The 2017 Porter High School Football schedule is now available.
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On Saturday May 6, 2017, Porter High School hosted the first ever PHS School Maker Faire. The maker movement is growing at an extreme pace to meet the demands of the millennial mind-set and the exponential changes in the technological landscape. The Maker Faire is a celebration of this movement through invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. It’s a place to show what we’ve made and to share what we’ve learned with others. Maker Faires are a perfect combination of part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new. Please click the title to read all about the momentous event!
The Texas High School Athletic Directors Association and Whataburger recently named Kali Simpson, from Porter High School, as the 2017 Scholar-Athlete Female Award Recipient. As part of the award, Kali will receive a $1,500.00 scholarship. Click to read more.
On April 28 and 29th, Porter High sent 8 Criminal Justice students and 2 Fire Academy Cadets to participate in the El Paso Border Challenge. The weekend was action packed. Jacob Wilson, Sydney Busby, Bryan Rodas, Christian Hernandez, Tyler McDanel, Christina Bess, John Garcia, and Michael Carreon represented the CJ Department with Robert Barrientos and Madison Kleinsorge represented the Fire Academy. Porter placed in 9 of the 15 events winning the overall 1st place trophy. Click on the Title to view photos from the event!
Deandre Fontenot, Kameron Washington, and Tierra Mauney sign Letters of Intent at a ceremony April 26, 2017. Click headline to view more photos and details.
The Porter HS FCCLA chapter competed at the state competition in Dallas April 6-8. Fifteen students competed in this competition. Six students qualify for Nationals and three students place. Click the title for detailed results
PHS Technology Students Association (TSA) competed in Waco for the state competition. 70 projects from 8 students earned 26 total awards including 10 first place and 6 second place medals for projects that included wood-working, photography, technical drawing, electronics, and t-shirt design. Click the title for detailed results and photos.
Tobias' Lady Spartan track and field team accumulated seven individual gold medals which helped lift the team to the District 21-5A team title, a first a program history! Click the title for more on the story!!
March 27, 2017 - Members of the Rotary Club of East Montgomery County enjoyed the musical talent of students from the Porter High School Orchestra on March 25.
April 4, 2017 - Porter High School HOSA students Victoria Rivera and Ailani Maniego traveled to Corpus Christi, Texas, for the HOSA state competition.
PHS Criminal Justice Dept. came in 2nd place out of 40 teams in Building Search at the Lake Jackson Criminal Justice Competition.
On Saturday, March 25th, Porter High School Culinary competed in the Texas Restaurant Association's State Prostart Restaurant Management Competition. We are proud to announce that we placed 1st at State and are now heading to Nationals in South Carolina to represent Texas. Click Title for More Details
On March 9 and 10 Porter High School took 83 projects to Regional Competition. We have 73 advancing to state competition! Click Title for Details!
March 3, 2017 - The Air Force Junior ROTC instructors and cadets of Porter High School in Porter, TX earned an overall unit assessment score of “Exceeds Standards”…the highest rating attainable…during their evaluation on 27-Feb-2017
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Porter High School FCCLA competed on February 17th at the Regional Competition in Galveston. Click on the headline to see details.
Medical Skills USA students dominated at the district competition winning several awards. Click the title for details and photos!
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.
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.
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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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 !!
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!
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.
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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New Caney ISD has launched a Campus Crime Stoppers program so that students, staff and the community can report anonymously any criminal activity on campuses and receive a cash reward. Students can report crimes three ways: by calling 1-800-392-STOP (7867); downloading the App “P3 Tips” and selecting Montgomery County; and online by visiting www.montgomerycountycrimestoppers.org.
AFJROTC conducts ceremony to honor the fallen and first-responders of the 9/11 attack of 2001. Click on the headline above to view photo gallery of event.
Fourteen students from Porter High School Culinary Arts attended the Family, Community, Career and Leadership Association (FCCLA) State Competition and Leadership Conference in Dallas on April 6- April 9, 2016. At the state contest this year, Porter students brought back several awards along with a National Qualifying team. Chef Fraga and I are very proud of all the students that have shown hard work, dedication and teamwork!
