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Home | News | El Paso High celebrates 100 Years of Excellence starting Thursday
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El Paso High celebrates 100 Years of Excellence starting Thursday

El Paso High is launching its Centennial celebration with a legacy series on “100 years of Excellence, History Architecture and Trost.”

The first of five Legacy Series begins Thursday night at 7:00 pm, admission is free and the event is open to the public at El Paso High School’s Auditorium (800 E. Schuster Ave.)

The El Paso High School Legacy Series, part of the Centennial Celebration, is organized by the El Paso High School Alumni Association, El Paso High, and the Independent School District.

Other events to celebrate the school’s 100th birthday will follow throughout the year. The Centennial Homecoming Celebration will take place on October 6-8th with more than 3,300 alumni, former faculty and staff joining together to attempt to break the Guinness Book of World records for the largest high school reunion.  The celebration will conclude with a float in the 2016 Sun Bowl parade.

El Paso High School, also known as The Lady on the Hill, is rich with history and excellence and its centennial is a perfect opportunity to showcase our legacy.  We invite the community to join us for these enriching and educational sessions.

Students, faculty, and parents have been collaborating and preparing for a wonderful Centennial Year of Celebrations.  For more information, visit the Centennial Web page at www.ephscentennial.com

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