Washington High School

Overview

Mission Statement

Washington High School serves as a resource for CISD that encompasses non-traditional learners and increases the graduation rates through academic strategies that go beyond the traditional classroom with diverse learning environments. The organization utilizes teaching methods which includes self-paced computer assisted instruction, accelerated learning, credit recovery, traditional instruction, small teacher to student ratios, and individual differentiated instruction. Washington provides an environment of acceptance and encouragement to enable all students to achieve academic, vocational, and social goals including an emphasis on emotional support and post-secondary objectives of every student.

Leadership

  1. Dr. John Williams, ADMIN PRINCIPAL/ALTERNATIVE HS
  1. TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY RATING

    MET ALTERNATIVE STANDARDS

  2. SCHOOL GRADES

    8-12

  3. NUMBER OF STUDENTS

    155

School Colors: Purple and Gold
Mascot: Bulldog
Date Built: 1954
School Named for: Booker T. Washington
Great American educator

Feeder Campuses

All Conroe ISD campuses

Campus Programs

Career and Technology education
Content Mastery
Drumline
Dual Credit courses
Edgenuity
Flexible scheduling
GED
Hauke Readers
Interact
National Art Honor Society
Small pupil/teacher ratio