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9-12
Public district
Huffman, TX
Students enrolled: 954
 

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P O Box 2390
Huffman, TX 77336

(281) 324-1845
(281) 324-3368
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January 07, 2009
This school owns I don't know why it just does an example as most big schools have genres and are at each others throats us band people and jocks can get easily along as they are the most population of students who play WoW or Xbox live it's just incredible!Also about the school's teacher's theres about some of them who just completly reject's the students need for help and writes them up automatically for 'throwing a fit' and will not slow down their lessons so students who are struggling can actually get some help and catch up but luckily those teachers are few in numbers that us students go for the more fair and outgoing teachers!other teachers are neat and help us anyway they can and we also have laughs throughout the whole school day.we have these new students who came from kingwood and Barbers hill and they changed automatically!

- submitted by a student

February 26, 2008
This is a very good small school. The teacher are engaging and really work hard. The size of the school gives a good community feel, unlike some of the larger local schools like Kingwood. The student get out of this school, exactly what they put in.

- submitted by a parent

February 15, 2008
Ok any way there this is a fun shcool and every day any student cant help but to laugh but it also can be seruios as i am this is a tough shcool it has all these fun extracreicular activiteies and those in them want to pass so they can play so it is important to get thos grades up!

- submitted by a parent

October 28, 2007
My Son has gone to only Huffman Schools and is now a Jr. This is his worst year and I really have to push him to go. The Teachers are fast paced and do not want to slow down for a student that has a question or a problem understanding. I am very involved in my son's grades and continue to have problems with homework and class work problems. Teachers take forever to reply to phone calls or emails. Same goes for the Vice Pres. Mr Murray. As far as I am concerned this school gets a low rating from me until the school can get more teachers/tutoring and transportation after school if the student needs after school tutoring. We have the highest school taxes in the area and our kids suffer. Not fair!!

- submitted by a parent

October 20, 2006
Hargrave was a very pleasant surprise for my wife and I - it was not the 'country school' we anticipated. The school has a great disciplinary code, a small town feel, great parental involvement, and teachers who can relate to their students needs. Our son blossomed here, being involved in marching band, orchestral band, and jazz band (you will not find a better set of band directors anywhere, as well as drama (great new drama teacher as well). This school just this year moved from AAA to AAAA status; hopefully, as the school grows, it will retain the small town feel and effectiveness. The school has now outgrown its football stadium and will need very soon to build a new one. Go Falcons!

- submitted by a parent

October 19, 2006
I have attended this school and as it is beautiful on the outside, the inside is a mess. Although many of the teachers may try to reach the students on their level that is not what is needed. Availability of extracurricular activities was fine, as long as you could get students interested in them. I'm not a parent, just a concerned older sibling.

- submitted by a student
no rating
June 19, 2006
The new school is beautiful. I'm excited to see all the ROTC equipment.

- submitted by a teacher

August 29, 2005
The academic quality is the best it can be for the size and budget for the school. I had a great experience and was invovled in many extracurriculars and learned a lot. Parent involvement is high.

- submitted by a student

June 14, 2005
Hargrave High School, though wonderfully proud of its academic programs, actually falters on many levels. To begin, the math program is incredibly poor. The department fails to prepare students for college and fails to provide students with the necessary skills to perform on standardized testing (SAT, ACT, Calculus AP tests). However, on a good note, the english department at HHS has no match in any surrounding 3A school. The AP and Pre-AP english teachers should be commended for their excellent work and their preparation of students. All other departments fall into the mediocre category with individiual teaching standing out above the rest. The extracirricular programs, most crucially, the arts, are underfunded and underappreciated. Like most Texas schools, the center is on the average football team. All in all, HHS is scarily average.

- submitted by a student

June 03, 2005
I teach in a neighboring district but chose to move here for the schools. There is a 'small school' atmosphere where every student can receive the attention they need.

- submitted by a teacher

April 13, 2005
This is a small school but the size is what makes it feel safe. Everyone pretty much knows everybody else and the teachers are friendly. The male vice principal is a nice guy as well. There are a multitude of extracurricular activities too.

- submitted by a student

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Hargrave High School
P O Box 2390, Huffman, TX  77336
(281) 324-1845
Last modified Hargrave High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Hargrave High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 17 reviews. Top