EMERGE Spring Branch ISD Student and Parent Contract Signing | January 16, 2016

EMERGE currently works with nearly 2,400 students attending 66 high schools in Aldine ISD, Houston ISD, Klein ISD, Spring Branch ISD, and Spring ISD and over 150 top-tier institutions across the nation and will serve approximately 500 new students this year. More than 90% of EMERGE students in HISD are classified as economically disadvantaged (meeting the federal criteria for free and reduced-price lunches) with approximately 100% of EMERGE students classified as economically disadvantaged in SBISD and Spring ISD. The current ethnic breakdown of EMERGE students is 64% Hispanic, 23% African American, 10% Asian/Pacific Islander, and 3% White.

We currently serve 760 students in Houston ISD.  Learn more about our work in HISD here.


Austin High School

Bellaire High School

Carnegie Vanguard High School 

Challenge Early College High School

Chavez High School

DeBakey High School

East Early College High School

Eastwood Academy

Energized for STEM Academy

Energy Institute High School

Furr High School



Heights High School

High School for Law and Justice

Jones High School

Kashmere High School

Lamar High School

Liberty High School

Long Academy

Madison High School

Mickey Leland

Middle College Gulfton

Milby High School

Mount Carmel Academy

North Forest High School

North Houston Early College 

Northside High School

Sam Houston High School

Scarborough High School

Sharpstown High School

Sharpstown International

South Early High School

Sterling High School

Waltrip High School

Westbury High School

Westside High School

Wheatley High School

Worthing High School

Yates High School

Young Women's 

In 2015, EMERGE launched a new partnership with the Spring Branch Independent School District (SBISD). Today, EMERGE  serves 150 SBISD students across the district.


Northbrook High School

Spring Woods High School 

Stratford High School

Westchester Academy for International Studies

Memorial High School




In 2019,  Klein ISD became the fourth Houston-area school district to partner with EMERGE. Currently, EMERGE serves 63 students across all five high schools in the district. 


Klein Cain High School

Klein Collins High School

Klein Forest High School

Klein High School

Klein Oak High School




In 2018, Spring ISD became the third Houston-area school district to partner with EMERGE. Currently, EMERGE serves 30 students across the district. 

Carl Wunshe Sr. High School

Dekaney High School

Spring High School

Spring Early College Academy

Westfield College





In 2019, Aldine ISD became the fifth Houston-area school district to partner with EMERGE. Currently, EMERGE serves 60 students across six schools in the district, and by spring 2021 will be serving students in each AISD high school. 


Blanson CTE

Carver High School

Davis High School

MacArthur High School

Nimitz High School

Victory CTE