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G-Unity Business Lab students compete in inaugural Hustle Tank event

The sixty students from Kashmere, Wheatley, and Worthing High Schools that make up the G-Unity Business Lab competed in the inaugural Hustle Tank event on Tuesday, May 25, at University of Houston’s Cullen Performance Hall.

The competition is set up much like the TV show Shark Tank. Throughout the school year, the students created business plans for their companies, collaborated with coaches and mentors, and prepared pitches for the Hustle Tank judges, including rapper and G-Unity Founder, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.

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Superintendent House surprises 10 hand-selected seniors with Scholars Awards

HISD Superintendent Millard House II presented high school seniors with the 2021-2022 HISD Superintendent Scholars Award on Wednesday, May 11, and Tuesday, May 17.

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HISD high schools ranked among the best by U.S. News & World Report

Two HISD high schools are among the top 100 in America, and 11 are in the top 100 in Texas. The annual rankings were released this week by U.S. News & World Report.

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HISD seniors to receive help planning for college

Help is available for HISD seniors who are still in the college application process or unsure what their plans are for next year.

A student resource fair will be held Wednesday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Student Assistance Re-Engagement Center at Brock Elementary School, 1417 Houston Ave, 77007.

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Summer Student Leadership Program accepting applications from HISD high school students, district alumni

HISD is now accepting applications for its 2022 Summer Student Leadership Program, a five-week paid summer internship and leadership development program for HISD high school students and alumni currently enrolled in college. 

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Houston MSTC students enjoy Nutrition Services Tailgate lunch event

As autumn temperatures kept the courtyard cool throughout the late morning, nearly 2,500 Houston MSTC High School students headed outdoors for an early homecoming celebration with lunch hosted by HISD Nutrition Services chefs and staff.

The outdoor fare was part of a new Tailgate/School Pop Up program that encourages students to enjoy the good food provided daily by Nutrition Services campus kitchens.

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