Extracurricular Activities

Summer Leadership STEM Camps

I am very excited to let you know that we are going to have Summer Leadership STEM Camps for our middle and high school students at UT Dallas and Camp All Saints. The programs will be run by UT Dallas, Camp All Saints, and HPS staff. The programs are five days and four nights. The cost of the program is $400 for per student. The fee covers, meals, housing, courses, activities, and transportation.

The application is open now. Only a limited number of students will be accepted and participants will be selected on a first come, first-serve basis. Academic and disciplinary success is required. Please see the information below.

Summer Leadership STEM Camp (6-7 Grades)

  • For Girls: May 26, 2018 – May 30, 2018
  • For Boys: May 30, 2018 – June 3, 2018

Camp Activities Include:

– Water Quality Testing, Waders in the Wetland, Ins & Outs of Trees, Fossil Hunt/Animal Tracking, Owl Investigation, GPS Scavenger Hunt, Archery, Campfire, Swimming, Canoe, Field Games, Survival Skills, High Ropes, and the last day of camp: Six Flags


Summer Leadership STEM Camp at UT Dallas (8-12 Grades)

  • For Girls: May 26, 2018 – May 30, 2018
  • For Boys: May 30, 2018 – June 3, 2018

Camp Activities Include:

– STEM Courses: 3D Animations using Alice, Introductory Game Maker, Java Programming, Engineering Projects with Arduino, Drawings using JavaScript, Mobile Apps using MIT App Inventor, Games in Python, Hands-on with Robots, Pre-Med Courses. And Social and Leadership Activities: Swimming, Sports activities at Recreational Center (Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Foosball, Squash, Soccer) And the last day of camp: Six Flags.

Application Deadline: 4/30/2018

Payment ($400) Deadline: 5/7/2018

For further question or information, please contact to Campus Engagement & Support Coordinator.

Mr. Ozguven

512 693 0000 Ext. 124

CRLP UT Austin Visit

Dear all,
CRLP students attended UT Austin Open House the last Saturday. The students had an opportunity to get a firsthand view of UT, enjoyed with several activities, demonstrations, joined the lectures, visited Texas Memorial Museum and also got a chance to talk to UT students.


Mr. Ozguven

Campus Engagement&Support Coordinator

HSE CRLP Texas A&M University Aggieland Saturday Visit, HOWDY!

Dear all,

HSE CRLP Students were at Texas A&M University to join Aggieland Saturday, an annual campus-wide open house the last Saturday, Feb 10th.

Our student had an opportunity to meet current students and our alumni, to learn more about our colleges and majors, got information about admission, financial aid, scholarships, etc. and some promotional items.

We also had taken a guided tour and seen the beautiful sites on the A&M Campus, enjoyed the performance of Corps of Cadets and had wonderful dining.

I would like to thank all of our fantastic CRLP Mentors and mentees.

Best regards,

Serdar Ozguven

Campus Engagement  & Support Coordinator

HSE Austin 7th Annual Science Trip: Catalina Island Marine Institute

The Catalina Island Science Trip was exhausting & oh-so-successful!
It seems our kids touched on a bit of everything. It was overwhelming & wonderful! Highlights include:
-squid dissection
-ocean kayaking (a curious sea lion flirted between our group!)
-invertebrate lab
-plate tectonics, subduction, channel island formation & geology -marine mammals (multiple sightings of whales & dolphin pods, some 40+ in pop.)
-learned about buoyancy, how to snorkel in salt water, & fight fear
-completed a full moon night snorkel
-island ecology (ask kids about dwarfism & the island fox)
-shark & ray touch tank
-teambuilding exercises
-plankton lab
-high & low ropes course
-astronomy evening program
-challenging ridge hike
-fisheries awareness
-deep sea biology
-survived no cell service for 6 days
-discovered how humans impact marine environments
-debriefed the experiences with a memorable campfire
I believe our students are stronger mentally & physically, & exude more confidence in STEAM subjects. Thanks for supporting our crew, from buying hot cocoa to encouraging students to sign up. There is no substitute for hands-on learning.
Make science great again!”
Jessica Scott


Congratulations to the High School Boys Basketball Team!

We would like to congratulate our high school boys basketball team who got the second place in the Junior Varsity Boys Division and qualifying for playoff competition. Special thanks to Coach Manzak for this tremendous accomplishment.
Go Tigers and good luck in the playoffs!

Congratulations The Grand Prize Drawing Laptop Winners!

Please congratulate our The Grand Prize Drawing Laptop Winners.

 Nayely Hernandez 10th. grade
– Christabel Rios 6th. grade
– Alicia Cartajena 6th. grade
– Rubi Tellez 6th. grade
– Pilar Rivera 9th. grade
And also I would like to congratulate the top seller of the chocolate fundraiser Kayla Sillas Trevino. The students had been received the prizes. Thank you for all of your support!

We Have Prizes!

We would like to congratulate our chocolate fundraiser winners. The students have been already received their prizes. We will also have a celebration, “The Grand Prize Drawings.” Five students will receive Lenovo, #100s,14” Screen, laptop computers.

Thank you for your support!


HSE hosted the guest speaker, Mario from Harvard University. Mario was in HSE College Readiness Leadership Program in 2011. He shared his journey with our CRLP students during the talk.

CPR/First Aid Training for Biomedical Club students

Dear all,
We are proudly announcing that Our Biomedical Club students had their CPR/First Aid Training on Wednesday, December 13th. and received their certifications.
Go Tigers!
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