What you need to know before attending Humble ISD's 2021 graduation ceremonies

Humble ISD graduation ceremonies will be held beginning June 1 at George Turner Stadium. (Courtesy Humble ISD)
Humble ISD graduation ceremonies will be held beginning June 1 at George Turner Stadium. (Courtesy Humble ISD)

Humble ISD graduation ceremonies will be held beginning June 1 at George Turner Stadium. (Courtesy Humble ISD)

Humble ISD graduation ceremonies will be held beginning June 1 at George Turner Stadium, 1700 Wilson Road, Humble.

Separate ceremonies will be held for each high school at the following times:

  • Atascocita High School: June 1 at 8 p.m.; rain date is June 2 at 9 a.m.

  • Kingwood High School: June 2 at 8 p.m.; rain date is June 3 at 9 a.m.

  • Summer Creek High School: June 3 at 8 p.m.; rain date is June 4 at 9 a.m.

  • Humble High School: June 4 at 8 p.m.; rain date is June 5 at 8 p.m.

  • Kingwood Park High School: June 5 at 9 a.m.; rain date is June 5 or June 6 at 8 p.m.

District officials noted guests and graduates will not be required to wear masks at the event.


The district will issue eight tickets per Atascocita graduate, 10 per Kingwood graduate, 12 per Humble graduate, 10 per Summer Creek graduate and 15 per Kingwood Park graduate.

Individual tickets will indicate a section of the stadium but not for a specific seat. Ticketholders will be required to sit in the section of the stadium that matches the color of their ticket. Guests will also be required to enter and exit the gate that matches the color of their ticket.

Guests who want to avoid traveling, heat or groups can watch the events online. The link for the ceremonies will be posted on each high school’s website and at www.humbleisd.net/graduation.

What to bring

Guests are encouraged to bring bottled water and a towel. Water will be available for the graduates. Concessions will not be available at the event.

Officials noted guests will be allowed to bring flowers as long as they do not obstruct the view of other attendees. Signs, noisemakers and balloons will not be permitted.


Parking at George Turner Stadium is free. There will be no assigned parking at the stadium complex. District officials noted carpooling is advised this year due to construction at Humble High School.

Handicapped parking will be located in the visitor’s parking lot and in the lot near the softball field. Handicap drop-off will be available in the softball field parking lot and by the front gate on the visitor's side.

Golf cart shuttles will be running throughout the complex to assist guests who are physically unable to walk the distance from their car to the stadium.


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