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La Porte High School (Texas)

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La Porte High School (Texas)

La Porte High School
301 East Fairmont Parkway
La Porte, Texas, 77571
Type Public secondary
Motto Honor, Integrity, Pride
Established 1915 (building 1958)
School district La Porte Independent School District
Superintendent Lloyd Graham
Principal Todd Schoppe
Faculty 130
Grades 9-12
Number of students approx. 2,252
Color(s)           Orange and White
Mascot Bulldog
Rivals Deer Park High School
Newspaper Paw Prints
Yearbook The Reflector

La Porte High School is a High school based in La Porte, Texas, United States. It is part of the La Porte Independent School District.

The School serves the cities of La Porte, Shoreacres, a small portion of Pasadena, a small portion of Deer Park. After 1946 the school moved into a new campus built on the same location, until 1959 they relocated into a new state of the art campus built nearby. Over the years the campus has had many additions such as E building first built in 1968 and B building built in 1986. Both buildings served for additional classrooms. The campus later added a vocational wing and new basketball Gymnasium/swimming pool and The Sonja Angelo Theater in 1976. In the early 90's a science wing was added, a new field house, and The Henry Eienfelt Band Hall. A new bond referendum approved major renovations for the campus including; a major renovation of The Sonja Angelo Theater, demolition of the old gymnasium built in 1958 with a brand new gymnasium for physical education, major renovations to the deteriorating cafeteria and major renovations to the football and baseball stadiums.

Feeder schools

The high school is fed by two junior high schools: Lomax Junior High and La Porte Junior High.

Notable alumni

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