Father Yermo High School

Father Yermo High School
237 Tobin Place
El Paso, Texas, (El Paso County), 79905
 United States
Coordinates 31°46′9″N 106°26′23″W / 31.76917°N 106.43972°W / 31.76917; -106.43972Coordinates: 31°46′9″N 106°26′23″W / 31.76917°N 106.43972°W / 31.76917; -106.43972

Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1960
Founder Jose Maria Yermo y Parres
Area trustee Alfredo Palacio
Dean Elizabeth Hernandez
Principal Sister Karina Tapia
Headteacher Alfredo Palacio
Chaplain Sister Lucy and Sister Isabel
Teaching staff Mr. Haddox (Chemistry/Physics) Mr. Reyes (Biology/Phy. Science/Anatomy) Mrs. Gonzalez (English I) Mrs. Murphy (English II,III/Journalism) Ms. Fowler (English IV/Speech/Drama) Mrs. Diamonstein (French I,II,III/Music) Ms. Aguirre (Spanish I,II,III/LEP) Mr. Palacio (US History/Government/Economics) Mrs. Blanco (Wld. Geography/Wld. History) Mr. Garcia (Geometry/Algebra II) Mr. Resari (Algebra I/PreCal/Calculus) Sister Isabel (Religion I) Mr. Lopez (Religion II,II,IV) Mrs. Hernandez (P.E.) Sister Alice (Art I,II,III)
Grades 912
Age range 14 - 19
Language English, French and Spanish.
Hours in school day 8
Color(s) Blue and Yellow
Song Father Yermo Schools
Athletics Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball and Track.
Sports Basketball, Volleyball and Soccer.
Mascot Blue Jays
Rival Faith Christian Academy
Accreditation(s) Southern Association of Colleges and Schools [1]
Newspaper The Blue Jay Express
School fees Early Bird 450 / 500
Tuition $3,500 per year
Communities served Chaplains, Stucco, National Honor Society, French Club, Spanish Club.

Father Yermo High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in El Paso, Texas. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of El Paso.


Father Yermo High School was established in 1960 as an alternative for young women who were dropping out of school after the 8th grade. The school became coeducational in 1996.[2]

External links

  • School Website

Notes and references

Texas portal
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