Conroe High School

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Conroe High School
Conroe High School.jpg
3200 West Davis Street

School typePublic high school
MottoPride and Unity
School districtConroe Independent School District
SuperintendentCurtis Null
PrincipalRotasha Smith
Enrollment3,940[1] (2017-2018)
Color(s)          Gold and White
Athletics conferenceUIL Class AAAAAA
Team nameTigers/Tigerettes
NewspaperThe Triumph

Conroe High School is a secondary school in Conroe, Texas, and is the flagship campus of Conroe ISD. The school is a part of the Conroe Independent School District and serves the CISD portion of the city of Conroe, Cut and Shoot, and River Plantation.

The campus was initially built in 1964 to replace the older Davy Crockett High School as Conroe's primary high school. The new campus was then named for the community it serves.[citation needed]

The school absorbs a diverse student body with a slim majority of Hispanics in addition to a sizable portion of whites and African Americans, among other races.[2]

In 2006, a huge renovation and addition construction project was begun, adding a new wing to the main building, but also another building adjacent to the Rotunda on the western part of campus.

Also found at Conroe High School is the Academy for Science and Health Professions. In this magnet program, Academy students graduate from Conroe High School and Caney Creek High School.

From the 2013–14 school year, Conroe High School's Freshmen Class attended school at the new Conroe High School 9th Grade Campus (formerly John V. Peet Junior High School prior to occupying the new building on Longmire Rd.)[citation needed]


As of the 2017-2018 school year, CHS had 3,940 students enrolled.[1]

  • 55.0% were Hispanic
  • 30.2% were White
  • 10.1% were African American
  • 1.9% were Asian
  • 0.6% were American Indian
  • 0.1% were Pacific Islander
  • 2.1% were part of Two or More races

57.2% of students were listed as Economically Disadvantaged, and 13% were English Language Learners.


At the beginning of each school year, the Texas Education Agency assigns schools a grade based on three different indices: Student Achievement, School Progress, and Closing the Gaps. For each index, schools are classified as "Met Standard" if they receive a grade of at least 60 out of 100. In 2018, Conroe High School received an overall score of 79 and was classified as "Met Standard." The school received scores of 81 in Student Achievement, 81 in School Progress, and 74 in Closing the Gaps. In addition, the agency also awards schools with "Distinction Designations" if they outperform schools with similar demographics. In 2018, Conroe High School was awarded two of the seven possible Distinction Designations: Academic Achievement in Science and Academic Achievement in Social Studies.[3]

Feeder patterns[edit]

The following schools feed into Conroe High School:[4][5]

Elementary (K-4) schools:

  • Anderson
  • Armstrong
  • Austin (partial)
  • Giesinger
  • Houston
  • Patterson
  • Reaves
  • Rice
  • Runyan
  • Wilkinson

Flex (K-6) schools:

  • Stewart

Intermediate (5-6) schools:

  • Bozman
  • Cryar
  • Travis

Junior High (7-8) schools:

  • Peet
  • Washington

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Profile: Conroe H S". Texas Education Agency. Retrieved 28 December 2018.
  2. ^ "2011-12 Academic Excellence Indicator System Campus Reports". Texas Education Agency. Retrieved May 1, 2013.
  3. ^ "Overview: Conroe H S". Texas Education Agency. Retrieved December 28, 2018.
  4. ^ Conroe Feeder Map. Conroe Independent School District. Retrieved 29 December 2018.
  5. ^ Conroe Feeder pattern. Conroe Independent School District. Retrieved 29 December 2018.
  6. ^ "Jeromy Burnitz Stats". Baseball Almanac. Retrieved November 21, 2012.
  7. ^ "Andrew Cashner Stats". Baseball Almanac. Retrieved November 21, 2012.

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