ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Grades PK-4)
The district has ten elementary schools: Lakewood Elementary, Willow Creek Elementary, Canyon Pointe Elementary and Wildwood Elementary in the southern part of the district, Tomball Elementary in the central, Decker Prairie Elementary in the north, Rosehill Elementary in the west and Creekside Forest Elementary, Timbercreek Elementary & Creekview Elementary in the northeast.
Students receive instruction in language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, music, art, and physical education. Certified librarians, art, physical education/health, and music instructors are staffed on each campus. Full-time counselors and nurses also serve each school. Support services include special education, gifted and talented, ESL/Bilingual, reading intervention and math intervention
HIGH SCHOOL (Grades 9-12)
Tomball High School and Tomball Memorial High School operate on a seven-period schedule with the school year consisting of two semesters. Over 250 courses are offered to prepare students for post-high school learning and work. Advanced placement and dual credit courses are offered in 24 different areas ranging from art to physics.
Excellence is a priority of our high schools as is reflected in the mission statement. Student achievement is at the center of the schools which consistently receive awards for performances in academic competitions, on the fields, and the stages.
TOMBALL STAR ACADEMY
The Tomball Star Academy, Early College High School provides a rigorous, supportive learning environment that blends high school and the first two years of college. Students may earn up to 60 college credit hours and an Associates of Art degree by the time they graduate from high school free of charge.
The Tomball Connections Academy is an alternative campus setting serving the Alternative Education Program and an adaptive behavior classroom. This campus includes students in grades 5-12 for Tomball ISD. The staff of TAEC is committed to helping all students make academic and behavioral progress.
Special Education services are provided in the least restrictive environment considered appropriate for individual students. The Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities (PPCD) serves eligible students aged 3 through 5. A continuum of services is available for eligible special education students in grades K-12. This continuum includes in-class support, specialized support, self-contained programs, as well as, related services. Related services include counseling, occupational and physical therapy, and adapted physical education, transportation, orientation and mobility services, and health services.