Fifty Five students from Porter High School Attended the State SkillsUSA Skill and Leadership Conference in Corpus Christi March 31 - April 3, 2016. SkillsUSA is a student led organization that creates partnerships with industry to create young adults that are ready to become leaders in the workforce. At the state contest this year Porter students brought several medals back along with State and District Officers. We are very proud of all the students and the work ready skills these students have accomplished!!
Culinary students competed in Prostart Invitational February 26th against 13 regional teams. Amber Mills, Colleene Magtuloy, Marcos Hernandez, and Jasmine Cruse captured 1st in the competition and will complete at the State competition in March at the Waco Convention Center. Teams were judged in three areas; written proposal, verbal presentation, and critical thinking.
The PHS Dance I class participated in the TDEA Dance Educators' Assessment of Learning (DEAL) on February 24th at Kingwood Park High School.The Texas Dance Educators’ Associations goal is to provide dance students the opportunity to be recognized for their commitment to learning proper dance technique, terminology and performance skills. DEAL strives to align itself with similar UIL competitions for other performance-based fine arts like band, orchestra, theater, and choir. Currently, the assessment is only available to Dance 1 classes. The students learned a ballet combination from a choreographer within a 15 minute time frame. The students also incorporated a small improv section, which is very advanced for the Dance I level. The adjudicator's watched closely as the students learned the choreography to see how well they pick up choreography and understand dance terminology. After the students learned the ballet combo they had 15 minutes to work with Mrs. Karl and review the choreography. The adjudicator's also score this section to see how well the students work with their teacher and respond to her teaching strategies. At the conclusion of the assessment the students performed the choreography for the adjudicator's. The PHS Dance I class received a Division I rating, which is the best of the best! They represented PHS and New Caney ISD so well and really impressed the adjudicator's and choreographer with their knowledge of dance and ability to pick up choreography so quickly.
Sarah Jones was the first person in the history of Porter High School to represent the campus at the prestigious National Western Stock Show in Denver Jan. 20.
Success has become synonymous with Porter DECA with this year being no different. On Saturday, January 16, 25 members loaded up and made their way to Klein High School for the District V Career Development Conference. With members competing in 11 different events, the Spartan DECA members shined brighter than ever. In total, Porter advanced 21 students to the Texas DECA CDC in San Antonio. The 21 advancing is a new school record, as the Spartans advanced in 10 of 11 events they competed in. Click title for full story.
Isaac Martinez, a member of the Porter High School Band, will perform with the Texas All-State 5A Band in San Antonio, Saturday, February 13, 2016 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center as part of the 2016 Texas Music Educators Association Clinic/Convention. He was chosen for this prestigious honor through a competitive process held this year across the state at District, Region, and Area levels.
December 8, 2015 NCISD held The Hour of Code at Texan Drive Stadium Community Room. The event was one of many happening worldwide! Porter High School representatives of Student Council, Spartan Council, DECA, Culinary, Fashion, TAFE, and Spartan Techs, along with students and parents joined together to code for one hour. Click the title to read more and view pictures of the event!
On November 21st, Porter High School Culinary Arts participated in the FCCLA National Skills Competition in Dallas. The following students placed in the top five at Nationals. Chicken Fabrication: 3rd Place-Jose "JJ" Y'barbo 4th Place-Melissa Rivera Culinary Math: 2nd Place-Enrico "Rico" Molina Knife Skills: 5th Place-Tabitha Brookshire Chef Fraga and Chef Nall are very proud of these outstanding students!
On November 21st Porter High School Fashion Design participated in FCCLA National Skills Competition in Dallas. The following Students placed in the top 3 at Nationals: Fashion Sketch 1st Place- Dallana Arzola 3rd Place- Paloma Aguirre FCCLA Knowledge 1st Place- Megan Kelly
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New Caney ISD is entering its second year of a 1:1 Chromebook program for students. Chromebooks provide an enhanced learning experience for all New Caney ISD students. In order for students to be eligible to receive a Chromebook, parents must agree to the conditions set forth in the 1:Vision Handbook and sign the 1:Vision Parent Signature Form. NCISD will NOT REQUIRE a FEE prior to receiving a Chromebook. Fees will only be charged if the device is damaged. Details regarding the fee structure for damages can be found in the 1:Vision Handbook. Please click on the 1:Vision banner for access to the 2015-2016 1:Vision Handbook.