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Harmony staff, teachers, and administrators have spent countless of hours preparing our students for college and each year approximately 85% of our graduating class enrolled in a post-secondary institution.

But, despite these impressive enrollment numbers, far too many of our low income and first-time college students drop out as they hit financial and circumstantial barriers such as the cost of attending college, that has increased by 36% in the last 10 years. Harmony Public Schools has 5,033 graduates to date and is projected to have 11,686 graduates by 2020, current funding sources are unable to meet even the current demands of these programs. Clearly, additional financial support is required.

We are asking our Harmony community to consider going beyond educational efforts, providing even greater assistance to our graduates through generous Harmony Giving Day contributions to the Harmony College Fund. All your donations will go towards helping our Harmony graduates to complete their higher education dreams and achieve their career aspirations by providing additional scholarships and direct college and career support services.

Let’s come together to reach our target of raising $50,000 on our first ever giving day.

Thank you for your generosity.

Make A Gift Now!

Harmony Giving Day Flyer

We are asking our Harmony community to consider providing greater assistance to our graduates through generous contributions to the Harmony College Fund on our first ever Giving day November 28th, 2017.

All your donations will go towards helping our Harmony graduates to complete their higher education dreams and achieve their career aspirations by providing additional scholarships and career support services.

Count Down to Harmony Giving Day!

Boys Baskeball Win Tournament!

Our Boys Varsity Basketball Team won the championship at Katy-West with a record of 4-0! It is now 2 years in a row! Benjamin Adesakin was selected as the tournament MVP! Congratulations to our amazing team!

STAAR/EOC Testing Information
STAAR EOC retests are the week of December 4th. All tests will start at 7:55 AM. Students who are testing need to arrive on time and be prepared to test. Following is the schedule.
Monday, December 4 English I EOC Retest
Tuesday, December 5 Algebra I EOC Retest
Wednesday, December 6 English II EOC Retest
Thursday, December 7 Biology EOC Retest


Harmony Public Schools | Notice of Public Hearing

As part of the December 13, 2017 Board of Directors Regular Meeting, Harmony Public Schools will hold a public hearing to discuss the HPS Schools’ 2016-2017 Financial Rating Systems of Texas (FIRST) accountability ratings.

The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room, located at 9321 W Sam Houston Pkwy S, Houston, TX 77099.

Thanks-Giving Day Dinner
We are organizing a Thanksgiving Dinner for our seniors to show them our respect, love and support at their last year in our school and to celebrate everything they have achieved so far!
All our faculty and staff members who touched their lives in some way are cordially invited!
Date: 11/17/2017
Time: 5:30 PM
Location: MPR

Debate Team Competition

HSI Debate Team advanced to semifinals in poetry and oratory this weekend at Taylor HS in Katy! Congratulations to our students!

Robotics Team posing for a picture.

Our FTC Robotics Team Mustang Robotics got the 2nd place in FIRST Tech Challenge – Southwest Houston Area League Play-1! See you at the next League Play on December 16th at Dulles High School! Go Mustangs!

GT Giftness Awareness

AGT’s G/T Awareness Day was created to increase awareness and encourage support of gifted education in Texas. Join parents, educators, school communities, and the TAGT Advocacy Committee in raising awareness of our G/T students’ needs on Monday, November 13. Celebrate giftedness through shared stories and discussions on FacebookTwitter, and TAGT Connect. Use the hashtags #whyGT #GTday #gtchat and #TAGT to take part in the conversation.


Parent Information Night

The HSI-Sugarland College Counseling Department offers several parent nights to educate and inform our parents of the college admission process. Here are the opportunities for our sophomore and junior students` parents to attend to learn more about your child`s college admission journey. You are cordially invited to attend the HSI-Sugarland Sophomore and Junior Parent`s Information Nights presented by the college counseling department.

