281-641-4607 - Phone
281-641-4617 - Fax
New Student Registration Information:
New student registration will be held by appointment only, August 21st-25th from 9 AM – 3 PM by appointment only. A student is classified as a new-to-district student if the student recently moved into the Humble ISD attendance area or did not attend the prior school year in a Humble ISD school. Due to scheduling purposes, walk-in registrations will not be accepted. Beginning August 14th, please call the phone number listed below for each grade level. A registration appointment will be arranged. During that appointment district paperwork (see links below) will be collected and checked, course selection cards filled out (to select courses), and questions answered.
To schedule an appointment for new student registration, please call the phone number below for your student's grade level:
6th Grade - D'Andrea Neal, 281-641-4620
7th Grade - Mavi Marquez, 281-641-4712
8th Grade - Wendy DeGood, 281-641-4610
New-to-District Online Enrollment:
1. Prior to your scheduled appointment, complete the New-to-District Online Enrollment Registration and submit the application. The online enrollment registration process is available in both English and Spanish. Please Note: This program will work only with devices that allow pop-ups. The supported browser is Internet Explorer 10 or earlier versions. It is suggested to complete the online registration using Windows Explorer or Google Chrome on a desktop computer. Information may appear to have been accepted when using Apple products including an iPad & iPhone however, the information may not show as complete when verifying completion on campus. If you do not have access to the internet, you may visit the public library or please show up 30 - 45 minutes early to complete the online part at our campus. This process must be complete before you can begin the registration process. If you show up without the online part of the registration complete, we will have to reschedule your appointment to stay on schedule for families who have made an appointment.
2. Campus document review. Please bring all of the following documentation to your appointment. All documents must be provided for a complete enrollment.
3. Once your student's enrollment is completed by the Campus Registrar, set up a Home Access Center (HAC) account. This account will allow you to monitor and view your student's academic progress, schedule, grades, test scores, and attendance. It also is used for the student's annual update registration.
- Student's last report card
- Child's proof of age and proof of identity (official birth certificate, adoption record, hospital birth record, passport or another legal document that establishes age and identity)
- Parent/Guardian's driver’s license or passport for identification purposes
- Immunization records: State law requires all immunization records when turned in (including electronic), must be signed or stamped by the physician or his/her designee or public health personnel. It is common practice for parents to be able to login to MyChart to print their student medical records. Please note, you must have all immunization records signed or stamped before they will be accepted by Humble ISD.
- Standardized test results, if available
- Previous school records and school's mailing address
- Proof of residency in Atascocita Middle School attendance zone. (Current, within 30 days: utility bill, lease agreement, house closing statement). Parent/Guardian name on the proof of residency must match the parent/guardian name associated with the student when the student is registered. Please bring a copy we can keep for our records.
NOTE: You may see information on the AMS website about Tiger Check-In on August 17th. New-to-Humble ISD/AMS students do not need to attend that event.
Please place on your calendar: AMS is offering a Tiger Prep Camp (incoming 6th graders AND new-to-AMS 7th & 8th graders) on Friday, August 25th, 9 AM - 12 PM, AND Parent meeting that evening from 6 PM - 7 PM in the gym. The Tiger Prep Camp student session (9am-12pm) is designed for incoming 6th graders, but new 7th and 8th graders can attend to learn about AMS and follow their schedule.