Milby High School was constructed in 1926 in east Houston. The campus has seen numerous additions over the years.
The comprehensive high school is home to a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) magnet program with three strands — Applied Science Health Professions, Computing Science and Petroleum Exploration and Engineering. Through linked learning, an approach that combines rigorous academics with real-world experiences, the school also offers career pathways in culinary arts, cosmetology, welding, graphics technology and HVAC heating and cooling systems.
Scope of Work
New school preserving the architecturally significant building structure to accommodate 1,800-2,000 students.