Dear Parents,

This is to inform you that due to inclement weather/ makeup days, we will have school on February 19th, 2018.






Our engineering students will be visiting Aggieland this Saturday, an annual campus-wide open house for prospective students and their families. During this one day, they will meet current students, tour t

he dorms, visit libraries and computer labs and see what Texas A&M has to offer you. They will also learn more about the colleges and majors, get information about admission and pick up some financial aid and scholarship information, too.


We will have a one-day indoor soccer tournament among our students.

Location: Gym

Time and Date: 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm, Friday, February 9th.

Good luck to all 8 teams!

Dear Parents:
Here is the Up-Date on the Bell Schedule Due to Inclement Weather/Missed Days.
  • School start time is 7:50
  • School end time is 3:10
  • Starting Date is Monday, February 5th, 2018
  • Please see details here
Thank You,

Dear Parents and Students,

Please join us for our Annual STEM Festival and Open House on February 3rd,  2018

STEM Fest: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Open House: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Please see the click on flyer for more information.

We are very happy to announce that Mariam Dumitrascu, one of the 4 high school girls under Ms. Kavas’s College Readiness and Leadership Program, has earned the Bronze Certificate – the first step to the Congressional Gold Medal Award!
The Congressional Award is the United State Congress award for young Americans and known as one of the “Best Youth Award.” Students in Ms. Kavas’s College Readiness and Leadership Program (CRLP) have been diligently working to reach their individual goals in four areas (Voluntary Public Service, Personal Development, Physical Fitness, and Expedition/Exploration) on their journey of achieving the Congressional Gold Medal Award.
Congratulations to Mariam for her dedication and success!
We are proud to announce that all 3 boys’ teams have earned another trip to the Texas Charter League State Regional Basketball Playoffs!
Besides, our Junior Varsity Girls have made it to the Texas Charter League State Regional Playoffs their first year back!
Here are our district accomplishments for this year:
VARSITY BOYS TEAM:  District Co-Champions  11-1 record
JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS TEAM: 2nd Place 6-2 record
JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS TEAM:  District Champions 9-1 record
MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS TEAM:  2nd Place  6-2 record
All playoff and championship games will be played at Mi3 Center, 1135 Ella Crossing Dr, Houston, 77090.
The Playoff Schedule is as follow;
Wednesday, January 31  Quarterfinals
Game Time:   5:00 pm  vs.  Yes Prep North Forest  Court A.
Thursday, February 1   Semifinals (If we beat YP North Forest)
Game Time:  5:00 pm  vs.  Yes Prep Southeast  Court A.
Saturday, February 2   Finals (If we beat YP Southeast)
Game Time:  6:30 pm  Opponent to be announced.
Monday, January 29 Semifinals
Game Time:  7:00 pm
Saturday, February 2   Finals (If we qualify)
Game Time:  6:30 pm
Monday, January 29  Quarterfinals
Game Time:   8:00 pm  vs.  Yes Prep Gulfton  Court B.
Tuesday, January 30   Semifinals (If we beat YP Gulfton)
Game Time:  6:30 pm  vs. HSI – Katy  Court B.
Friday, February 2   Finals (If we beat HSI – Katy)
Game Time:  5:00 pm  Opponent to be announced.
Monday, January 29  Quarterfinals
Game Time:   4:00 pm  vs. IL Texas Westpark  Court D.
Monday, January 29  Quarterfinals (If we beat IL Texas Westpark)
Game Time:  6:00 pm  vs.  Lawson Academy  Court B
Tuesday, January 30   Semifinals (If we win both games Monday)
Game Time:  5:30 pm  Opponent to be announced.
Thursday, February 1   Finals(If we win Tuesday)
Game Time:  6:30 pm  Opponent to be announced.
Please come and support our teams on their championship journey!
Go Mustangs!

Our FTC Robotics Team “Mustangs” 10354 won the Southwest Houston League Championship at Dulles High School and have advanced to regional.

Below are the awards and nominations of our team:

The Winning Alliance (1st place), The Design Award (1st place), The Control Award (1st place), The Think Award (2nd place), and The Rockwell Collins Innovate Award (3rd place)

Regionals will take place on February 17th, at San Jacinto Community College.

Go Mustangs!

As Harmony School of Innovation Sugar Land High School is ranked 8th in Houston area and named as one of the top 10 High Schools according to Children at Risk, our middle school is also selected among the top 20 out of all middle schools in greater Houston area at the annual rankings for the Lone Star State’s best middle schools. Congratulations to our successful students and dedicated staff for this great achievement!

Dear Parents:

During the weeks of January 22 and January 29, students in grade levels 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th will take tests called Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®). We give students MAP tests to determine your child’s instructional level and to measure academic growth throughout the school year and from year to year in the areas of Reading, Language, and Math. Your child will take the tests on a computer.

MAP tests are unique in that they adapt to be appropriate for your child’s level of learning. As a result, each student has the same opportunity to succeed and maintain a positive attitude toward testing.  Additionally with MAP tests, we can administer shorter tests and use less class time while still receiving detailed, accurate information about your child’s growth. Following each testing period, you will receive a report showing your child’s growth.

For more information on resources for parents, download the Parent Guide.


