Earl Warren High School

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Earl Warren High School
Earl Warren High School logo.svg
Address
9411 Military Drive West
San Antonio, Texas Bexar County, 78251
Coordinates 29°27′50″N 98°40′11″W / 29.463757°N 98.669790°W / 29.463757; -98.669790Coordinates: 29°27′50″N 98°40′11″W / 29.463757°N 98.669790°W / 29.463757; -98.669790
Information
School type Public, High School
School district Northside Independent School District
Dean Delisa Ramos
Principal David Empson
Vice principal Valerie Sisk
Grades 9 - 12
Website

Earl Warren High School is a public school located in San Antonio, Texas. The school is a part of the Northside Independent School District. As with all Northside ISD schools, it is named for a former United States Supreme Court justice - in this case, former Chief Justice Earl Warren.

In 2009, the school was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[1]

Athletics[edit]

The Warren Warriors baseball and football teams made it to the playoffs in 2006 for the first time in school history and in 2008 the football team went (9-3) and won the 28-5A district championship the first one in school history. The Warren Warriors Varsity Soccer team has made it into the playoffs 5 years in a row now since 2006. They have also made it to the regional tournament twice in 2006 and 2009 taking down one of the best teams in the Northeast Independent School District Churchill. The soccer team went undefeated in 2007 before losing to Lee in the second round of playoffs. Also in 2006 the Warren Warriors Academic Decathlon Team made it to State competition for the first time in school history. In 2011 the Warren Warriors Varsity Soccer team took down the number one ranked Reagan Rattlers in the Area Playoffs and took down the Steele Knights in the Regional Quarterfinals. They will be making their third trip to the Regional Tournament to take on either Lopez or Hanna High School

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2009 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency. 
  2. ^ "Ben Uzoh". Basketball-Reference.Com. Retrieved June 24, 2013. 

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