Middle College High School at HCC Gulfton


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Middle College High School at Gulfton- Principal

  • Holly Gibson, Principal

    Holly Gibson, Principal

    Ms. Holly T. Gibson began her educational career in Houston Independent School District in 1991 as a math teacher at Jane Long Middle School where she served for three years.  She also served as a high school math teacher in the Dallas Independent School District at the following schools: Learning Alternative Center for Expelled Youth (LACEY), Metropolitan High School, and Middle College High School at El Centro Community College while simultaneously serving as an adjunct college math instructor.


    In 2002, Gibson accepted the position of Dean of Instruction at Pearl C. Anderson Middle School in Dallas ISD.  In 2004, she returned to Houston ISD to serve as an assistant Principal at Fonville Middle School. In 2008, Gibson was promoted to Dean of Students at Lamar High School where she held several leadership roles. Mostly recently, she served as the campus Dean of Instruction.


    Gibson earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Texas Southern University. She also holds a Master of Education in Educational Administration from Texas A&M - Commerce.

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Welcome to MCHS at Gulfton

  • Principal Diana Del Pilar
    Phone: 713-662-2551
    HISD’s Middle College High School-Gulfton aims to re-engage students who feel disconnected from or distracted by the traditional high school culture so that you can proceed with your studies and accelerate your college and career readiness.
    We offer personalized instruction through one-on-one support and small classes — only about 15 students per teacher and a student body of 150 — that will lead to a diploma while providing opportunities for college credits and workforce certifications through HCC.


    We’re looking for students who want to succeed but may have encountered a few setbacks along the way. You may be someone who needs to recover credits, be an older student, or have family and work responsibilities. What you all will have in common is the desire to earn your diploma and move onto to success at the next level, at college or in a career.