At the September meeting of the Board of Trustees, Ms. Nicole Doerre Peters was honored as the Distinguished Klein ISD Alumna.
The session was full of essential and outstanding information for students in grades 9-11 who are getting ready to take the PSAT/NMSQT on Thursday, October 26, 2023.
After 18 years of service, distinguished Klein ISD Trustee Georgan Reitmeier has announced her retirement from the Klein ISD Board of Trustees at the end of her elected term this November, 2023.
Over 85 Early Learning Pathway high school students from across Klein ISD experienced the world of teaching as they visited the Grace England Early Childhood Center.
In the Hildebrandt Intermediate music wing, soothing strains of music fill the air, creating a haven for teachers and students.
An Innovation Challenge is an opportunity for students to employ innovation and creative problem-solving skills to create a solution to a real-life problem.
Klein, TX — Nitsch Elementary made history today as the first-ever elementary school in Klein ISD to be named a 2023 National Blue Ribbon School (NBRS) by the U.S. Department of Education, joining an elite group of 353 schools across the Nation.
The “Safety Dudes” are dressed not in capes but in responsibility and pride. These 5th graders are showing their peers what it means to be brave, to lead, and to truly “take the shot!”
Prepare to be enthralled! Reserve these dates in your calendar and join us in celebrating the outstanding talent of our student performers and production crews.
Klein ISD is proud to announce that the district will be holding a winter graduation!
Klein Independent School District is thrilled to announce that Klein High, Klein Oak, Klein Collins, and Klein Cain have all been named among the “Best High Schools in the US” by U.S. News & World Report for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Klein ISD proudly announces its recent recognition as the top-rated district by parents in the Greater Houston area, according to evaluations on Niche.com.
Klein ISD Superintendent Dr. Jenny McGown has been recognized as a Top 30 Influential Women of Houston honoree.
Science teacher Andrew Brown is bringing his love for NASA to the classroom. He has been invited to participate in this year’s “Sparking Participation and Real-world eXperiences” (SPARX) Education program. The program provides educators with hands-on, standards-aligned activities, training, and resources to help engage students in engineering-based STEM learning.
The Krimmel Full Orchestra has secured a coveted spot ranking within the top six ensembles of the prestigious Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) Honor Orchestra Competition.
At the August meeting of the Board of Trustees, U.S. Congressman Wesley Hunt was honored as the Distinguished Klein ISD Alumni. Board Trustee Doug James nominated Congressman Hunt for this honor.
Klein ISD’s results from the first round of the redesigned and more rigorous State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) exams have been released and indicate year-over-year academic gains, even in light of the fact that students had to answer more questions correctly in order to receive a passing score.
Klein Forest High School’s very own Remon Smith is the Nation’s latest Coach of the Year. Following a winning track and field season, Coach Smith was recognized by MileSplit for his outstanding leadership.
Klein High School's Ms. Evangeline Mitchell has been named Texas's History Teacher of the Year by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.
Our students are at the center of everything we do in Klein ISD, and our work centers on a singular, shared vision that Every Student Enters With A Promise and Exits With A Purpose.
Klein ISD supports the success of every student by focusing on three strategic priorities—Cultivate Talent, Build Community, Reimagine Learning.
Three Guiding Documents created collectively in the community define our culture by describing the aspirational and inspirational attributes of a Klein ISD Learner, Leader, and High-Quality Teaching.
Lee has been part of the #KleinFamily since he was 3 years old when his dad became the soccer coach at Klein High School. Lee met his wife when he was a student at Klein High, and now they are raising all three of their kids in Klein. Lee and his brother opened uScore Soccer right in the heart of Klein to give back to the community that gave so much to his family.
Zeke grew up in foster care and met Klein High Counselor Katy Keener when he was a Freshman. Katy took the time to get to know him and encourage him to pursue his dreams of going to college. Today, 10 years later, Zeke credits Katy with helping him become the man he is today.
Edwin G. Theiss, affectionately known as Butch, has seen Klein grow from a small farming community to a large suburban destination for families and businesses alike. Butch joined us to tell his story in the historic Kohrville schoolhouse, one of the first school buildings in Klein ISD and one of the last still standing.
As a Klein High Class of 1975 Graduate, Lyle remembers walking through the lunch line and seeing a picture of his mom’s graduating class – class of 1945! Lyle is proud of the tradition of excellence in academics as well as the arts and contributes much of his success to his time here in Klein ISD.