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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.




Halloween is a magnificent night of laughter and terror roaming the streets in costumes and saying “trick or treat”. Everybody will be out on Halloween Night looking candy and spooks, but this holiday did not start out like that. The word Halloween originates from the term “All Hallows Eve”. This occurred on October 31, the […]
On the fourth day of homecoming students get a blast from the past by dressing in their favorite time periods. Mrs. Hawkins, who wore her Lake letter jacket from 1998 said, “Homecoming week is such a fun tradition here. I can’t wait for my own children to attend.” The last day of homecoming week is […]
On day three of the Homecoming countdown, students have dressed up in different cultures. “I think it’s really neat to see the people who dressed in their own heritage,” said Maddie Capoy. Throughout the hallways students have been wrapped in the fabrics from around the globe. Get groovy falcons because tomorrow is Throwback Thursday. Students […]
The countdown to homecoming has begun. Students gave dress as their favorite characters. Alayna Burns, who dressed as an inmate from Orange is the New Black said, “I’m not particular character from the show but I had the orange prison custom.” Get ready Falcons for tomorrow’s “Twin Tuesday,” where students are encouraged to dress identical […]
Last Monday, the country watched as the Republican nominee, Donald Trump, and the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, debated key issues that Americans are asking during the 2016 election. The two candidates expressed their opinions on racial relations between the black community and police force, birtherism, Trump’s alleged tax evasion, Clinton’s email scandal,and other topics. The […]