Campus Information

Principal: 512-570-2210
Counselor: 512-570-2213
Registrar: 512-570-2211
Attendance: 512-570-2212

Map to NHHS

Campus Hours
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Campus Texas
Academic Performance Report

Accountability Rating
Campus Report Card
No Child Left Behind Report
Campus Improvement Plan



New Hope High School offers selected TEKS-based core and elective courses through guided and assisted independent study. Students at NHHS graduate by meeting the same LISD graduation requirements as the other high schools in the district.

Instructional delivery is mainly computer-based instruction using Edgenuity. It is web-based, meaning that students are able to complete course work anywhere there is internet access, at school, at home, or out in the community. All coursework previously taken but not passed is recovered through the corresponding Edgenuity course online.

Original credit courses are offered through blended learning experiences with teachers. Many teachers have developed their courses by blending Edgenuity activities with individual, small group, and project based learning experiences. Some courses utilize teacher developed curriculum through their online google classroom, yet other courses are offered through the Texas Virtual School Network, TXVSN, specifically languages and other engaging academic electives. In addition, some NHHS students choose dual enrollment and attend ACC or their home campus ACC cohort classes to complete high school credit and college credit courses concurrently. If students are well on their way to completing a Career and Technical Endorsement when entering New Hope, it is encouraged that they complete the endorsement in partnership with their neighborhood campus.

Core Courses:
Language Arts - English 1, English 2, English 3, English 4
Speech - Communication Applications
Math - Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Math Models, Intermediate College Algebra, Pre-Calculus
Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Principles of Technology, Physics, Environmental Systems
Social Studies-World Geography, World History, US History, Government, Economics
Health - Health
Fine Arts - Art 1, Art 2, Art 3, Art 4
Technology- BIM
Physical Education
Languages Other Than English-Spanish I and II, Other Languages offered through the Texas Virtual School Network, TXVSN

Elective Courses:
English Independent Study (Service learning)
Creative Writing--Poetry
Creative Writing--Fiction
English I, English II EOC prep
Algebra 1 EOC prep
Biology EOC prep
US History EOC prep
Child Development
College Transition
Influences of the Old Testament Bible on American Civilization
Influences of the New Testament Bible on American Civilization
Interpersonal Studies
Medical Terminology
Teen Leadership


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