Clear Lake High School is consistently one of the top rated schools in Texas and in the United States. In 2019, the campus earned four distinctions from the Texas Education Agency: Reading/ ELA, Math, Science, and top 25% in student progress.
For the second year in a row, U.S. News recognized CLHS as one of the top high schools in the nation. Houston Chronicle ranked CLHS 10th in the Houston area for College Prep and awarded it an overall Grade of A+. The average SAT score earned by CLHS students in the class of 2018 is 1201 and the average ACT score is 25.9. We are consistently recognized on the State and National level in Fine Arts, CTE, Athletics and UIL Activities.
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.
Clear Lake High School is proud to be the home of the 2020 CCISD Secondary Teacher of the Year, Amanda Hawkins, and the H.E.B. Rising Star Award winner, Laura Dunham.
Clear Lake High School is extremely proud to be the home of the 2020 Texas Music Educators Association Honor String Orchestra.
School Colors: Blue and Red
School Mascot: Falcon