Sharpstown International School

International Baccalaureate World School International Studies Magnet (Grades 6-12)


Welcome to Sharpstown International School

  •  Principal BordelonGreetings families and Sharpstown International School community,

    My name is Bryan Bordelon, and it is my extreme pleasure to serve as the principal of Sharpstown International School.  SIS is far more than just another school – we are a family above all else.  The son of a third-grade teacher, a passion for education has been a major current in my life since before I can remember. I grew up overseas, and had the opportunity to attend international schools in Asia, the Middle East, and South America.  My upbringing fundamentally changed the way I view the world, and I know that the SIS international studies magnet can do the same for our students. The tremendous success of SIS is the result of hard work and dedication on the part of staff, students, and parents, and we are committed to continuing a tradition of excellence for the families we serve. 


    Whether this is your first introduction to our campus, or you have been a member of our community for years, everyone that walks through the door is a treasured member of the family. My door is always open, and I make every effort to be available to speak with parents and community members whenever you have a question or a concern; please don’t hesitate to reach out.  I encourage everyone to become an active member of the PTO to ensure your voice is heard as we continue the work at SIS, and always feel free to contact me directly. 




    Bryan Bordelon

    Principal, Sharpstown International School




    Best High Schools US News & World Report

    Congratulations Spartans!

    Sharpstown International School was named one of the top high schools in the state of Texas! (one of 10 HISD Schools to do so)


    Out of nearly two thousand public high schools in Texas, SIS was named 58th best high school in the entire state!


    Thank you to our wonderful teachers and staff who help build a foundation on which our students can flourish and excel!





    Do you have questions or concerns about your students transportation? 

    Let’s Talk! is an easy-to-use, online program that streamlines communication by giving parents and a central location where you can submit questions and concerns, track your inquiries, get quick answers, and rate transportation services.


    See this handout for Lets Talk! General Information


     ¿Tiene preguntas o inquietudes sobre el transporte de sus estudiantes?

    Let’s Talk! es una intuitiva plataforma en línea que agilizará la comunicación proporcionando a los padres y personal escolar un lugar central donde podrán enviar sus preguntas e inquietudes, hacer un seguimiento a sus consultas, recibir respuestas rápidas y calificar el servicio.


    Haga clic aquí para obtener información general de Lets Talk!




    2021-2022 SIS Dress Code

    With the start of the 2021-2022 school year, all HISD schools will be returning to their previous school-specific dress code guidelines.  For Sharpstown International School students, that means:


    Tops: Solid color polo-style shirts of approporiate color (red for middle school, navy for high school, black for seniors only) or SIS spirit shirts.  College shirts may be worn on Fridays only.


    Bottoms: Khaki or navy pants, shorts, or skirts.  Blue jeans may be worn on all days, but must be free of rips and tears.


    Shoes: Closed toe shoes only; no flip-flops, house shoes, or slides.


    Jackets: Any outerwear worn inside the building must be in a solid color coordinating with the appropriate grade level (red for MS, navy for HS, black for seniors), an SIS-branded jacket/hoody, or an SIS club/spirit hoody.  No other jackets will be allowed in the building.  Students may not wear blankets as outerwear in the building.


    Please see this handout for examples of appropriate SIS uniforms.



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