Ysleta High School

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Ysleta High School
8600 Alameda Avenue
El Paso, Texas, 79907-6199
United States
Coordinates 31°42′6.2″N 106°20′27″W / 31.701722°N 106.34083°W / 31.701722; -106.34083
School type Public high school
Motto "Once an Indian, Always an Indian"
Founded 1927
School district Ysleta Independent School District
Principal Sylvia Rendon
Faculty 110+
Grades 9–12
Number of students 1,644
Average class size 23
Student to teacher ratio 16.1
Fight song All Hail, All Hail to Ysleta
Mascot Indians
Newspaper Pow Wow
Yearbook Otyokwa

Ysleta High School is a high school in the Ysleta Independent School District in Ysleta, El Paso, Texas.[1] It is located on 8600 Alameda and is the second oldest school in the El Paso, TX area. The school's mission statement is "Our school community will educate all Ysleta High School students by facilitating learning, challenging their minds and encouraging proper choices so they can graduate with the skills necessary to succeed."[2]


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