Edinburg High School (Texas)

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Coordinates: 26°15′51″N 98°08′30″W / 26.2642°N 98.1417°W / 26.2642; -98.1417

Edinburg High School
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Address
2600 E. Wisconsin Road
Edinburg, Texas 78542
United States
Information
Type Public high school
Motto The pride of Edinburg: the red, the white, and the blue.
Established 1917
School district Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 4212 students (October 2012)[1]
Athletics conference University Interscholastic League 6A
Team name Bobcats
Website

Edinburg High School (EHS) is a comprehensive public high school in Murillo (formerly Nurillo), a census-designated place in Hidalgo County, Texas, east of Edinburg.[2][3] It is operated by the Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District along with Edinburg North High School Robert Vela High School, and Johnny G. Economedes High School. It has enrolled 2,927 students [1] and 175 staff, with 35% holding advanced degrees; its enrollment is 95% Hispanic, 4% White, and 1% Asian/Pacific Islander.

A performing arts complex was built at Edinburg in 2010, during which time similar facilities were built at the other high schools.[4]

Edinburg serves sections of southeastern Edinburg along with several census-designated places:[5][6] Murillo,[2] San Carlos,[7] and a portion of Lopezville.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b UIL enrollment figures
  2. ^ a b Murillo Census Bureau map. U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved on January 2, 2017.
  3. ^ Home. Edinburg High School. Retrieved on January 3, 2017. "2600 E. Wisconsin Rd, Edinburg, TX 78542"
  4. ^ Construction information
  5. ^ "2015-2016 High Schools Approved Boundaries" (Full). Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District. Maps/High%20Schools/EHS.pdf Detail of Edinburg High Zone. Retrieved on January 2, 2017.
  6. ^ "SCHOOL DISTRICT REFERENCE MAP (2010 CENSUS): Hidalgo County, TX." U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved on January 2, 2017.
  7. ^ San Carlos CDP map. U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved on January 2, 2017.

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