Wildcat Vision Statement
The goal of Tomball Memorial High School is to graduate students who are academically and socially prepared to succeed.
Wildcat Mission Statement
The mission of Tomball Memorial High School is to provide learning opportunities for our students to take responsibility, build confidence, act with integrity, earn respect and strive for excellence in preparation for college and the workplace, and as productive citizens of our community.
Developed by TMS Student Council
Welcome Wildcat Class of 2015!
Picture Retakes - October 23rd
Picture retakes will be taken during lunch in the LGI room for ONLY students who were absent or have something wrong with their original pictures (ie. eyes shut) will be allowed to take retakes.
Open House scheduled for Thursday, September 18, 2014
Open House Brochure
Open House Schedule
Fine Art Dates
Tomball I.S.D. Rodeo Art Show - at Tomball Junior High: January 10th
Visual Art Scholastic Event - Regional Event / February 28th; State Event / April 24-25
Tomball I.S.D. Annual Fine Art Festival - May 2nd at Tomball High School
AP Studio Art Portfolio Submission - May 8th
Annual Senior Art Show Closing Reception - May 21st from 6:00p.m. to 7:30p.m.
Final Exam Schedule 2014-15
PSAT Lunch 'n Learn
Students can receive practical resources and tips to be successful on the PSAT by signing up for a PSAT Prep Lunch 'n Learn! These will be offered on September 29th, 30th and October 2nd at lunch in the LGI Room.
You must sign up to attend by registering on Naviance!
How to sign up for Lunch n Learn http://www.naviance.com
For questions, see Mrs. Phelan in the College and Career Center.
Information about PSAT
Apply Texas Application Lunch 'n Learn
September 22, 2014 in the LGI
Texas A&M Representative will be available to give you tips on completing the Apply Texas Application. Sign up on Naviance. For questions, see Mrs. Phelan in the College and Career Center.
Policy Changes to Dual Credit and AP
Dual credit is offered through an agreement between Tomball ISD and Lone Star Community College. Like any college course, there are textbooks and other supplemental materials that are required by the instructor. This year, Tomball ISD students enrolled in dual credit courses will be responsible for the cost of their textbooks and any supplemental materials required in the courses. The course instructor will communicate the required materials and will work with students to communicate the best method of obtaining the required materials for the college course. If you have any questions, please contact the campus or the course instructor.
As a reminder, this coming year, students will be responsible for the cost of their individual AP exams. Students are strongly encouraged to take the AP exams for the courses in which they are registered, however they are not required. Please note that students who choose to not take the AP exams for the courses for which they are enrolled will not earn the quality points for those courses for the spring semester. If you have any questions, please contact the campus or the course instructor.
"WE LOVE OUR WILDCATS! DO NOT EXCEED 30 MPH ON THE STREETS SURROUNDING TMHS.
PLEASE WATCH FOR STUDENTS RIDING BIKES AND RUNNERS/JOGGERS."
We welcome you to Tomball Memorial High School. First period bell rings at 7:40 and class begins at 7:46 a.m... Dismissal bell is at 2:50 p.m... Student drop off is through the English hall (hallway closest to the cafeteria) and accessible when you drop students from the designated parent parking lot. Take advantage of the parent lot to park and wait for your student after school. Do not block the bus transportation or the street. Students, be in dress code the first day and every day at TMHS!
If you need a Verification of Enrollment (VOE) please call ahead (281) 357-3230 ext 1000 or have your student stop by the front desk and request one. Please allow up to 24 hrs to pick up.
2014 - 2015 NEW STUDENTS TO THE DISTRICT REGISTRATION
Please be sure to complete the online registration by visiting http://link.tomballisd.net/Parent.
Documents needed to register your child:
1. Proof of residency (electricity bill, gas bill, etc.) or Affidavit of Residency
2. Child’s Birth Certificate & Social Security Card
3. Guardian Photo ID/ Driver's License
4. Shot Records
5. Unofficial Transcript or Report Card from previous school
We will not be able to register your child without the documents listed above.
Thank you in advance for your preparation.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: If you are new to TISD and are residing with family or friends, you must obtain an Affidavit of Residency. Please call 281.357.3100 x 2062 to schedule an appointment with our Central Office. We will not be able to register your child until you are given an Affidavit of Residency.
Senior Yearbook Ad Information
Senior Yearbook Ad Contract
Senior Parent Welcome 2014-2015
SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENTS 2014
Please click on the corresponding link below for the reading assignment you are interested in taking.
Dual Credit English 1301 (Junior and Seniors) DC English 1301
Dual Credit English IV 2332-2333 DC English IV 2332
English Pre-AP English I Pre-AP
English II Pre-AP English II Pre-AP
AP Language and Composition AP Language and Composition
AP Literature and Composition AP Literature and Composition
TMHS Parents: Please click the following links for information and explanations to update your Home Access Center (HAC) parent contact and how to change your password.
Home Access Center: Change Password
Home Access Center: Parent Contact Update
We wanted to make you aware of a correction that was made as of 2/21/2014 for Home Access Center’s password authentication as it may affect students and guardians. The authentication was allowing a student or guardian to login to HAC when the password was entered using different casing from the stored password. For example, if the student’s password is Pa$$word123, the student was previously able to log in using pa$$word123 or PA$$WORD123. Now the student must enter the password in the exact case in which it is stored.
Check out these links on our home page for information on:
- Dress and Grooming Handbook
- Bus Routes
- Counselor’s Corner
- Parent Online
- State Assessment Information (STAR/EOC)
- Tomball Memorial Post (our Wildcat school newspaper)
Cafeteria Information: Please contact Gayle Jackson via email at GayleJackson@tomballisd.net
For help understanding the TAKS Confidential Student Report you received with your report card, please click TAKS Student Report.