HISD MAGNET MSAP schools by location

Magnet Schools Assistance Program (MSAP)

  • The U.S. Department of Education sponsors the Magnet Schools Assistance Program (MSAP) to help bridge achievement gaps by increasing diversity in schools through funding distinctive education programs.  HISD has been awarded a nearly $15 million grant through the Magnet School Assistance Program, more commonly referred to as MSAP. The money from the grant will establish or expand STEM programs at six schools: Milby and Washington high schools, Deady Middle School, Baylor College of Medicine Biotech Academy at Rusk, and Wesley and Davila elementary schools. All six schools will offer a STEM-based curriculum to every student. 

     The MSAP grant also will offer these six schools partnerships with NASA, Baylor College of Medicine, and the Independent Petroleum Association of America.

     

     

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Davila Elementary
Magnet Program: STEM
Magnet Coordinator: Daniel Garza | Email: Daniel.Garza@houstonisd.org
Phone: 713-924-1851 | 713-924-1853

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Wesley Elementary School
Magnet Program: STEM
Magnet Coordinator: Sarah Henry | Email: Sarah.Henry@houstonisd.org
Phone: 713-696-2860 | 713-696-2866

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Baylor College of Medicine Biotech Academy at Rusk
Magnet Program: Health Science Academy
Magnet Coordinator: Senta Butler | Email: sbutler5@houstonisd.org
Phone: 713-226-4543 | 713-226-4546

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Deady Middle School
Magnet Program: STEM
Magnet Coordinator: Donica Arnold Brown | Email: Donica.ArnoldBrown@houstonisd.org
Phone: 713-845-7411 | 713 845-5645

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Milby High School
Magnet Program: STEM
Magnet Coordinator: Claudia Cardenas | Email: ccarden2@houstonisd.org
Phone: 713-928-7401 | 713-928-7474

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Washington High School
Magnet Program: STEM
Magnet Coordinator: Sonya White | Email: swhite@houstonisd.org
Phone: 713-696-6600 | 713-696-6657

2013 MSAP Grant Schools

  • The U.S. Department of Education sponsors the Magnet Schools Assistance Program (MSAP) to help bridge achievement gaps by increasing diversity in schools through funding distinctive education programs.

    Six HISD schools currently sponsored by the MSAP grant offer innovative science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs funded through a $12 million MSAP grant awarded in 2013.

  • MSAP Kashmere



    MSAP Furr


    MSAP South Early

  • MSAP WIlliams


    MSAP Ryan


    MSAP WIlliams