Klein Cain High School
Website – http://kleincain.kleinisd.net
Twitter – @KleinCain
Facebook – http://fb.me/KleinCain
Phone – (832) 375-8400
Fax – (832) 375-8301
School Hours – 7:25 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.
Rating – NA
Enrollment – NA
Mascot – Ibis
Principal – Nicole Patin
Assistant Principals – Monica Shallenberger, Joel Wren
Counselor – Delia Baker
Named after former superintendent Dr. Jim Cain, Klein Cain High School is Klein ISD’s newest high school situated in the northwest part of the district. Klein Cain will be established of cially in August 2017, opening its doors to 9th and 10th grade students. Each year Klein Cain will add a grade level and will have its rst senior class in the 2019-2020 school year.
Not applicable for the 2017-2018 school year.
The guidance program of Klein Cain High School provides a full range of student support on a daily basis. The program is concerned with providing information needed to make educational and vocational choices as well as meeting the social and interpersonal needs of students. The counseling program is a cooperative effort of the entire Klein Cain staff including administrators, counselors, and faculty.
Parent and community involvement is a cornerstone of Klein Cain High School. These volunteers fundraise, attend and host competitive events, and help the school as a whole. Klein Cain volunteers can be found helping in various departments on a daily basis.
Klein Cain High School supports the expectation of offering state/federally mandated curriculum, standards, and assessments. The administration, teachers, and staff share in the uni ed goal of promoting academic success for all students. Klein Cain offers Pre-Advanced Placement and AP courses to prepare students for higher learning opportunities after high school.
English Language Arts (ELA)
The ELA program at the high school level encourages students to become lifelong readers through efferent and aesthetic reading experiences, to think critically, and to communicate verbally and writing in all purposes and modes speci ed by the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Methods of instruction are adapted to meet the needs of students, and technology is integrated to enhance communication skills. High school courses are designed to re ne the skills of students and to prepare them for a transition to college or career.
Students continue to build on the basic foundation developed in grades K-8 as they expand their understanding through other math experiences. These foundations include the understanding of number, operation, and quantitative reasoning, patterns, relationships and algebraic thinking, geometry, measurement, probability and statistics. All are essential throughout high school math courses.
In high school, students conduct eld and laboratory investigations, use scienti c methods during investigations, and make informed decisions using critical-thinking and scienti c problem solving.
At the high school level, social studies courses include world geography, U.S. history, world history, government, psychology, sociology, economics, and special topics in social studies.
Klein Cain offers a full range of extra-curricular opportunities to enhance each student’s high school experience. These activities include newspaper, theater, yearbook, band, orchestra, choir, dance, and art. Students are also able to enroll in Career and Technology courses that prepare them for a career after high school. These include but are not limited to health science, agriculture, business, engineering, computer programming, and auto mechanics. Additionally, various clubs and organizations are available to meet the needs and interests of each Klein Cain student.
Klein Cain offers a competitive and complete athletic experience for all students who attend our school. Klein Cain offers football, basketball, volleyball, track, golf, tennis, cross-country, swimming/diving, softball, baseball, soccer, wrestling, and a sports medicine program. Klein Cain student athletes excel in the classroom and on the eld on a daily basis.