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Alamo Heights High School
Address
6900 Broadway Street

,
78209

United States
Coordinates29°29′28″N 98°27′53″W / 29.491199°N 98.464793°W / 29.491199; -98.464793Coordinates: 29°29′28″N 98°27′53″W / 29.491199°N 98.464793°W / 29.491199; -98.464793
Information
TypeTraditional Public
EstablishedOriginal schoolhouse: 1909
Original High School building: 1923
Current High School building: 1950
School districtAlamo Heights Independent School District
SuperintendentDana Bashara
PrincipalCory Smith
Faculty117.19 (FTE)[1]
Grades9-12
Enrollment1,664 (2019–20)[1]
Student to teacher ratio14.20[1]
Campus typeSuburban
Color(s)    Blue and Gold
Athletics conferenceUIL Class AAAAA
MascotMules
NewspaperHoof Print
YearbookOlmos
WebsiteAlamo Heights High School

Alamo Heights High School is a public high school located in the city of Alamo Heights, Texas and is the only high school in the Alamo Heights Independent School District.

Athletics

The Alamo Heights Mules compete in the following sports:[2]

Cheerleading, Volleyball, Cross Country, Football, Basketball, Swimming, Diving, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, Track, Baseball & Softball.

State Titles

  • Boys Basketball - [3]
    • 1952(3A), 1954(3A)
  • Football - [4]
    • 2006(4A/D1)
  • Boys Golf - [5]
    • 1950(City), 1956(2A), 1963(4A), 1964(4A), 1965(4A), 1968(4A), 1970(4A)
  • Boys Soccer - [6][7]
    • 1987(All), 2012(4A)
  • Girls Swimming - [8][9]
    • 1973(3A), 2014(4A)
  • Team Tennis - [10]
    • 1984(4A), 1986(4A), 1987(4A), 1988(4A), 1993(4A), 1994(4A), 1995(4A), 1996(4A), 1998(4A), 1999(4A), 2000(4A),2002(4A)
  • Cheerleading - [11]
    • 2016(5A), 2017(5A), 2019(5A), 2020(5A)

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