After a very successful band camp this summer, the Houston High School Band is starting the school year off strong with their marching show entitled, The Odyssey.
News & Announcements
September 2022--During homecoming week, students at Houston High School raised over $3,000 to support a fellow student and St. Jude in raucous, silly game.
September 2022, out of all the district school boards in the Delta Region, Hannah Griffin, a Houston High School student was chosen as this year's Student Recognition.
"Terry Rogers lives out loud both with integrity and honesty– he’s a walking party that people want to join."
September 2022--Terry Rogers is named the Delta Region's TSBA Volunteer of the Year, advances as a state finalist.
September 2022--Brass, strings, percussion, and woodwinds are working in unison to create a unique jazz sound as a part of Houston Middle School’s brand new Jazz Improv class.
September 2022--The Houston High Theatre is back and auditions are in full swing. Many talented young artists are directing and performing in this year's shows.
September 2022--Officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced the names of its Semifinalists in its annual National Merit Scholarship Program including eight of HHS’ Seniors:
Germantown, Tennessee—September 12, 2022—Germantown Municipal School District is proud of our students, school staff, families and community. This year, Dogwood Elementary, Farmington Elementary, Forest Hill Elementary School, and Houston High School have achieved the “Reward School” designations.
As we enter national suicide prevention month, it’s important for school districts to remind families about all of the resources that are available to them.
Artist-in-residence Kong Wee Pang visits with student artists who will be designing creative crosswalks for the City of Germantown.
August 2022--The Germantown Public Art Commission, in addition to creating art spaces, has also partnered with GMSD on an exciting new venture. The City of Germantown's Public Art Manager Cat Pena and Houston High School Art Teacher Bobby Spillman are using GMSD's most talented young artists to design "creative crosswalks" proposals for the Commission.