HSI – Sugar Land

Dear Parents,
Please read the following message reiterating our school dress code policy:
Harmony Public Schools’ dress code policy was established to create a safe and orderly environment, teach grooming and promote proper hygiene, instill discipline, and eliminate competition and distraction.  As we kick off the spring semester, we believe it is important to review these policies, which can be found on pages 16-18 in the Student Handbook.  Please make sure your child arrives to school in appropriate dress every morning.  Students will not be allowed to attend class until they are appropriately dressed and any missed class time will be counted as an unexcused absence.  Violations of these policies will result in incremental disciplinary action.
Some of the most common violations we are experiencing on our campus include students trying to wear non-permitted outerwear (hoodies, sweatshirts, jackets, etc), inappropriate pants (joggers, jeans, yoga/spandex, holes), and footwear (sandals).
The only acceptable items that may be worn over the school shirt in includes v-neck cardigans or v-neck vests in solid colors of navy, red, or black, or the Harmony-logo fleece that was sold in previous years.  All other items must be taken off before entering the building and stored in the students’ locker.  Classrooms are kept at comfortable temperatures, but if students are still cold with a cardigan, they may wear solid colored long sleeve shirts under their school uniform, or purchase some of the new long-sleeved uniform shirts from the front office.
Pants must be blue, black, or khacki pants/slacks and fitted with a leather belt.  Inappropriate pants include jeans, cargo style, yoga, joggers, spandex.  All pants must fit properly, be worn at the waist, must be free of holes/tears, and may not be rolled up at the legs.
All footwear must have closed toes/heels.  Sandals or slides are not permitted.


Attention Parents,
It is flu season and we want to prevent any viruses from spreading, here are some tips that will help to prevent this. For more information please contact our nurse’s aide  Mrs. Sophia Cazares.

There will be a Staff Development/Student Holiday this Thursday/Friday January 4th and 5th. Students will come back to campus on Monday January 8th. We hope you enjoyed the holidays and please don’t forget to submit your re-enrollment forms. The due date is coming near!

Our FTC Robotics Team Mustang Robotics 10354 got first place in FIRST Tech Challenge – Southwest Houston Area League Play-2!
League Championship will be held on January 27th at Dulles High School! Go Mustangs!
Congratulations to all team members!

HSI Sugar Land debate team competed in Big Questions Debate at Harmony School of Advancement. Out of 28 competitors, Richard took 3rd, Zainab took 2nd, and Anjali took 1st. We congratulate our students for their success!



You are being asked to complete this survey to help all members of the school (students, parents, and school personnel) understand how you feel about your school.

As you respond to each item, focus on your thoughts and feelings based on your own personal experiences as a student.

There are no right or wrong answers—this is not a test! We just want to know how you feel. Your responses will provide us with important information to help your school become even better.

All of your responses are completely anonymous, which means that your teachers or family will not see your answers. No one will ever see how you filled out your own survey.

This survey should take you approximately 10 minutes.

Thank you for taking this survey!

Harmony School of Innovation Sugar Land is ranked 8th in Houston and named as one of the top 10 High Schools according to Children at Risk. Congratulations to our successful students and dedicated staff for this great achievement!

Girls Soccer Tryouts
Girls Varsity Soccer Tryouts will be held Thursday, January 18 and Friday, January 19, 2018,  from 3:30-5:00 at Eldridge Park.
High School Girls and any middle school girls interested in possibly playing up with high school can tryout as well, with parent permission. Sign up outside Room 318 by Tuesday January 16, 2018.  Girls need to be dressed in appropriate athletic wear, both tennis shoes and cleats if you have them, water and a ball. Please wear a solid color shirt. The team roster will be posted the following Monday. Please see Coaches with any questions; Ms. McCarthy, Ms. Connelly and Ms. Luxton.  We are excited for the new season, see you out there!

Re-enrollment picture


Dear Students and Parents,

From December 1st to January 12th, Harmony School of Innovation- Sugarland will be accepting re-enrollment forms for current students. If the student fails to turn in the form, he/she will have to repeat the lottery process if they wish to return.

To complete the re-enrollment process, parents must log in to Skyward and submit their proof of residency.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call the school registrar.

We hope to see you next year!

Build a career at Harmony Public Schools

We are now accepting applications from certified ESL and Bilingual Teachers.

Apply Now

Dream Job

Dr. Purghol's Career Day visit

Dr. Purghol visited our campus and gave a career talk to inspire students interested in the medical field. We appreciate Dr. Purghol for his visit and the time he dedicated for our students!

Please click each link to see the TCSAAL Basketball Schedule of our boys’ basketball teams.

Middle School: 2017-2018 MS Boys

Junior Varsity: 2017-2018 Junior Varsity

High School Varsity: 2017-2018 High School Varsity

The school report card (SRC) combines accountability ratings, data from the Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR), and financial information to give a broad view of campus performance. Available for each campus in Texas, the SRC is intended specifically to inform parents and guardians about a school’s individual characteristics and its academic performance. Please click the link below to see our report!

Harmony School of Innovation 2016-2017 Report Card

The HSI-Sugar Land College Counseling Department offers several parent nights to educate and inform our parents of the college admission process. Here are the opportunities for our 8th Grade and freshmen students` parents to attend to learn more about your child`s college admission journey.
You are cordially invited to attend the HSI-Sugar Land 8th & 9th grade Parent`s Information Nights presented by the HSI-Sugar Land College Counseling Department.
8th Grade
Location: Multi-Purpose Room
Date: Thursday, December 14th, 2017
Time: 6:00-7:30 pm
Topics to be Presented:
  • Transition to High School
  • High School Academic Programs
  • Important Dates/Deadlines
  • Extracurricular Activities
  • Parent Questions

9th Grade

Location: Multi-Purpose Room
Date: Tuesday, December 12th, 2017
Time: 6:00-7:30 pm
Topics to be Presented:
  • College Application Process
  • Important Dates/Deadlines
  • Financial Aid Information
  • Parent Questions

DA Info

Dear Parents,

Please read the following documents about DA testing for next week.

The following document can be read here: District Assessments Testing 2017