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About Us

Clear Lake High School is consistently one of the top rated schools in Texas and in the United States. In 2014, the campus earned all six distinctions from the Texas Education Agency: Reading/ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, Closing Performance Gaps, and Post-Secondary Readiness. 

Our curriculum consists of 436 courses for students to choose to prepare themselves for college, university, technical school or a career. Courses are offered at a regular level of study as well as an advanced level. Regular courses are the courses in which the greatest portion of the student body enrolls. Advanced Academic, Pre-Advanced Placement, and Advanced Placement courses are advanced level classes that provide students with more concentrated study in a particular field.

The mission of Clear Lake High School, the launching platform to infinite possibilities, is to ensure each student becomes a confident and contributing citizen who leads and serves with integrity, self-awareness, and passion, cultivated in a school community distinguished by meaningful relationships, inspirational learning experiences, and freedom for innovation.




With the arrival of the Texas homecoming season, what comes to mind are mums.   But, Hurricane Harvey the destruction left in the greater Houston area some seniors are finding it difficult to have the time or materials to put mums together for each other. Ashlynn Klots, a sophomore said, “I don’t like making the […]
Stephane Mooring, a stay-at-home mom and a resident of the Clear Lake area, teamed up with a friend of hers to help victims of Hurricane Harvey. To accomplish this, they came up with the Harvey Moms Organization. This organization goes to the affected people’s houses and serves the workers and families homemade bagged lunches. “Now […]
During the aftermath of hurricane Harvey, the local branch of Lockheed Martin, a prominent space engineering company, sent out its employees to assist several Harvey victims. For some members, this included bringing family with them on Saturday, September 2, when they went to League City to help clean out the survivors’ homes. “We pulled out […]
After Hurricane Harvey blew into Houston, hundreds of people were left without homes. Others suffered major damage to property.  Many were damaged, and there were casualties. Mrs. Dickie, one of Clear Lake’s librarians, has helped with many things after Hurricane Harvey.   A friend of hers was renting a house in Baycliff when the house […]