Friendswood High School
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Friendswood High School is a 5A educational facility which serves grades 9 through 12, and is a part of the Friendswood Independent School District.
Most of the city of Friendswood is within Friendswood ISD and is zoned to Friendswood High School. All students in Friendswood ISD public schools attend Friendswood High School.
Since 2007, the principal has been Mark Griffon.
The Friendswood Independent School District was established on December 21, 1948. The district covers 15 square miles (39 km2) and borders the Alvin, Pearland and Clear Creek school districts.
FISD has been named the fifth most efficient Texas School District by the Texas Business Coalition. Friendswood High School was named 1 of 13 Top High Schools in the State as well as 1 of 10 Top High Schools in the Houston area. The Band, Choir, Drama, and Drill Team Departments have been awarded exceptional honors annually. The Mighty Mustang Band received 2nd at the UIL 4A State Marching Band Contest in 2003, 2005, and 2009. The band finished 4th in 2007 and 2011, as well as 5th in 2013.
FHS extracurricular activities include drama and musical productions, choir, band, service organizations, and clubs. They compete in academic contests including Academic Decathlon and Octathlon, speech, debate, and competitive sports governed by the University Interscholastic League (UIL). Competing in UIL in the 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 school years won Friendswood High School the 4A Lone Star Cup both years which is a culmination of UIL Academics and UIL Sports.
All Friendswood ISD schools feed into Friendswood High School. This includes Cline and Westwood Elementaries, Zue S. Bales and Windsong Intermediate School, and Friendswood Junior High.
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