Austin High School

[El Paso, Texas] Stephen F. Austin High School is a secondary school in El Paso, Texas, opened in 1930. It is part of the El Paso Independent School District. The school`s mascot is a Golden Panther named `Henry.` The school was designed by Texas contractor and architect Robert E. McKee. When the local school district ran out of money durin...
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Austin High School

[Minnesota] ==School layout== Austin High School was primarily constructed in two phases. The older section, c. 1919, has Christgau Hall in the center, while the `new` building, c. 1939, is built around Knowlton Auditorium and Ove Berven Gym. The back of the auditorium stage is directly connected with the north end of the gym and they are d...
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Austin High School

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Austin High School

[Decatur, Alabama] Austin High School is in Decatur, Alabama, United States, and is part of the Decatur City Schools System, enrolling over 1,400 Students. Since its establishment in 1962, Austin has been one of two high schools in the Decatur area. It boasts a variety of programs. ==Curriculum== Austin has a wide variety of programs open t...
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Austin High School

[Houston, Texas] Stephen F. Austin High School is a secondary school located at 1700 Dumble Street in Houston, Texas, United States. The school handles grades nine through twelve and is a part of the Houston Independent School District. In 2013, the school was rated `Met Standard` by the Texas Education Agency. The school, named after Steph...
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