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Hebron High School (Texas)

Hebron High School
Hebron High School
Hebron High - 2010
Bring the Wood!
4207 Plano Parkway
Carrollton, Texas, 75010
United States
School type Public high school
Established 1999
School district Lewisville Independent School District
Principal Scot Finch
Assistant principals Dedrick J. Buckels
Sandra L. Lee
Amy N Obenhaus
Vanessa Robichaux
Michael Vargas
Faculty 211
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 3235 [1] (2012)
Campus type Suburban
Color(s)                Black, Silver & Royal Blue,
Athletics conference UIL Class AAAAAA
Mascot Hawks/Lady Hawks
Newspaper The Hawk Eye
Yearbook Talon

Hebron High School is a public school in located in Carrollton, Texas, USA near the border of Carrollton and Plano and classified as a 6A school by the UIL. It is a part of the Lewisville Independent School District which serves from portions of five surrounding cities in southeastern Denton County and southwestern Collin County, Texas. It is one of five public high schools in the district. In 2015, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.[2]


  • History 1
  • Feeder schools 2
  • Academics 3
  • Athletics 4
    • State Titles 4.1
  • Extracurricular activities 5
  • Spirit 6
  • Notable alumni 7
  • Achievements 8
  • References 9
  • External links 10


The school opened in 1999 with only two grades and now serves students from grades 9 to 12. Ninth graders attend the adjacent Hebron 9th Grade Center, which opened in 2010. The Class of 2002 was the first graduating class. Hebron High School is located in what used to be the old town of Hebron. Only a few small patches of the town remain; most has been incorporated into surrounding cities of Carrollton, Plano, and The Colony.

The school services diverse communities from far west Plano, southwest Frisco, small portions of far east The Colony, far north Carrollton, and far southeast Lewisville. This geographic diversity provides an excellent exposure for young students to engage in academic and athletic achievements with a diverse, creative student body that has achieved state and national success and achievements in a very short, 15 year time-frame. Hebron High School is one of the great, best kept secrets of far north Plano and Southwest Frisco, and the school's undeniable reputation for excellence in the classroom and community can no longer be denied by jaded, Dallas Real Estate agents.

Feeder schools

Elementary schools that feed into Hebron include:[3]

  • Castle Hills Elementary School
  • Coyote Ridge Elementary School (South of Highway 121)
  • Hebron Valley Elementary School
  • Homestead Elementary School
  • Hicks Elementary School
  • Indian Creek Elementary School
  • Polser Elementary School

Middle schools that feed into Hebron include:

  • Arbor Creek Middle School
  • Creek Valley Middle School
  • Killian Middle School


Hebron is one of the top academic schools in the area, is firmly committed to the Advanced Placement Program, and exports many AP Scholars every year.

In 2006, seventeen Hebron students were named National Merit commended students. Thirteen went on to become National Merit Semi-Finalists, the highest number in Hebron's history, and twelve of these thirteen advanced to finalist status.


The Hebron Hawks compete in these sports - [4]

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

State Titles

  • Girls Cross Country - [5]
    • 2014(6A)
  • Football - [6]
    • 2005(4A/D2)
  • Girls Soccer - [7]
    • 2014(5A)
  • Volleyball - [8]
    • 2004(4A), 2010(5A)

Extracurricular activities

The school's co-curricular and extracurricular offerings include, but are not limited to:

Academic Decathlon Octathlon American Sign Language Club Art Club
Anime Club Art-Visual Art Society Band Book Club
Boom Squad Bowling Club BPA Cheerleading
Chess Club Choir Circle of Friends Creative Writing
Crime Stoppers Debate DECA Drill Team
FCA FCCLA French Club Future Doctors Club
Gay-Straight Alliance German Club Hebron Christian Club Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
I Am Second Journey to Dream Key Club Latin Club
Math Club National Honor Society Navy JROTC Journalism (Newspaper, Yearbook, Broadcast)
Orchestra Rays of Sunshine Ruckus/Rowdy Crowd Science Club
Science Honor Society South Asian Student Association Spanish Honor Society Sports Medicine
Technology Student Association Student Council UIL Academics UNICEF

In 2008, the Hebron Band placed tenth best in the University Interscholastic League, in 2010, the band received 6th and in 2012 it received second. Currently at the past Bands of America regional for Dallas, October 12, 2013, the band received first and won captions for Music and General Effect. The Hebron Speech and Debate team is one of the most accomplished in the state, qualifying CX Teams and Individual Participants for the Texas Forensic Association State tournament. In 2012, the school newspaper The Hawk Eye received a Silver Crown, a prestigious award given by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.[9]


Sports teams are called the Hebron Hawks; women's teams are called the Lady Hawks. The school colors are black, silver, and blue. The official school mascot is Harry the Hawk.

Football players are encouraged to "Bring the Wood" (abbreviated BTW) by their coaches and a large plank of wood can be seen at football games with the phrase inscribed on its side. The popular slogan has earned Hebron's stadium the nickname "The Woodshed". "Bring the Wood" was invented by members of the 2000 Freshman Hawks Football team, the first team to win a district championship in football winning the 2000 District 9-4A district championship for Freshman teams.[10]

The hawk talon, raised in the air while singing the alma mater, is made by curling the index and middle finger in the air while bending the thumb toward the palm in a similar fashion and tucking the ring and pinky fingers into the palm completely. Students display this when acknowledging authority at events or at certain times during games.

Notable alumni


  • Drill team
    • National Champions MA National Dance Championships in 2006, 2007.
    • National Champions HTE National Dance Championships in 2009, 2010.
    • National Champions ADTS National Dance Championships in 2011.
  • Cheerleading
    • NCA High School National Champions Large Co-Ed division 2002
  • Band
    • 2008 UIL 5A State Finalist- 10th place
    • 2010 UIL 5A State Finalist- 6th place
    • 2012 UIL 5A State Finalist- 2nd place
    • 2014 UIL 6A State Finalist- 2nd Place
    • 2013 BOA DFW Regional Champions
    • 2013 BOA San Antonio Super Regional Finalist- 2nd place
    • 2014 BOA Denton Regional Champions
    • 2014 BOA San Antonio Super Regional Finalist- 6th place


  1. ^ Texas Tribune
  2. ^ "2015 Accountability Rating System" (PDF). Texas Education Agency. 
  3. ^ Feeder School List
  4. ^ The Athletics Department
  5. ^ UIL Girls Cross Country Archives
  6. ^ Lone Star Football Network
  7. ^ UIL Girls Soccer Archives
  8. ^ UIL Volleyball Archives
  9. ^ [2]
  10. ^ "Hebron shines on stage".

External links

  • Lewisville School District Website
  • Hebron High School Website
  • Hebron Hawk Football Website
  • Hebron Hawk Basketball Website
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