Barbers Hill High School

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Coordinates: 29°50′35″N 94°51′08″W / 29.8431°N 94.8521°W / 29.8431; -94.8521

Barbers Hill High School
Address
9600 Eagle Dr.
Mont Belvieu, Texas, 77580-1108
United States
Information
School type Public high school
Motto We Can, We Will, We're Barbers Hill
Established 1960
School district Barbers Hill Independent School District
Principal Tom Holland[1]
Assistant principals Bruce Taylor
Dennis Wagner
Robin Waller
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1202[2] (2010)
Color(s)           Blue & White
Athletics conference UIL Class AAAA
Mascot Eagles/Lady Eagles
Website

Barbers Hill High School is a 4A high school based in Mont Belvieu, Texas (USA). It is part of the Barbers Hill Independent School District located in western Chambers County. In 2010, the school was rated "Recognized" by the Texas Education Agency.[3]

Athletics[edit]

The Barbers Hill Eagles compete in the following sports:

Cross Country, Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Swimming, Golf, Tennis, Track, Softball & Baseball

State Champions[edit]

  • Football[4]
    • 1971(1A)^ 1976(1A)

^Co-Champion with Sonora

  • Girls Basketball[5]
    • 1982(3A), 1983(3A), 1997(3A)
  • Boys Track[6]
    • 1935(All), 1956(B)

Music[edit]

Soaring Eagle Marching Band

Barbers Hill High School is the home of the award-winning Soaring Eagle Marching Band. In the 2010 and 2011 marching seasons, the band received straight 1's for a first division rating at the UIL Region Marching Band Competition. The Soaring Eagle Marching Band was one of only 2 bands (the other being the Galena Park High School marching band) to receive this rating at the contest. In 2011 the Soaring Eagle Marching Band went on to the regional marching contest. In the spring, the SEMB divides into 2 concert bands, the Barbers Hill High School Wind Ensemble (the premier performing group in the district) and the BHHS Symphonic Band.

State Champions[edit]

  • State Wind Ensemble:[7]
    • 1991(3A)

Academics[edit]

State Champions[edit]

  • Accounting:[8]
    • 1994 (3A) Individual & Team
    • 1995 (3A) Team
    • 1996 (3A) Individual
  • Current Issues:[9]
    • 2006 (3A) Individual
    • 2007 (3A) Team
  • Literacy Criticism [10]
    • 1996 (3A) Individual
    • 1998 (3A) Individual
    • 2001 (3A) Individual
    • 2006 (3A) Team
  • Mathematics [11]
    • 1994 (3A) Jeff Puckett
  • Number Sense [12]
    • 1959 (B) W.C. Underwood Jr.
    • 1962 (1A) W.C. Underwood Jr.
    • 1993 (3A) Jeff Puckett
    • 1994 (3A) Jeff Puckett
  • Ready Writing [13]
    • 1994 (3A) Jennifer Riley
    • 2004 (3A) Kristin Huntley
  • Shorthand [14]
    • 1959 (B) Beverly Johnson
  • Slide Rule [15]
    • 1970 (1A) Lee Gill
    • 1972 (1A) Robert Fikes
    • 1973 (1A) Robert Fikes
    • 1975 (1A) Bonnie Roelse
    • 1976 (1A) Bonnie Roelse
    • 1979 (2A) John Gunn
  • Journalism Feature Writing [16]
    • 1988 (3A) Laurie Adcox
  • Journalism Headline Writing [17]
    • 1989 (3A) Laurie Adcox

Drama & Theatre[edit]

State Champions[edit]

One Act Play[18]

  • 1996 (3A) "Strider"
  • 1999 (3A) "The Caucasian Chalk Circle"
  • 2003 (3A) "Strider"
  • 2010 (4A) "The Night Thoreau Spent In Jail"

References[edit]

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