New Braunfels High School

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New Braunfels High School
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"Unicorn Pride is Justified"
2551 Loop 337 North
New Braunfels, Texas, 78130
United States
Coordinates 29°43′07″N 98°08′58″W / 29.718594°N 98.149518°W / 29.718594; -98.149518Coordinates: 29°43′07″N 98°08′58″W / 29.718594°N 98.149518°W / 29.718594; -98.149518
School type Public high school
Established 1845
School district New Braunfels Independent School District
Principal Kara Bock
Grades 10-12
Enrollment 2,158[1] (2012)
Campus type Suburban
Color(s) ‹See Tfm›     ‹See Tfm›     Royal Blue & White
Athletics conference UIL Class AAAAA
Mascot Buford
Nickname Unicorns
Rival Canyon High School

New Braunfels High School (commonly referred to as NBHS) is a public high school in New Braunfels, Texas that was established in 1845. Up until 2008, New Braunfels was one of the largest 4A high schools in Texas and now is classified as a 5A school by the UIL. In 2013, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.[2]

The Haiti national football team temporarily held training sessions at New Braunfels High School's stadium, as the Stade Sylvio Cator, the team's home field, was being used as a tent city for victims of the earthquake in Haiti in January 2010.[3]


Several New Braunfels graduates have been named as Scholars, Finalists, Semi-finalists, and Commended by the National Merit Scholarship Program. Along with the 4 core areas, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and English, NBHS offers many career classes. These range from Business Management to Automotive Technician. New Braunfels High School also offers Advanced Placement classes.


The New Braunfels Unicorns compete in the following sports:

Cross Country, Volleyball, Football, Wrestling, Basketball, Swimming, Powerlifting, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, Track, Softball & Baseball

State Titles[edit]

  • Baseball [4]
    • 2006 (4A)

Girls Bowling - 2003 & 2007

  • Girls Cross County [5]
    • 1993 (4A), 1994 (4A), 1995 (4A)
  • Boys Soccer [6]
    • 1994 (All)
  • Team Tennis [7]
    • 2007 (4A), 2008 (5A), 2009 (5A), 2010 (5A), 2011 (5A)
  • Girls Track [8]
    • 1996 (4A)
  • Volleyball [9]
    • 2000 (4A), 2005 (4A)

Performing Arts[edit]

Winter Guard[edit]

  • 2009 TECA (Texas Educational Colorguard Association) Open Class State Champions
  • 2012 TECA Scholastic AA State Champions


  • 2009 State Grand Champions in Jazz, Pom, Kick, Hip-Hop, and Overall Varsity Team.
  • 2011 State Grand Champions in Jazz, Lyrical, Kick, Hip-Hop and Overall Varsity Team.


Notable alumni[edit]


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