Travis High School 


Bullet  11111 Harlem Road, Richmond, TX 77406

Bullet  Assistant Principals: Lisa Long, Damien Bassett, Derryk Pope, Tara Baker and Erik Smith

Bullet  Phone: 281-634-7000

Bullet  Associate Principal: Lizzie Herring

Bullet  School Mascot: Tigers

Bullet  Principal: Sarah Laberge

Bullet  School Colors: Scarlett, gray and white


Bullet  Distinctions Earned: Social Science, Comparative Closing the Gap


Travis High School offers a comprehensive and rigorous academic curriculum that includes gifted, honors and Advanced Placement classes. The school is particularly strong in the math and sciences, winning distinctions in those areas on state-mandated exams. Seven honor societies are represented including Mu Alpha Theta, two foreign language honor societies and the National Art Honor Society. U.S. News and World Report awarded Travis a silver medal in recognition of how well faculty members prepare students for college. The arts and athletics programs at Travis are equally strong, with the Travis Tigers winning the state UIL boys basketball title and the UIL one-act play state championship in 2013. Students also believe in giving back to their communities participating in Habitat for Humanity, the YES program and Youth in Philanthropy.


Bullet  Awarded a 2015 Silver Medal by U.S. News and World Report for college preparedness.

Bullet  Gifted, Honors and AP classes

Bullet  Travis Theatrical Company won UIL one-act play state championship in 2013.

Bullet  Seven honor societies including Mu Alpha Theta (for math) and the National Art Honor Society.

Bullet  2013 state UIL boys’ basketball champions.

Bullet  Strong athletics program with freshman, junior varsity and varsity teams in football, basketball, baseball, golf, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and field.

Bullet  On-campus clubs and organizations include debate, art, orchestra, band, FFA, foreign languages, chess, creative writing, the African Student Association, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Habitat for Humanity and many others.

Bullet  YES program allows students to earn hours toward recognition at graduation for completion of community service.

Quick Home Finder