Apple Springs High School

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Apple Springs High School
9102 FM 2501
Apple Springs, Texas 75926-0125
United States
Coordinates 31°13′30″N 94°58′14″W / 31.2251°N 94.9706°W / 31.2251; -94.9706Coordinates: 31°13′30″N 94°58′14″W / 31.2251°N 94.9706°W / 31.2251; -94.9706
School type Public high school
School district Apple Springs Independent School District
Principal Kevin Plotts
Grades 7-12
Enrollment 103[1] (2010)
Color(s)                Black, Navy & White
Athletics conference UIL Class A
Mascot Eagles/Lady Eagles
Yearbook The Eagle

Apple Springs High School is a public high school located in Apple Springs, Texas (United States) and classified as a 1A school by the UIL. It is part of the Apple Springs Independent School District located in northeast Trinity County. In 2015, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.[2]

Unique Relationship[edit]

The school has a unique relationship with the nearby Hudson Independent School District. Apple Springs participates in six-man football but does not offer a band program, while Hudson has a band but does not participate in football. Therefore, the Hudson band participates at Apple Springs games. The unusual relationship was filmed by the crew of the popular Texas Country Reporter.[3]


The Apple Springs Eagles compete in these sports - [4]

Cross Country, Volleyball, 6-Man Football, Basketball, Track, Softball & Baseball

State Titles[edit]

  • Baseball - [5]
    • 1988(1A)


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