School History:

    Hartman Middle School is named after a local educator, military veteran and philanthropist, Charles F. Hartman. Mr. Hartman began his Houston teaching career at the old Heights Senior High School (now Hamilton Middle School). He served as principal of both that school and Stonewall Jackson Junior High (now Navarro Middle School). Hartman also served as an army officer in both World Wars. Hartman Middle School was built in 1954. A new facility, which retained and renovated the original gymnasium and auditorium, was completed in 2007.



    Hartman Middle School is committed to building future leaders by creating a positive learning environment utilizing effective teaching strategies based on data and research to ensure the needs of all students are met. 


    Mission Statement

    The mission of Hartman Middle School is to develop, cultivate and empower champions to lead with success.

    School Colors
    Red, Black & White
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