Humble ISD hosting Texas Success Initiative Assessment 2.0 (TSIA2)

Humble ISD will be hosting opportunities to take the Texas Success Initiative Assessment 2.0 (TSIA2) every month at different campuses across the district at no charge. These opportunities are being offered as a convenience to families of students who will be taking college-level classes now or in the future. 

Under state requirements, anyone enrolling in a college-level English or Math class at a Texas public university or community college must pass the TSIA2, or receive a qualifying score on a test such as the ACT, SAT, PSAT or STAAR, in order to enroll in the college-level class. This statewide requirement applies to students enrolled in dual credit classes while in high school, as well as to students enrolling in the future in a college-level class.   

A student shall be exempt from taking the TSIA2 if the student has:



Reading & Writing


23 Composite with minimum of 19 in Math

23 Composite with minimum of 19 in English


510 in Math

460 on Evidence-based Reading & Writing


530 in Math

480 on Evidence-based Reading & Writing


4000 on Algebra II EOC

4000 on English III EOC


At least 950 OR less than 950 with diagnostic level of 6

At least 945 and essay score of 5 OR less than 945 with diagnostic level of 5 with essay of 5

Each testing site is limited to 50 spots. To sign up use the Humble ISD TSIA2 Registration Form. The first assessment will take place November 13, 2021, at Kingwood Park High School.  

Students take TSIA2 tests on a computer and results are provided immediately upon completion of the exam. For more information, you can visit the College Board website.

If you have questions, please contact Tong Utakit at