Schools Exhibit

Schools

Humble's First Diploma

The first high school graduates in Humble were twins: Edith and Ethel Innman. Their graduation was on May 19, 1911. This is Edith’s original high school diploma. They graduated from The Humble School, part of Harris County Common School District No. 28. In Texas, there were only eleven grades in school at that time. Their graduation ceremony was held at the Dixie Theatre in Humble.

Humble School Lockers

These lockers were removed from an Humble school and have been repurposed to display a timeline of pop culture over the decades.

Wildcat Willie

This fiberglass statue depicts Humble High School spirit symbol Wildcat Willie. Jointly owned by the Humble High School Alumni Association and the Humble Museum, Willie attends a few events a year and is on permenant display at the Humble Museum.

This antique child's school desk has an iron frame and space for an inkwell and pencils. It is inscribed Sears, Roebuck and Co.

School Desk

Charles Bender High School Auditorium Banner

This banner used to hang inside the Charles Bender High School auditorium from 1931 to 1972. Below is a picture of the banner hanging above the stage at a Wildcat Band Concert.

Charles Bender High School Pictures

  • <p>Humble Wildcats 1932-1933</p>
  • <p>Humble High School 1949</p>

High School Memories and Momentos

  • <p>Graduation Announcements and dance programs.</p>
  • <p>Gold Football Charm inscribed "1925, Carl Bozarth, Left End"</p><p>Class rings 1929 and 1932</p>
  • <p>Humble Jacket patch and Humble Belt Buckle- 1930</p>
  • <p>Dramatic Club Program from 1947.</p>
  • <p>Dramatic Club program from 1947.</p>
  • <p>Dramatic Club program from 1947.</p>

Humble Elementary School Bell

This school bell was originally used at Humble Elementary when it was located on Higgins Street.

  • <p>Letterman Sweater 1982</p>
  • <p>1960 Letterman Jacket</p>
  • <p>1959 Letterjacket</p>
  • <p>1956 CBHS Cheerleader Jacket</p>
  • <p>CBHS Football Jacket 1952</p>