Why Choose ComQuest

· Tuition free
· Admits students from Grades 7-12
· Texas Education Agency (TEA) accredited
· High standards
· Smaller class sizes
· Accelerated courses
· Flexible scheduling
· Early graduation
· State adopted textbooks
· Curriculum - aligned with TEKS
· Administers State STAAR and EOC tests
· Computers available to students/CIPA Compliant
· Project-based instructions
· Nurturing environment with dedicated teachers
· After-school tutorials for ComQuest students needing to pass EOC/STAAR or needing help in coursework
·Opportunities for parental involvement are strongly encouraged with every student and his/her parent(s).


Enrollment of students shall be open to persons who reside within the geographic boundaries stated in the ComQuest Academy charter and who are eligible for enrollment based on lawful criteria identified in the charter and in law. It is the policy of ComQuest Academy to comply with all state and federal regulations regarding admission and not to discriminate during the admission and enrollment process on the basis of sex; national origin; ethnicity; religion; disability; immigration status; or the district the child would otherwise attend under state law. Students who are currently enrolled will have the opportunity to re-enroll and will not have to submit a new application each academic year as long as they provide timely written notice of intent to remain at ComQuest Academy. This notice should be given between April 4th through April 18th. Open enrollment of the next school year will begin April 19th through May 3rd. If there are still seats available past the May 3rd deadline, ComQuest Academy will continue to accept applications until there are no more seats available.If ComQuest Academy receives more applications for enrollment during open enrollment than there are seats available, student applications will be numbered and offered enrollment by lottery. Siblings of current students or already accepted students will be given priority enrollment over new applicants. Children of staff and faculty will also be given priority over new applicants.

Exception to Admission:  As authorized by its open-enrollment charter and Texas Education Code § 12.111(a)(5)(A), ComQuest Academy reserves the right to deny admission to students with a documented history of a criminal offense, a juvenile court adjudication, or other discipline problems listed under Texas Education Code Chapter 37, Subchapter A.

Procedures for Admission and Enrollment

Complete the Admissions Application
and turn it in to the Front Office. Completion of the Admissions Application does not guarantee enrollment.

The Assistant Principal will determine if the student is eligible for enrollment.

A phone call from ComQuest Academy will be made to the parent/guardian if an offer of enrollment  is extended to a student. A program planning conference must be scheduled and completed. Please contact the main office if you have any questions concerning an offer of enrollment.

Submission of an admissions application and acceptance of an offer of enrollment from ComQuest Academy does not constitute official registration. Applicants offered admission and have completed the program planning conference will receive additional enrollment related forms. These additional forms are required by state and federal laws, such as the Home Language survey and required Ethnicity and Race Data Questionnaire,  as well as school required forms- Parent Signature page of the Student Code of Conduct, etc.,  must be completed to finalize registration.  Following is a list of some of the documents that will need to be submitted with the admissions forms. This is not a comprehensive list, but it can be useful to begin gathering these documents now in order to have them ready if and when you receive an enrollment offer.

    1. All Texas schools must obtain age and identity documentation from students when they enroll.           Specifically, within 30 days of enrollment, the person enrolling the student must provide the school with ONE of the following:  The child’s birth certificate or another document suitable as proof of the child’s identity; or a complete copy of the child’s records from the school the child most recently attended if the child has been previously enrolled in a school in Texas or another state. Texas Education Code § 25.002.

    2. As with all public schools in Texas, charter schools are required to obtain and maintain verifiable documentation of a student’s Texas state residency upon enrollment. Texas Education Code § 25.001(b). Residency documents are different from citizenship or immigration documents. ComQuest Academy does not request or require documentation regarding a student’s citizenship or immigration status in connection with enrollment or at any other time. • Proof of Texas residency and residency within the geographic boundaries in which ComQuest Academy operates may be demonstrated by (two items from the list below): a. Valid TEXAS Driver's License b. Mortgage statement* c. Rental agreement or lease (including Section 8 agreement) d. Utility bill (water, electric, gas)* e. Valid motor vehicle registration f. Valid voter registration card g. Current tax return h. Bank or credit card statement* i. W-2 or 1099 tax form for the current year j. Payroll stub* k. Automobile insurance policy or statement* l. Cable bill* m. Internet bill* *dated within 90 days of the student’s registration appointment date.

