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Lumberton High School

Lumberton High School
Lumberton, Texas
United States
Established 1967
Number of students 1,081

Lumberton High School is a high school in Lumberton, Texas. It is operated by the Lumberton Independent School District.


  • History 1
  • General 2
  • Academics 3
    • Teacher Experience 3.1
    • Average Class Size 3.2


The Lumberton Independent School District was created in 1967 based on the old Chance-Loeb school district that had previously been the school for children in the area. The original High School is now currently home of the Lumberton Middle School, located on US Highway 96. The new High School, which opened in the fall of 1979, is located on the expanding Highway 69 on the west side of Lumberton. Located in the front of the school is a tree planted in memoriam of five students who died in a car crash in May 1998. The students were Trey Landry, Michael Richey, Matt Richard, Daniel Salim, and Clint Bertrand.


The school's official color is 4A Classifications in terms of enrollment, usually bordering around the 1000 mark. (2007-2008 enrollment of 1,081.) The school is home to Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classifications. The current school principal is Gretchen Scoggins. The current superintendent is John Valastro.


For the 2004-2005 school year, Lumberton HS was rated "Academically Acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency. However, in the previous four years, the school had earned the "Exception Ranking".

Teacher Experience

Lumberton HS State Average
Average Years Teaching 12 11
First Year Teachers 5% 8%

Average Class Size

Subject Lumberton HS State Average
English 23 21
Foreign Language 25 22
Math 19 21
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