Lamar Consolidated High School
|Lamar Consolidated High School|
Lamar High School logo
4606 Mustang Avenue
|Type||Public high school|
|School district||Lamar Consolidated Independent School District|
|Principal||Dr. Kaye Williams|
|Color(s)||Blue and Gray|
The school, which serves the City of Richmond, parts of Rosenberg, the City of Kendleton and unincorporated sections of Fort Bend County, is a part of the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District (LCISD). All areas served by LCHS are within the Houston metropolitan area.
In 2005–2006, this school was rated "Acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.
- First opened in 1948.
- student body: 1679.
- Percent of graduates: 75 percent (not including drop-outs before senior year)
- The 2010-2012 UIL realignment places LCHS in district 23-4A, along with El Campo, Bay City, Terry, Foster, Angleton, and Brazosport.
- The psychological thriller "Apart" was filmed in Lamar Consolidated High School, along with its football field, Traylor Stadium.
Hail alma mater
All glory to thy name
Thy colors gray and blue shall ere remain
We pledge our loyalty, friendship, and sincerity
Our love shall never die
Hail Lamar High!
Junior high school
- Arredondo Elementary School
- Austin Elementary School1
- T.L. Pink Elementary School1
- Jane Long Elementary School1
- Deaf Smith Elementary School1
- Irma Dru Hutchison Elementary School
- Beasley Elementary School
1These are the elementary schools that are entirely zoned to Lamar Consolidated High School.
- 2007 Texas 4A State Champions
- 2006 Texas 4A State Semifinalist
- 9 District Championships
- 22 Playoff Appearances
- Burt Lancon - Olympic figure skater, 6th place in 1984 Winter Olympics
- Lance Zierlein - Sports talk show host on KMBE 790 AM in Houston, Texas
- Michael Lewis – 2004 Pro Bowler NFL, safety of Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers
- Alan Faneca – 9-time Pro Bowler (2001-2009), 8-time All-Pro (2001-2008) NFL offensive lineman for Arizona Cardinals, Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets, Super Bowl XL champion
- Earnest Jackson – 2-time Pro Bowl (1984, 1986) NFL running back for San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers
- Pierce Holt – former NFL defensive lineman, 1992 Pro Bowler and 2nd-team All-Pro for San Francisco 49ers
- Donald Hollas – former NFL quarterback for Cincinnati Bengals and Oakland Raiders
- Jacquizz Rodgers - running back for Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- James Rodgers - wide receiver for CFL's Montreal Alouettes
- Antoine Everett - former NFL offensive lineman for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers & Pittsburgh Steelers
- Randal Grichuk - MLB outfielder for the Toronto Blue Jays
- Jimmie Lee Solomon - Major League Baseball Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations 2005-2010
- B. J. Thomas – singer-songwriter, known for "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head", "Hooked on a Feeling" and "As Long As We Got Each Other," the theme song from Growing Pains
- John Holiday - operatic countertenor who has appeared in supporting and leading roles with several American opera companies
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