Dekaney High School

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Andy Dekaney High School
Dekaney High School, Front View..jpg
22351 Imperial Valley Drive
Harris County, Texas
United States
Type Public school
Motto " Leading The Way To Excellence "
Established 2007
School district Spring I.S.D
Superintendent Dr. Rodney E. Watson
Principal David Braxter
Enrollment 2,688
Number of students n/a
Color(s) Kentucky Blue, Silver, White and Black


Newspaper = The Paw Print

Andy Dekaney High School is a public secondary school located at 22351 Imperial Valley Drive at Bammel Road in unincorporated Harris County, Texas, United States, with a ZIP code of 77073.

Dekaney serves a small portion of Houston and sections of unincorporated Harris County. Dekaney serves the communities of Cranbrook, Glen Abbey,[1] and Remington Ranch.[2]

The school, which serves grades 9 through 12, is a part of the Spring Independent School District.


Dekaney High School, which opened in 2007, is named after Andy Dekaney, a former district school board member.[3]

In 2015 the school administration announced that it would create "small learning communities" within Dekaney in order to improve academic performance, and each would have a dedicated section of the school.[4]

In February 2017 the district proposed redrawing the attendance boundaries of its high schools; this would take effect in the 2020-2021 school year. The district also plans to establish one ninth grade center for each comprehensive high school.[5] According to the proposed 2020-2021 high school map, the eastern portion of the Spring census-designated place will be reassigned from Spring High School to Dekaney High School.[6][7][8]

Academic performance[edit]

The school received the Texas Education Agency (TEA) ratings of "academically unacceptable" or "improvement required", the lowest rankings, in 2008, 2011, and 2013. Nora Olabi of The Spring Observer wrote in 2015 that Dekaney "has struggled to maintain high academic standards."[4]

Student body[edit]

As of 2015 it had about 2,600 students.[4]

Clubs and organizations[edit]

  • Skills USA
  • Skills Culinary Arts
  • Dekaney Choir
  • Wildcat Band
  • Wildcat Wire
  • Blue Prints Yearbook
  • Student Council
  • DHS Cheerleaders
  • Dekaney Diamonds
  • Chess Club
  • Christian Club
  • Future Farmers of America
  • Thespian Society
  • Dekaney Colorguard
  • Teen Court
  • HOSA
  • Dekaney Fight Club

Feeder schools[edit]

Middle schools

  • Bammel Middle School
  • Rickey C. Bailey Middle School
  • Edwin M. Wells Middle School
  • Stelle Claughton Middle School
  • Twin Creeks Middle School
  • Dr. Edward Roberson Middle School

Elementary schools

  • Bammel
  • Beneke
  • Clark Primary
  • Clark Intermediate
  • Cooper
  • Heritage
  • Lewis
  • Link
  • Meyer
  • Ponderosa
  • Reynolds (Oak Creek)
  • Thompson
  • Booker
  • Salyers


External links[edit]

Coordinates: 30°01′03″N 95°25′15″W / 30.0175°N 95.4209°W / 30.0175; -95.4209