• October 20, 2020

Tags : el paso high

Texas State of Education Report features photo of El Paso

When people throughout the state open the recently-published Texas Education Agency 2019 Annual Report, they will be greeted by the iconic steps of El Paso High School. To highlight some of the great work done by Texas school districts this past year, the TEA used a photograph by EPISD photographer Leonel Monroy of the 2019 […]Read More

Gallery+Story: Rebote Rumble Tournament is first among schools in EPISD

Chapin High’s Erik Hernandez and Cesar Higadera last week took top honors at the Tag Team Rebote Rumble, the first inter-school tournament of its kind in the city. Doubles teams from Chapin, Bowie and Jefferson high schools competed in the first Royal Rumble at Bowie High for rebote bragging rights – showcasing the not-so-well-known but highly-competitive sport […]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 High magnets pin new freshman recruits

A new tradition began at the storied campus of the Lady on the Hill last week when the incoming freshmen of the three magnet programs at El Paso High School were ceremoniously pinned into their new academic journey. El Paso High is home to three innovative and competitive magnet programs: the Dual Language, T-STEM and […]Read More

Dallas Cowboys, Texas Lotto team up to bring football clinic

Historic Jones Stadium at El Paso High School will play host to a free football clinic for over 200 El Paso and Ysleta ISD student-athletes. Now in its third year, The Dallas Cowboys High School Clinic presented by the Texas Lottery will give students from high schools represented the opportunity to learn both on- and […]Read More

Retired Regional Businessman Bridges Communities with Endowed Scholarship

Retired Las Cruces businessman and engineer, Orlando Cervantes, recently gifted the New Mexico State University Foundation $50,000 to create the Orlando Cervantes Endowed Scholarship. The scholarship is special in that it specifically bridges the El Paso and Las Cruces communities by awarding graduates of El Paso High School with scholarship dollars to complete a degree […]Read More