Prairie Lea High School (Texas)

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Prairie Lea High School
Address
6910 Highway 80 South
Prairie Lea, Texas 78661
United States
Coordinates 29°43′55″N 97°45′12″W / 29.732062°N 97.753265°W / 29.732062; -97.753265Coordinates: 29°43′55″N 97°45′12″W / 29.732062°N 97.753265°W / 29.732062; -97.753265
Information
School type Public high school
School district Prairie Lea Independent School District
Principal Darren Kesselus
Grades PK-12
Enrollment 241[1] (2012)
Color(s)           Black & Gold
Athletics conference UIL Class A
Mascot Indians/Arrows
Website

Prairie Lea High School or Prairie Lea School is a public high school located in Prairie Lea, Texas (USA) and classified as a 1A school by the UIL. It is part of the Prairie Lea Independent School District located in west central Caldwell County. In 2015, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.[2]

Athletics[edit]

The Prairie Lea Indians compete in the following sports [3]

Notable Game[edit]

In 1938, University Interscholastic League Director, Rodney Kidd, asked coaches at Prairie Lea High School and Martindale High School located just south of Austin to study the rules for six man football. They later played an exhibition game for UIL officials, who must have been impressed, as they officially sanctioned six-man play for the fall of 1938. Both schools competed in six-man that first fall and tied for the district 3 title with Dripping Springs. In that first year, only 55 schools participated in six-man football. A year later, the number grew to 112 schools. At one time as many as 160 teams across Texas have participated.[4]

Prairie Lea would discontinue its football program in the late 1950s, but would resume play in the fall of 2001.

State Titles[edit]

  • Boys Basketball [5]
    • 1944(B), 1945(B)
  • One Act Play [6]
    • 1975(1A)

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