Is Kingwood Park High School a good school?

Is Kingwood Park High School a good school?

Kingwood Park High School is ranked #6,194 in the National Rankings….Ranking Factors.

Ranking Factors National State
College Curriculum Breadth Index Rank #2,279 (tie) #210
Math and Reading Proficiency Rank #10,098 #862
Math and Reading Performance Rank #15,704 #1,342
Graduation Rate Rank #2,516 (tie) #546 (tie)

How many people attend Kingwood High School?

Kingwood High School/Number of students

Which school in Texas has the most students?

Texas A & M University-College Station is the largest school with 68,679 students and The University of Texas at Austin has the second highest population with 51,832 students.

Is humble high school a good school?

Humble High School is ranked #13,394-17,857 in the National Rankings. Schools are ranked on their performance on state-required tests, graduation and how well they prepare students for college. Read more about how we rank the Best High Schools.

Where is Kingwood Park High School in Kingwood TX?

Kingwood Park High School is located at 4015 WOODLAND HILLS DR, KINGWOOD, TX, 77339. The school is part of HUMBLE ISD. To contact the school, call (281) 641-6600. Kingwood Park High School employs 122 teachers, who have been with the school an average of 8 years. The teachers average 12 years of experience in teaching.

Who are the principals of Kingwood Park School?

Kingwood Park’s only two principals in its 14-year history chatted on campus April 30. Larry Cooper and Lisa Drabing worked together for years before Drabing took over as principal when Cooper retired. Drabing is now in her final month before retirement.

Where are the Kingwood High School graduations held?

Quest will be held May 20 at the Humble Civic Center. AHS, HHS, KHS, KPHS and SCHS graduations will be held at Turner Stadium the week of June 1-5. Guardians may use the Learning Location Form to change their choice of instructional setting for their children.

Where is Kingwood Park School’s third tiny home?

The school’s third Tiny Home was completed and moved to Langetree Retreat and Ecocenter in Liberty County. Students led in designing and building the home. Thank you, Mrs. Drabing!