Kenneth W.  Hodgkinson, Ed. D.
Campus Principal
Donda Slaydon, Ed. D.
Associate Principal
22625 Sandy Lane
Porter, TX  77365
Phone: (281) 577-5900
Fax: (281) 577-9175

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  • Spartan Lady Soccer To Host Senior Night

    Come out to Texan Drive Stadium February 28th at 6:30 pm to show your support for our 3 seniors and the rest of the team. We are currently 14-0 on the season. Our current seniors have accumulated a record of 65-14-3 in these past four seasons...which is remarkable. Festivities will begin around 6:30. Our awesome seniors: Valerie Medrano Kimberly Rodriguez Delaney Thomas

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  • FCCLA STATE Bound!

    Porter High School FCCLA competed on February 17th at the Regional Competition in Galveston. Click on the headline to see details.

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  • Medical Skills USA Dominate at District Competition

    Medical Skills USA students dominated at the district competition winning several awards. Click the title for details and photos!

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  • PHS Spartan Choir

    On February 3, 2017, several choir students participated in the UIL Solo Vocal Competition. Students came back with 58 medals, and 22 students will be advancing to STATE! Click headline for details.

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  • Spartan DECA heading to State!

    On top of advancing 15 students to the Texas DECA Career Development Conference, Porter DECA has earned a few more accolades over the past month.

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  • Spartan HOSA to State!

    Spartan Medical Team from HOSA did a great job at their weekend competition! Victoria Rivera brought home 1st place in Life Support Skills and Ailani Maniego received 1st place in Medical Spelling after a 3 hour spell off! Both ladies are State bound at the end of March.

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  • Culinary Arts in the News!

    Prostart Management was 1st place and move on to state! Team Members: (team captain) Colleene Magtuloy Jasmine Cruse, and Amber Mills

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  • Parent Connection Newsletter

    Click on the link above to view the February Region 16 Parent Connection Newsletter in English or Spanish. Together we make a difference!

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  • No Home WiFi- No Problem

    Click on the headline above to view an interactive map of free wifi establishments in our Area!

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  • ​ PHS Cosmetology Hosts Color Run for Homeless

    January 7th Porter High School cosmetology SkillsUSA held the first Color Run benefiting the Montgomery County Homeless Coalition. The students received donations from Porter Kroger,Fat Boys Restaurant, 3B's Diner ,friends, and family. Through these donations they were able to raise $640 for the homeless in our area. Cosmetology would like to Thank Criminal Justice ,CJ explorers and PHS Engineering for their help and contributions to the event. The top three runners for the run were Austin And Richard Zambrano and Mr.Jose Berelles. It was an awesome and VERY cold event but was for a great cause !!

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  • PHS Lights Up NCISD Hour of Code

    PHS Student and Faculty Representatives Participate in 3rd Annual NCISD Hour o Code at Texan Drive Stadium Community Room. Click the Title for More Details and Pictures!

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  • PHS Tree Showcase

    Click to see a Virtual Display of our Holiday Tree Display!

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  • PHS FFA competes at District V FFA Leadership Contest

    Porter FFA competed in the District V FFA Leadership Contest. All 11 teams placed and 2 teams advanced to the Area Contest in Brenham. Click title for more details.

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  • PHS TAFE competes at Region 6 Competition

    Porter High School Texas Association of Future Educators competed at the TAFE Region 6 Competition at The Woodlands College Park High School. Click to see full results!

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  • Statement Regarding Open Carry of Handguns by License Holders
    On January 1, 2016, legislation enacted by the 84th Texas Legislature permitting the open carry of properly holstered handguns by licensed individuals becomes effective. This legislation does not affect the possession of prohibited weapons, including, but not limited to, handguns by license holders, as set forth in federal and state law regarding school district property. In addition to the general prohibition of firearms on school district property by the Federal Gun-Free Schools Act, state law prohibits the possession of prohibited weapons “on the physical premises of a school or educational institution, any grounds or building in which an activity sponsored by a school or educational institution is being conducted, or a passenger transportation vehicle of a school or educational institution.” Tex. Penal Code § 46.03(a)(1). Even individuals licensed to carry a handgun are subject to this prohibition. Additionally, license holders could be subject to separate criminal offenses for criminal trespass when proper notification is posted, and/or for carrying a handgun, concealed or openly carried in a holster, on a premises where a high school sporting event or interscholastic event is taking place. Tex. Penal Code §§ 30.06, 30.07, 46.035(f). Thank you for your anticipated compliance. The District will continue to enforce these prohibitions in order to promote the safety and security of all NCISD students and staff.
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    New Caney Independent School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability in providing education services, activities, and programs, including vocational programs. For more information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact District Title IX Coordinator Scott Castleberry, and/or the Section 504 Coordinator, Dr. Delinda Neal, at 21580 Loop 494, New Caney, Texas 77357 281-577-8600.

    La directiva del Distrito Escolar Independiente de New Caney prohíbe la discriminación en base a raza, color, origen nacional, género, edad, o incapacidad en sus programas generales y vocacionales, servicios y actividades, o sus prácticas de empleo. La falta de habilidad en el idioma Ingles no será una barrera para matriculación y participación en todos los programas educacionales y vocacionales. Para más información sobre sus derechos o procesos de quejas, llame al Coordinador del Título IX, Scott Castleberry, y/o a la Coordinadora de la Sección 504 Dr. Delinda Neal, 21580 Loop 494, New Caney, Texas 77357, 281-577-8600.
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