• September 17, 2021

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Austin High School opens new softball field at Memorial Park

The Austin Lady Panther Softball team joined with EPISD and city officials for the official ribbon-cutting ceremony of their new field at Memorial Park. The $1.6 million Bond project, part of the historic modernization of EPISD, was made possible through an Interlocal Agreement between the District and the City of El Paso for the use […]Read More

EPISD’s Austin High School to get local historical designation marker

El Paso Independent School District Trustees took the first step toward securing an official historical designation from the state of Texas for the beautiful Austin High School campus. On Tuesday, the Board unanimously approved the purchase and installation of local historical marker from the El Paso County Historical Commission’s Markers Committee at the Austin campus. […]Read More

Austin High graduates first Panther New Tech cohort

The Austin High Panthers’ class of 2020 took the field under the Friday night lights to celebrate its official graduation — the first one under the Sandra Day O’Connor Academy Panther New Tech Program. The class of 312, led by valedictorian Adrian Allende and salutatorian Isacc Calay Lightborn, earned $1.5 million in scholarships. Allende and Lightborn […]Read More

Game in Many Pics: Battle of the Claw 2019 –

On a cool, blustery night the 89th Annual ‘Battle of the Claw’ took place at Austin High’s historic R.E. McKee Stadium. The Panthers and the Tigers again locked up in their annual battle, but it was the homestanding Panthers that would take the victory 40 to 6 and claim ‘The Claw.’ Our very own Johnny Yturales […]Read More

El Paso ISD High Schools Earn Cash for Athletics

Three EPISD high schools will get a boost in their athletic facilities thanks to their participation in a video contest by Powerade. Franklin and Austin high schools each won regional grand prizes in the “Power Your School” contest from Powerade, earning them $10,000 toward improvements to the athletic equipment at their campuses. Additionally, Bowie High […]Read More

EPISD Police Arrest Student for Triggering Austin Lockdown

El Paso ISD Police Services arrested a 17-year-old Austin High School student after he falsely provided information to school officials that triggered a lockdown of the campus. The 17-year-old student is facing changes of False Alarm or Report, a state jail felony. EPISD Police said they will seek prosecution. “We take these incidents seriously. We […]Read More

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