• October 23, 2021

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Hanks Wins as El Paso High’s Comeback Falls Short 36-28

The El Paso High Tigers found themselves in an early deficit against the Hanks Knights falling short of a comeback, dropping their first home game of the season on Friday with a score of 36-28. “We made way too many mistakes. Can’t point fingers, we all learn to correct those mistakes,” running back and defensive […]Read More

Story in Many Pics: Hanks Tames El Paso High Tigers

The new-look Hanks Knights took a trip to central to take on the grandaddy of all local high schools – El Paso High. R.R. Jones Stadium played host to the week two contest between the Knights and the Tigers, and while the home team wasn’t victorious, the contest was yet another memorable one for the […]Read More

AP Capstone Program Headed to El Paso High

Students at El Paso High will have one more tool at their disposal to be successful in college thanks to the addition of an innovative program that could help them focus on independent research, collaborative teamwork and communication skills. La High next year will begin implementing the two-year AP Capstone program by offering the AP […]Read More

El Paso High Centennial Celebration Continues Thursday Night

The centennial celebration continues at El Paso High with the fourth installment of the EPHS Alumni Legacy Series — 100 Years of Excellence in the Arts, highlighting the artistic contributions of alumni over the years. “The celebration of the arts is another perfect example of the 100 years of excellence that the Lady on the […]Read More

El Paso High Cub Camp Encourages Camaraderie and Teamwork

Teamwork is not something you learn in a book — it is learned through experience, collaboration and the overcoming of obstacles. For the nearly 140 incoming freshmen at this year’s El Paso High Cub Camp the word “obstacle” took on a very literal meaning. Students scaled walls, bridged pools of water and even crawled through […]Read More

El Paso High Among the ‘Most Picturesque’ schools in U.S.

A website specializing in landscapes has listed El Paso High School as one of the 14 most picture-worthy campuses in the United States — another honor for the Henry Trost-designed landmark that is turning 100 years old this year. LawnStarter, an Austin-based landscaping startup, this week released its list of the Top 14 Picturesque High School Campuses in […]Read More

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 […]Read More

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