A new high school in northeast Houston is the first of its kind in the country.
It opened its doors Wednesday.
The school, named Northwest High, is a new community of about 20 students, about half of whom are freshmen and half of which are sophomores.
It will be known as Northwest High School in honor of the Northwest High school, located at 1301 NW 7th Street.
The new high-school has a total of about 15 buildings.
The school will also have a gymnasium, a basketball court, a soccer field, a pool and a bowling alley.
The school’s goal is the same for all the schools that have opened in Houston. “
It’s kind of a safe place to go and play.”
The school’s goal is the same for all the schools that have opened in Houston.
It’s to make sure that students feel comfortable being in their own spaces.
“When we open our doors, we want people to feel safe,” said school board member Steve Buechner.
“We want people coming here who are going to feel comfortable.”
The new school will be the first in Houston’s Northwest Independent School District.
The district was created in 2012 to serve students from high school to college.
The schools are open to students of all ages, but many of them are in middle school and high school.
Houston was ranked third in the nation in the number of students with disabilities, according to the American Psychological Association.
The Northwest Independent Schools District has been rated one of the best in the state.
The APA also ranked Houston’s schools one of America’s top 50 schools.