TANGLEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL
MASCOT: The Gator
SCHOOL COLORS: Blue and Green
In partnership with parents and community, Tanglewood Middle School will provide a quality education by empowering students to become caring, self-sufficient, globally-conscious citizens who value innovation and sustainability, and believe in education as a lifelong process.
OUR MOTTO: Educate. Innovate. Renew.
Tanglewood Middle School began in 1929 as Grady Elementary on the corner of Westheimer and Post Oak. In 1950, the school moved to its current location, and opened a brand-new campus to serve the families of this growing community.
The elementary school was closed in 1979, but reopened in 1992 as Grady Middle School. In 2012, construction was completed on Phase 1 of a $15 million reconstruction project which saw the original school building replaced with a state-of-the-art, two-story main building. Three years later, Phase 2 of the rebuild completed the campus' main classroom wing.
Tanglewood is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School Middle Years Programme
campus, serving approximately 800 students from 25-30 countries around the world at any given time. For more information about our IB programme, please click here
. For Houston ISD summary information regarding student, teacher and staff demographics, test performance outcomes, accountability ratings, and school-based programs for the previous five years, please click here
. Interested in learning more about our campus? Just download our Tanglewood Is Tremendous
flyer by clicking here
Houston residents are assigned to specific feeder patterns composed on elementary, middle and high schools, based on the location of their home. To see if you live within Tanglewood's zone view our school boundary map by clicking here
. You may also search online using the "Select a School" database here
, or by calling the Student Transfer Department at (713) 556-6734.