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Revere Middle School is located in the heart of Houston's vibrant Westchase District. It is a Houston ISD Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Magnet school as well as a Neighborhood Vanguard Gifted/Talented school. Revere is T. E. A. Recognized for 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012.

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  • Paul Revere Middle School will ensure every student is college and professional bound through rigorous instruction, STEAM-oriented learning opportunities, and innovative classes. We are a community which values Honesty, Hard Work, Compassion, and Diversity.
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  • Revere UIL

    On Saturday, November 14, 2015, Paul Revere Middle School hosted more than 600 student competitors at HISD’s second Middle School UIL Invitational of the 2015-16 school year. Students from 17 different schools competed in 35 different competitions in 2 languages. The UIL program is designed to promote extra-curricular activities and improve student achievement. Students are given an opportunity to show their talents outside of a normal classroom setting and show their support to their community. All students are welcome and encouraged to join the UIL program at Revere.

    The next UIL Invitational will be held on Saturday, January 9th, 2016 at Pershing Middle School. Parents and volunteers are welcome and needed as well! Anyone interested in participating or volunteering please contact Mr. Gustavson on campus at Revere.


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  • The Revere PTO sponsored a door decorating contest. It was fun to see the doors our Revere teachers created.
    Thank you for participating and putting a little flair in our hallways. 
     Winning Teachers
    1st place winner is Ms. F. Abouddke
    2nd place winner is Ms. Kristie Long 
    3rd place winner is Mr. D. Nguyen 

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  • SELF after-school and LCDC host Trees For Houston event!

    Katherine Bravo, of Trees for Houston, came to Revere's campus on Tuesday, October 27th.
    35 students received a half hour of knowledge about trees and the care of trees (students were amazed that the trees in front of the school had roots that reached all the way to the middle of the baseball field!). After the talk, students were given soil, a container, and a red oak acorn so that they could grow their own tree. These trees, properly planted and cared for, can grow to 100 feet and provide food, shade and beauty, and live for hundreds of years.
    Trees for Houston - SELF  

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  •  We are proud of our Academic UIL team who  finished in the final round at the tournament on October 17th. We look forward to seeing what they can do at our next tournament held on home ground at Revere Middle School.

    Kayla Grier-Porter - 3rd Place - 6th Grade Art

    Favour Alino and Heinrick Gonzales - 3rd Place - Dual Improv

    Asia Hossain  - 3rd Place - Impromptu Speaking (Eng.)

    Eliezer Martinez - 6th Place - Impromptu Speaking (Sp.)

    Kevin Cooks - 4th Place - Modern Oratory (Eng.) 

    Asia Hossain - 1st Place - Modern Oratory (Eng.)

    David Fumero Ortega - 6th Place - 6th Grade Number Sense

    Daniel Olanrewaju  - 6th Place - 7th/8th Grade Number Sens

    Favour Alino - 1st Place - 7th/8th Grade Oral Reading (Eng.)

    Eliezer Martiniez - 6th Place - 7th/8th Grade Oral Reading (Sp.)

    Daviz Buxaderas - 1st Place - 7th/8th Grade Oral Reading (Sp.)

    Daniel Olanrewaju - 4th Place - 7th Grade Science

    Tin Lui - 2nd Place - 7th Grade Science

    Guillermo Lopez - 6th Place - 7th/8th Grade Spelling

    Dana Al-Manaseer - 6th Place - 6th Grade Social Studies 

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  • Congratulations to our Cross Country team. Our 8th grade boys are district championsCross Country Team 2015

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  • BP STEM Event 9/2015
    British Petroleum BP hosts STEM event 
    To introduce more women to the field of engineering, BP hosted a STEM event for the young women enrolled in the STEM Magnet program at Paul Revere Middle School.
    John Minge, the CEO of BP, used the opportunity to introduce Eduardo Corazon, one of our 8th graders,  as his mentee. Congratulations, Mr. Corazon. 
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  • All students will need to have basic supplies such as pens, paper, and pencils. Actual supply lists will be given on the first few days of school by their teachers.
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