News & Announcements

Tutoring Available For All Students

Houston High School teachers offer tutoring before and after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Students attending tutoring before school need to get a hall pass/note from the teacher beforehand to be admitted to the classroom area prior to 7:30 a.m. They can email the teacher prior to the session to receive a pass.

Attendance Tips

Please visit our HHS Attendance page for important tips and reminders if your student needs to be absent, check in or check out! Contact [email protected] with questions!

Mustangs Give Thanks

Mustangs!- We need your help showing some gratitude to our faculty, staff, and administration this Thanksgiving season.

Junior Ring Information

Attention Juniors and Junior Parents!

Balfour is proud to be the official supplier of class rings for Houston High School.

Your Junior recently received a class ring information flyer at school. We will assist

students with their orders, size their fingers, and collect deposits at school on...


During ALL Lunches (10:22 – 11:59 am) - Main Lobby

and also

BEFORE (7:00-7:45 am) & AFTER School (2:45-3:15 pm) – Auditorium Lobby

Order brochures are available in the Main Office and Guidance Office.

To place an order at school, please have your student pick up and bring home an order

brochure to discuss options with you PRIOR to Order Day.

Ring orders placed before September 24th, will be guaranteed for delivery

BEFORE Christmas!

Make interest free payments while your ring is being made.

Minimum $60.00 deposit required for in-school orders. Balance due at


See attached flyer for details on the official class ring design and the various ways to

place an order. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call our local office.


7855 Farmington Blvd.

Germantown, TN 38138


[email protected]

8:00 – 4:30 Mon.-Fri. **appointment required

Dogwood Elementary School begins Book A Day Challenge

Germantown, Tennessee--August 30, 2021--Several Dogwood teachers are taking the Classroom Book a Day Challenge.  They are reading 180 picture books to their students this year!  Some books are meant to encourage student character and empathy for each other, and other books will teach historical topics through stories.
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