When Woodforest Bank Stadium opened its gates in 2008, it was the crown jewel of a Conroe ISD sports complex that came with a $40 million price tag. And since that time, The Woodlands High School football program has certainly gotten its money’s worth.
The Highlanders captured their 30th consecutive victory at their home venue on Friday evening, defeating George Ranch 52-12 in non-district action behind 313 all-purpose yards and five touchdowns from Texas Tech commit Kesean Carter. Read more…
Students from the Conroe ISD Academy of Science and Technology automatically qualified for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Philadelphia. Front row from left: Christine Castagna, Michael Bohnet and Maggie Steiner. Back row from left: Matthew Frangos, Reagan Spexarth and Matthew Caffet.
Sophomore Kaitlyn Ramirez, from the John Cooper School, was the top winner in the environmental science category for her project “Water Contaminant Removal Will It Glow?”
Seven Montgomery County teens are getting the chance to show off their smarts at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in may after qualifying in Houston.
Six Conroe ISD students from the Academy of Science and Technology, and one John Cooper School student won Grand Awards at the Houston Science and Engineering Fair, which allowed them to skip the ExxonMobil Texas Science and Engineering Fair (EMTSEF) in San Antonio if they chose. Their projects ranged in issues from medicine to transportation to public policy. click here for complete story
The Woodlands Area Student Center is the center of student affairs and activities. The Center offers information on a variety of academic & athletic events occurring in the Woodlands area.