Prosper High School

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Prosper High School
Address
301 Eagle Drive
Prosper, Texas, 75078
United States
Information
Type Co-Educational, Public, Secondary
School district Prosper Independent School District
Principal Greg Wright
Assistant principals Roger Barr
Marjory Eaton
Gerald Parr
Rachell Grant
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1629[1] (2014)
Color(s)           Green & White
Athletics conference UIL Class AAAAA
Mascot Eagles/Lady Eagles
Website

Prosper High School is a 4A public High School in Prosper, Texas, USA. It is part of Prosper Independent School District located in western Collin County, with a small portion of the district extending into Denton County. In addition to Prosper, the district serves a portion of McKinney and small parts of Frisco and Celina. The 2009-2010 school year began in a brand new building. The new school remains the most expensive high school in the state of Texas[citation needed] and it is only at half its capacity. Prosper, Texas is predicted to grow drastically within the next decade. In 2011, the school was rated "Recognized" by the Texas Education Agency.[2]

Feeder schools[edit]

  • Reynolds Middle School (Grade 7-8)
  • Rogers Middle School (Grades 5-6)
  • Cockrell Elementary School (Grades PreK-4)
  • Rucker Elementary School (Grades PreK–4)
  • Folsom Elementary School (Grades PreK–4)
  • Baker Elementary School (Grades PreK–4)

Athletics[edit]

The Prosper Eagles compete in cross country, volleyball, football, wrestling, basketball, swimming, powerlifting, soccer, golf, tennis, track, softball and baseball. In 2010 Prosper introduced hockey as a club sport.

State titles[edit]

  • Baseball - [3]
    • 1984(1A)
  • Football - [4]
    • 2008(3A/D1)
  • Boys Golf - [5]
    • 2011(3A)

Clubs and organizations[edit]

In addition to athletics, Prosper High School competes in UIL Band, Theatre, Choir, Speech and Debate, and Academics, as well as UIL Color Guard and Drill Team.
PHS also has local chapters of national organizations such as FFA, National Honor Society, and Interact Club.

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External links[edit]

Coordinates: 33°14′38″N 96°47′56″W / 33.243751°N 96.798823°W / 33.243751; -96.798823