The Woodlands High School

Overview

Mission Statement

The Woodlands High School is dedicated to providing a safe environment that offers a challenging program, promotes high expectations, recognizes student learning and development through a variety of resources and prepares its students to become life-long learners and responsible citizens.

Leadership

  1. Paul Fleming, AST PRINCIPAL/ HIGH SCHOOL
  2. Jeri Gambertoglio, PRINCIPAL ASSOCIATE/HS/CURRICULUM
  3. Deborah Shepard, AST PRINCIPAL/ HIGH SCHOOL
  4. Dennis Muehsler, AST PRINCIPAL/ HIGH SCHOOL
  5. Paul Leblanc, PRINCIPAL ASSOCIATE/HS/SCHOOL OPER
  6. Larry Klapesky, AST PRINCIPAL/ HIGH SCHOOL
  7. Gregg Colschen, PRINCIPAL/HIGH SCHOOL
  8. Jan Nell, AST PRINCIPAL/ HIGH SCHOOL
  9. Shawne Ledee, AST PRINCIPAL/ HIGH SCHOOL
  1. SCHOOL RATING

    Met Standards

  2. SCHOOL GRADES

    10 - 12

  3. NUMBER OF STUDENTS

    4,362

School Motto

A Tradition of Excellence

School Colors: Hunter green, red and white
Mascot: Highlander
Date Built: 1996
School Named for: The community it serves

Feeder Campuses

Buckalew Elementary
Bush Elementary
Deretchin Elementary
Galatas Elementary
Glen Loch Elementary
Powell Elementary
Tough Elementary
Mitchell Intermediate
Wilkerson Intermediate
McCullough Junior High
TWHS – 9th Grade Campus

Data Overview

Campus Programs

There are over 130 electives offered at The Woodlands High School and more than 80 different clubs and organizations. In addition, a strong athletic program offers participation in 15 different competitive sports. Students also have the opportunity to participate in band, choir, speech, debate, drama, drill team, orchestra, cheerleading, and UIL academic activities. The Woodlands High School’s strong academic program offers the following:
• Alternating block scheduling
• Advanced Placement courses
• Career and Technology courses
• College preparatory courses
• Foreign language instruction
• Honors courses
• Special Education

Business Partnership

Memorial Hermann Hospital – The Woodlands