• UIL Academic Teams 2016/17: 
    UIL Coordinator: Jeffrey Reece 
      UIL academics: Enhance classroom learning and improve standardized test scores. Prepare students for college and work. Reflect every portion of the basic curriculum. Develop self-esteem and self-confidence. Challenge under-achieving students. Teach important life lessons. Help students grow as human beings. UIL academic contestants learn: The importance of hard work. Poise, self-control, self-discipline and confidence. The importance of teamwork. That winning is more than placing first. That learning is an endless and thrilling journey. Through involvement in UIL, teachers become better educators. By recognizing UIL academic contestants, schools reinforce the importance of learning

    District Competition @Crosby High January 21st, and Magnolia High February 10th and 11th

                                                                        District Meet will be held at Crosby High on March 25th 
    Coach: Daryn Richardson
    Current Issues: 
    Coach: Daryn Richardson
    Computer Applications:
    Coach: Leslie Richardson
    Computer Science:
    Coach: John Castles 
    Coach: Douglas Holcomb
    Coach: Stephen Gentry
    Social Studies:
    Coach: Leslie Richardson
    Spelling and Vocabulary:
    Coach: Ashley Bradshaw 
    Literary Criticism and Ready Writing
    Coach: Jennifer Younge 



    3rd Place: Kaylee Sarton (Regional Qualifier)


    UIL Computer Science Team:

    3rd Place: Mattison Gibson, Clayton McCray, William Clampitt, Brandon DeAlmeida

    UIL Computer Science Individual:

    3rd Place: Brandon DeAlmeida ( Regional Qualifier)


    Brandon DeAlmedia

    (3rd Place Computer Science Individual Written Exam)


    3rd Place UIL Computer Science Team

    Clayton McCray, William Clampitt, Mat Gibson, Brandon DeAlmedia