Campus Profile


Student Enrollment:

Seniors 505
Juniors 562
Sophomores 552
Freshmen 570

Total 2189

Campus Profile Sheet (pdf)


It's About Working Together

In SBISD, two-way dialogue, information sharing and community input are part of our DNA. We're proud of a long and very successful history of strong community involvement.

Local residents provide valuable, ongoing guidance and support to the district. They reflect the Board of Trustees' and district leadership's interest in tapping into local expertise and resources.

Advanced Courses Offered at

Spring Woods High School

 English I: Pre-AP
English II: Pre-AP
English III: AP, DC
English IV: AP, DC
Geometry: Pre-AP
Algebra II: Pre-AP
Pre-Calculus: Pre-AP
Calculus AB: AP
Calculus BC: AP
Statistics: AP
Biology I: Pre-AP
Biology II: AP
Chemistry I: Pre-AP
Chemistry II: AP
Environmental Science: AP
Physics I: Pre-AP, AP
U.S. Government: AP, DC
Economics: AP, DC
World Geography: Pre-AP
Human Geography: AP
U.S. History: AP, DC
World History: Pre-AP, AP
European History: AP
Psychology: AP
French III: Pre-AP
French IV: AP
French V: AP
Spanish III: Pre-AP
Spanish IV: Pre-AP
Spanish V: AP
Studio Art: AP
Art History: AP

About Spring Woods High School

• Comprehensive public high school (grades 9-12) offering challenging, college bound high school experience for a diverse student body where 75% of students qualify for free/reduced lunch. Through high quality teaching, the integration of technology, and a wide range of electives and enrichment experiences our students are challenged to understand and engage in our global society.

• Over the past six years, Spring Woods has nearly tripled the percentage of students offered college scholarships, reaching $2.1 million in 2013.

• #1, Greater Houston’s Best Urban Comprehensive High School, Children at Risk - 2011

• GEAR UP Grant, U.S. Department of Education, Class of 2011

• Strong relationship with area businesses and colleges provides students with job shadowing opportunities, mentors and college scholarship support

• Partnership with Houston Community College offers students a full Early College program where they can earn up to 30 college credit hours while still in high school

• Texas Education Agency Gold Performance Award – 2010, 2009, 2008

• Specialized programs for students with specifi c career/academic interest: Health Occupations Students of America, Future Teachers of America internship program, rocket design course, highly competitive debate and UIL academic teams, and an in-house broadcasting program that engages students in realworld projects on campus and in the community

• Co-curricular program includes award-winning fi ne arts program with state-of-the-art facilities for band, orchestra, choir, art theater and dance, as well as other academic and special interest clubs, National Honor Society, and student government

• UIL sponsored athletic programs, Class 6A: baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball, swimming/diving, tennis, track & fi eld, volleyball