Palmview High School
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|Palmview High School|
|3901 N. La Homa Rd.
Palmview, Texas 78574
|School type||Public, High School|
|School district||La Joya ISD|
|Enrollment||2,512 (2010 UIL Realignment)|
|Color(s)||Red and Black|
|Feeder schools||Ann Richards Middle School
Cesar E. Chavez Middle School
Irene Garcia Middle School
Memorial Middle School
|Rival schools||La Joya High School
Juarez-Lincoln High School
Palmview High School is a Texas UIL Division 5A high school in the La Joya Independent School District named after the city of Palmview. The school is home to students that live on the east side of La Joya ISD.
Due to increasing population in the area, the school district, which formerly had only one high school, had to be split into three separate high schools. The 2008-2009 school year became the inaugural year for Palmview High School, and it was classified as a 5A school. The official Palmview High School campus opened in January 2009 at 2.5 miles (4 km) north La Homa Road in Mission.
|Mary Ann Contreras||2008–2011|
- Track and field
- Cross country running
- public speaking
Palmview Lobo Marching Band
The band program classified four consecutive times (1998, 2000, 2002, and 2004) for the Texas State UIL 5A Marching Contest. The Palmview Lobo Band marches to the motto "The Pride of the Pack" under the direction of Mr. Jacob Banda, Director of Bands.
Palmview High School Choir
Mariachi "Lobos", Grupo Folklorico "Ozomatili", & Conjunto "La Tradicion"
For the first time ever, Mariachi "Lobos", Grupo Folklorico "Ozomatili" and Conjunto "La Tradicion" performed together to showcase the Hispanic traditions of not only the student population, but of the community as well.
The Lobo Times, Palmview High School's Newspaper
Palmview National Honor Society
Palmview Media Society
Palmview Rubies (Dance/Drill Team)
H.O.S.A. (Health Occupations Students of America)
S.W.A.T. (Students With A Testimony)
Lobos Computer Science Team
Palmview HS Reading Club
F.F.A. (Future Farmers of America)
Palmview High School Student Council
Palmview High School Math Club
Hispanic National Honor Society
Palmview High School Choir
Palmview High School Senior Class
Palmview's school song, "Alma Mater", uses the music of La Joya High School's original Alma Mater, with some alterations by Robert Flores, a former band director at PHS. The words to the song were written by Akza Rios, a 2010 Senior of the school, and approved by the La Joya Independent School District School Board of Trustees and the Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Alda T. Benavides. The words were officially unveiled at Palmview High School's 2009 Senior Class Graduation held at the then-called Dodge Arena (now State Farm Arena) in Hidalgo, Texas.
"Hail to the Red and Black
Colors of the Prideful Pack.
Honor and Glory be
Always for Thee.
We Live and We Fight for You
And promise to be Loyal too.
Oh Alma Mater, we sing to Thee:
Honor to the Red and Black!"