10th Grade
Location: Multi-Purpose Room
Date: Thursday, November 16th, 2017
Time: 6:00-7:30 pm
Topics to be Presented:
  • College Application Process
  • Important Dates/Deadlines
  • Financial Aid Information
  • Parent Questions
11th Grade

Location: Multi-Purpose Room
Date: Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
Time: 6:00-7:30 pm
Topics to be Presented:
  • College Application Process
  • Important Dates/Deadlines
  • Financial Aid Information
  • Parent Questions
Any questions, please contact the college counseling office.

Parents Right to know

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was passed by the U.S. Congress and signed into law on December 10, 2015.  The ESSA replaces the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) and is the latest reauthorization of theElementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).  Under ESSA, all schools receiving Title I funds must inform parents of their right to ask schools about the professional qualifications of their child’s teachers.  HSI-Sugar Land encourages parents to communicate with their child’s teacher(s) on a regular basis.  Additionally, parents are welcome to contact their child’s Dean of Academics, Mrs. Qutob for middle School and Mrs. Ahmad for high school, or the Dean of Students, Mr. Duff.  If you would like to view a teacher’s license, please access this link: https://secure.sbec.state.tx.us/sbeconline/virtcert.asp.  For more information on ESSA and the role of parents, please visit the United States Department of Education’s website at https://www2.ed.gov/policy/elsec/leg/essa/index.html.

TEA Distinction Designation

HSI-Sugar Land is proud to celebrate our outstanding accountability ratings as determined by the Texas Education Agency.  Our exemplary 2017 STAAR scores have earned us all seven possible distinctions; our campus is one of only 400 total schools statewide to have merited such an achievement.  According to Commissioner of Education Mike Morath, “Earning one or more campus distinctions is noteworthy and should be a source of pride in a community.  Earning all possible distinctions is a significant accomplishment and should signal to parents that there is extraordinary work taking place on campus.”  HSI-Sugar Land feels deep pride and gratitude for the students, teachers, staff, and parents who contribute to the extraordinary work we do.

Please see the attached documents to view HIS-Sugar Land’s accountability summary reports from 2017 and years prior.






Spinal Testing for School

Our campus will be conducting a state mandatory  spinal screening for all 9th grade students. This procedure for screening is simple. The nurse’s aid is certified and has years of experience in this procedure. All boys and girls will be examined individually. If your student has received this examination within this year please submit the report to the nurse’s aid to avoid a 2nd screening. If, for religious reasons you wish your student not to be screened, you must submit a signed Notarized exemption form and turn it in by November 13, 2017. Student or parents may pick up an exemption form from the front office.

Spinal Screening Information

Picture Day Logo.

Dear Students and Staff,

Picture Day will be next week November 14th and November 15th. Be prepared to look your best this day!

Debate Team poses after competition!

Last weekend HSI Debate competed at Gregory Portland High school. Out of 25 schools, Sameet took 7th out of his room of 41 congressional debaters. Sameet, Ziya, Sumama, Yussra, and Anely, advanced to semi finals of extemporaneous speaking. Anely also advanced to octo finals in championship level Lincoln Douglas Debate. Congratulations team! We compete next on November 10th and 11th at Katy Taylor High School.

Volleyball Girls pose Pre-game.

Congratulations to our middle school girls’ volleyball team for their successful performance at the Regional Championship! They are the Regional Championship Runners-up!

Logo for VOLY school system

Dear Parents,

Harmony Public Schools has started implementing a new and improved, user-friendly online system, VOLY, for our parent volunteers. Parents who want to volunteer can easily create a VOLY account, track the volunteering opportunities for our school and allowing our parents to volunteer and make a difference where it matters most.
Sign up to become a volunteer today! The link for VOLY can be found here or under the Parents Tab.
Thank you!

Students Volunteering at Star of Hope Organization.

Our For The Children (FTC) club members prepared 300 sandwiches and snacks for the women at Star of Hope. State Representative Ron Reynolds and Judge Joel Clouser Sr. joined and supported us for this manner! We truly appreciate our students, teachers, PTO members and board member Melody Miles from Star of Hope!

Student performs experiment.

Harmony Scientific Research Society kicked off! Our students are conducting advanced microbiology experiments under the supervision of experienced scientists at Texas Institute of Biotechnology E&R.