star Academy’s website.

    Connections Academy

    Mission Statement: The mission of the Tomball Connections Academy is to connect students to the community, invest in their future, and encourage students to realize the best versions of themselves.

    The Connections Academy offers three different programs that include the Discipline Alternative Education Program, Success Academy, and Community Connections.

    Discipline Alternative Education Program (DAEP)  – The DAEP serves as a placement for students who have violated certain provisions of the Tomball ISD Student Code of Conduct.  The DAEP at the Connections Academy provides a positive, safe, caring environment that emphasizes the correlation between responsible behavior and academic improvement.

    Success Academy – The Success Academy is a computer- based lab for students who have fallen behind on credits and need help with getting caught up.

    Community Connections – 18+ programs for students with disabilities across the state are crucial in making sure all students and students’ families are prepared for life after graduation. The Community Connections program at the Connections Academy is an option for students who have completed their high school credit requirements and whose ARD committees have determined that the Community Connections program is appropriate as a member of the adult community.

    Click here to visit the Connections Academy’s website.

    Academy of Energy and International Business

    Mission Statement: The mission of the Tomball ISD Academy of Energy and International Business is for students to explore their talents within a global career path and apply newly acquired skills alongside our industry partners at BJ Services.

    Tomball ISD will provide students with the opportunity to access the skills required for careers in the oil and gas industry as well as skills needed to compete in an ever-changing global market. This program is available to incoming ninth-grade students during the 2020-2021 school year across Tomball ISD. Students will be expected to work in teams and understand that project-based learning will be an ongoing process. There will be a high level of autonomy and it is critical for students to maximize their time and display ownership when working on projects and assignments.

    Click here to visit the Academy of Energy and International Business’ website.

    Tomball High School and Tomball Memorial High School are the two main high schools in Tomball ISD.

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