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  • Juniors Visit Great Britain

    HISD juniors awarded grant to visit Great Britain this summer

    Four HISD students will travel free to Great Britain this summer, thanks to the British Foundation of Texas’s(BAFTX) Junior Achievers award. The students will travel for nearly two weeks learning about British culture.

    Juniors Ziwei Guo (Bellaire HS), Yazmin Hurtado (Davis HS), David Jasso (Reagan HS), and Donald Peacock (Reagan HS) wrote compelling essays, obtained strong teacher recommendations, and demonstrated the academic excellence to stand out among the more than 100 applicants.

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  • California trip provides EMERGE students glimpse of tier-one college life

    Rising juniors from schools throughout HISD tour seven colleges in five days

    More than 75 rising juniors from high schools throughout HISD traveled to California during the week of June 15 to tour several tier-one colleges and universities, and learn more about the college application process. The group of students from HISD’s EMERGE program toured seven colleges in five days including the University of Southern California, Occidental College, and the Claremont Consortium, which is a cluster of private colleges that specializes in liberal arts, sciences, and engineering. Read below to learn more from several EMERGE students who were on the trip.
    diana  Daniela German, Davis High School

     Before traveling to California, I wasn’t familiar with the liberal arts or in colleges that specialize in the liberal arts. Visiting the Claremont Consortium really opened my mind and changed my perspective. It not only gave me valuable insight into the types of colleges that are out there, but it also caused me to reflect about the type of person I am and what I want to become in the future. In addition, the trip made me realize that there are different types of environments at different college, depending on the size of the school, and that is something I need to take into consideration when determining whether or not a school is a good fit for me.
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HISD recognizes 99 seniors headed to nation’s top-tier colleges and universities


EMERGE Class of 2015 awarded more than $20 million in scholarships, collectively HISD paid tribute to 99 graduating scholars from 24 high schools during the second annual EMERGE Senior Awards Ceremony on April 28.Through EMERGE, these scholars have earned the distinction of being accepted into colleges and universities such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard, Princeton, Rice, Smith, Stanford, Tufts, and Yale. As a whole, the group has been awarded more than $20 million in scholarships and financial aid, with the majority of students receiving individual financial packages totaling upwards of $40,000 per year. More...

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12th Grade  All   Joy Moran  
9th – 11th A- L Sandra Rios
9th – 11th M-Z  Martha Martinez

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 9th Grade  Garza, Claudia 
 10th Grade  Martinez, Carlos J 
 11th Grade  Rumbo, Brent R 
 12 Grade  Okoli, Victor O 
 Dean  Clark, Duane 
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Principal Alcantar

2015 is finally here and we are about to embark on something only a few schools in the nation have done so far. We are about to Power UP! Each one of you will get a laptop and our digital learning will change our classrooms, how we deliver instruction and how we communicate and interact in every class. Teachers have been training since the summer and now you will also be a part of the next step in 21st century learning. I am not saying it will be a breeze, all change come with its challenges, but we are in this together and here to help each other as we learn and grow together.

The opportunity to do this has been made available to us not only by HISD, but by our alumni and community members who have helped by providing donations to help us reach our goal to get every student get a laptop this spring. Thank you, thank you, thank you to every one of you who are dreaming with us as we start this journey.

Great things are happening at JDHS and I can’t tell you what a joy it is to be your principal!

Let’s make this year the BEST yet,


Mrs. Julissa Alcantar-Martinez
Your Proud Panther Principal