Prosper High School

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Prosper High School
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Prosper High School
301 Eagle Drive


CoordinatesCoordinates: 33°14′38″N 96°47′56″W / 33.243751°N 96.798823°W / 33.243751; -96.798823
TypeCo-Educational, Public, Secondary
School districtProsper Independent School District
PrincipalJohn Burdett
Teaching staff186.94 (FTE)[1]
Enrollment3,875 (2018-19)
Student to teacher ratio15.91[1]
Color(s)          Green & White
Athletics conferenceUIL Class 6A

Prosper High School is a class 6A public high school in Prosper, Texas. It is part of Prosper Independent School District located in western Collin County, with a small portion of the district extending into Denton County. In addition to Prosper, the district serves a portion of McKinney and small parts of Frisco and Celina.

The 2009–2010 school year began in a brand new building. The new school remains the most expensive high school in the state of Texas.[citation needed] Prosper, Texas is predicted to grow drastically within the next decade. In 2015, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.[2]

In September 2015, Greg Wright created controversy for the school and the Prosper School District as reported in the Dallas Morning News when he was caught criticizing a teacher that reported another teacher from PHS to the Police for inappropriately touching a student.[3]


The Prosper Eagles compete in the following sports:[4]

In 2010 Prosper introduced hockey as a club sport.

Prior to the 2006–07 school year, PHS competed in UIL Class 2A. PHS moved up to 3A for Fall 2006. For Fall 2012, PHS was set to become a 4A school for the first time. However, UIL added a new classification for low-enrollment schools, turning Class 4A into Class 5A. With PHS's enrollment of 2110 in October 2015, it was one of the largest schools in Class 5A (schools 1100-2049 students) for the 2016–17 seasons. PHS moved into Class 6A for the first time in Fall 2018.

State titles[edit]

  • Baseball[5]
    • 1984 (1A)
    • 2015 (5A)
  • Football[6]
    • 2008 (3A/D1)
  • Boys Golf[7]
    • 2011 (3A)
  • Volleyball
    • 2017 (5A)

In the 2017-2018 School Year, Prosper High School won the 5A UIL Lone Star Cup, awarded annually based on a school's performance in district and state championships.[8]

Clubs and organizations[edit]

In addition to athletics, Prosper High School competes in , Theatre, One Act Play, Choir, Speech and Debate, and Academics, as well as UIL Color Guard, marching band, and Drill Team.
PHS also has local chapters of national organizations such as FFA, National Honor Society, and Interact Club. In addition to that, they have a Genders and Sexualities Alliance (GSA) Club, a psychology club, a gaming club, and many more.

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ a b "PROSPER H S". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved December 24, 2019.
  2. ^ "2015 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency.
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ [2]
  5. ^ UIL Centennial Webpage Archived 2013-12-10 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ Lone Star Football Network
  7. ^ UIL Boys Golf State Results
  8. ^ "UIL Lone Star Cup Champions". University Inter-Scholastic League. 2019-03-16.

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