Frenship High School
|Frenship High School|
|902 N. Dowden Rd.
Wolfforth, Texas 79382
|School type||Public high school|
|School district||Frenship Independent School District|
|Color(s)||Royal blue, gold and white|
|Athletics conference||UIL Class AAAAAA|
|Website||Frenship High School website|
Frenship High School is a public high school located in Wolfforth, Texas, United States. It is classified as a 6A school by the UIL. The school serves students in grades 9–12 from Wolfforth, Lubbock, and southwest Lubbock County. In 2015, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.
When Wolfforth School District was unified with three other rural districts (Carlisle, Hurlwood and Foster) in 1935, they applied for the name "Friendship Independent School District". The application was rejected as the name was already taken by a Houston-area school district; thus, officials opted for the name Frenship.
In January 2007, the Frenship Independent School District and South Plains College jointly created the Frenship Early College High School, which is now known as Frenship Collegiate Prep High School. The Frenship Collegiate Prep (FCP) program allows students to earn 60 hours of college credit or an associate degree while earning their high school diploma. In 2015, FISD created a new partnership with Angelo State University, enabling students to also earn college credit from there.
Frenship Tiger Band
The Frenship High School Marching Band program is the second biggest and one of the most known in the entire South Plains, winning a multitude of awards at UIL contests and many other local competitions. The band has achieved the honor of performing at the UIL State Marching Contest in the following years:
Most recently, the FHS Percussion Ensemble won the 2015 PASIC competition in San Antonio.
The Frenship Tigers compete in cross country, volleyball, football, basketball, power lifting, soccer, golf, tennis, track, softball, and baseball.
Boys' cross country - 2002 (4A)
- Seth Doege, former Texas Tech Red Raiders football quarterback
- Glen Hardin, musician and songwriter; played keyboards for Elvis Presley from 1970–76
- Tyler Lyons, Major League Baseball pitcher with the St. Louis Cardinals
- David Thomas, NFL tight end
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