What is Spring ISD's Night School...

 

Achieving Success Academic Program (ASAP) is a program designed to help students obtain their high school diplomas. All courses will be provided through Spring ISD at absolutely "NO COST" to the student. Students will receive all services with a certified Spring ISD teacher at a designated campus location.




When?

Classes are held in 3 sessions from Monday through Thursday:
  • 7:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. (Morning Session) or
  • 11:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Afternoon Session) or
  • 4:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. (Evening Session)

Meals are provided.

Where?
Dekaney High School
22351 Imperial Valley Drive, Building 96
Houston, Tx 77073

Office Hours are Monday - Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Classes are held in Room 87 A/B and Room 15B.

Transportation
Transportation will be provided to Dekaney High School from any of the following high schools: Westfield High School, Spring High School, and Carl Wunsche High School.

Bus to Dekaney, have students report to the bus loading zone:

Morning Session

  • 6:40 a.m. from Carl Wunsche High School, Westfield High School, and Spring High School

Afternoon Session

  • 11:10 a.m. from Carl Wunsche High School, Westfield High School and Spring High School

Evening Session

  • 3:40 p.m. from Carl Wunsche High School, Westfield High School, and Spring High School

Transportation from DHS to student home campus will be provided at the end of the morning and afternoon sessions.
Transportation from DHS to student home will be provided at the end of the evening session.

Student must wear Spring ISD student identification badge at all times.

Who is Eligible for Spring ISD's Night School?

Program Eligibility:

  • Must be a Spring ISD student.
  • Between the ages of 17-26 (26 years of age prior to September 1)
  • Have a parent permission form on file if you are younger than 18 years of age.
  • Behind in credits and may not graduate high school within the established 4 years.
  • Need 10 or fewer credits to satisfy graduate requirements.

*Students must commit to one school year.

Because We Care...

   
Grad Nation Own Your Own Future
Grad Nation, commissioned by America’s Promise by Robert Balfanz and John Bridgeland, is a guidebook that contains a roadmap to help communities tackle the dropout crisis. It is designed to help communities develop tailored plans for keeping students on track to graduates from high school and prepare for college, work and life. Own Your Own Future provides grade-appropriate information for high school students and educators on post secondary readiness, awareness, and success. A resource of Texas GEAR UP, the site features multimedia content on topics including interest surveys, graduation plans, postsecondary options, the application process, and skills necessary to succeed after high school.
   
   
 America's Promise Alliance  Ad Council
Founded by General Colin Powell, America's Promise Alliance forges strong and effective partnerships committed to seeing that children experience the fundamental resources they need to succeed at home, in school and out in the community. Boost is a project sponsored by the U.S. Army to get people talking to teens about their graduation. The Web site offers alarm ringtones and wake-up calls by Phoenix Suns Amaré Stoudemire, a student video contest and parent guide.

Important Info

 

Dear Students

 

We would like to thank you for allowing us to serve you in our program; ASAP.  We know that the education and learning environment is very important to your success.  Our expectation is that we provide you with a quality individualized education, using innovative technologies and a stimulating learning environment that provides inspiration.

We are committed to helping you earn a high school diploma and prepare you for your future.  We encourage open and frequent communication and are ready to meet your needs. We invite you to contact us anytime for any reason.  We are here to provide a service to you and your feedback is important to us.

We are honored to serve you and look forward to an exciting and successful journey.

Respectfully,

Spring ISD's 
Achieving Success Academic Program (ASAP)

Contact Us

Dr. Rebecca Long
Director
Phone: 281-891-6223
 
   
ASAP Office
Hours: 3:00pm - 8:30pm
Phone: 281-891-6614
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Spring ISD
 Every Child 2020