    3. Immunization Records - Within 30 days of enrollment, the person enrolling a student must provide a record showing that the child has the immunizations required under Texas Education Code § 38.001, or proof showing the child is not required to be immunized, or that the child is entitled to provisional admission. Texas Education Code § 25.002(a)(3).

    4. Food Allergy Form- Upon enrollment of a child in a public school, a school district shall request, that a parent or guardian, disclose whether the child has a food allergy or severe food allergy and specify the food to which the child is allergic and the nature of the allergic reaction. This information is required to be disclosed to enable the district to take necessary precautions regarding the child's safety. Texas Education Code §25.0022

    5. Social Security Number - Upon registering, campuses will request a child’s social security number for the purpose of using it as a student identification number. Providing the social security number is voluntary and if a parent chooses not to provide the child’s social security number, then they will be asked to fill out a separate form to request a state assigned ID. If you do not have a copy of your child's social security card, you may request a new card. You may bring a request receipt to your registration appointment in the place in the place of a social security card until the card arrives. Then, you will need to bring the actual card in, so that we may verify the information provided during registration.

If a child is enrolled under a  name other than the child's name as it appears in the identifying document or records, ComQuest Academy will notify the missing children and missing persons information clearinghouse of the child's name as shown on the identifying document or records and the name under which the child is enrolled.

McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act of 2001

Homeless children and youth are ensured specific educational rights and protections under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act of 2001. As defined by this federal law, "children and youth who are homeless", include children who are abandoned in hospitals, or are awaiting foster care placement; are living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations; are living in emergency or transitional shelters; are living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to the lack of alternative accommodations; are sharing the housing of other persons due to the loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason; have a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings; and lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. Children who are homeless will be given flexibility in regards to certain policies and procedures, including providing proof of residency, immunizations requirements, educational program placement, award of credit, and other related policies.

Military Dependents

School aged dependents of military personnel are faced with numerous transitions and military dependents who move from one school to another during the high school years are faced with special challenges. ComQuest Academy will assist in the transition of military dependents by transferring student records in a timely manner and will also give flexibility in regards to certain policies and procedures for those students that are military dependents.


22-23 Student Code of Conduct


Workforce Development
Work Based Learning

We strive to prepare our high school aged students for careers after school. High school students should have a job or a regular volunteer position.
A minimum of 10-15 hours a week for one (1) credit and 15-20 for the
full 1.5 credit each semester.

Students have the opportunity to gain job training and skills necessary to succeed in life. Our students hold a variety of employment and volunteer positions in the Tomball and surrounding areas.


Open enrollment charter schools are required to adopt policies and procedures in compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Chapter 29 of the Texas Education Code. Additionally, the Texas Education Agency requires all schools to provide copies of their special education policies through the Special Education Legal Framework in connection with ESC Region 18. The link to the policies through the Legal Framework can be found here. This is also a link to ComQuest Academy Charter's special education policies. Student handbook statement regarding aiding students who have learning difficulties or who need special education or section 504 services in English and Spanish. ComQuest Academy's section 504 policies can be found here.

Section 504 covers qualified with disabilities who attend schools receiving Federal financial assistance. More information regarding 504 can be found here.

The Texas Dyslexia Handbook is developed and adopted into administrative rule by the Texas State Board of Education. The handbook contains guidelines for school districts and charters to follow as they identify and provide services for student with dyslexia. In addition, information regarding the state's dyslexia statutes and their relation to various federal laws is included. The link to the Texas Dyslexia Handbook can be found here. Recent updates to the handbook can be found in English and Spanish.

Additional resources for Special Education Dyslexia, and Section 504 can be found through the Texas Education Agency website here.

For SPED/504/Dyslexia program information and referrals contact the front office at 281-516-0611.


In Texas, schools follow a process to ensure the success of students who are learning English. More information regarding English Learning (ELL) and supports can be found here. ComQuest Academy Charter BIL/ESL policies are located in this link.



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