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Project Chrysalis Middle SchoolProject Chrysalis Middle School
The Project Chrysalis Middle School Faculty and Staff are committed to creating and maintaining an environment which ensures that each student reaches a high level of academic achievement by demonstrating mastery of grade level objectives set by the ... Read more
The Project Chrysalis Middle School Faculty and Staff are committed to creating and maintaining an environment which ensures that each student reaches a high level of academic achievement by demonstrating mastery of grade level objectives set by the District, State and Nation.
About Us Project Chrysalis Middle School is located in the beautiful city of Houston, TX, and it is part of the Houston Independent School District school system. The Houston Independent School District is the largest public school system in Texas and the seventh largest in the United States. Our schools serve a diversified student enrollment in both traditional and alternative classroom settings. HISD is dedicated to giving every student the best possible education through an intensive core curriculum and specialized, challenging instructional and career programs. HISD is working hard to be the nation's best school systems, constantly improving and refining instruction and management to make them as effective, productive, and economical as possible. Our standards are high, and we strive constantly to raise them still higher.
Project Chrysalis, a charter middle school, was designed as a small school alternative for the East End's children. The school has been housed on the Cage Elementary Campus since 1995. Chrysalis has grown from a team-taught sixth and seventh grade class to an established middle school with around 150 students and 8 faculty and staff members. It provides an extended day, extended year program, which emphasizes project-based and interdisciplinary learning.