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Seguin High School (Arlington, Texas)

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Seguin High School (Arlington, Texas)

Seguin High School
Arlington, Texas, 76002
United States
Principal Samuel Nix
Grades 9-12
Color(s)      Black      Carolina Blue
Mascot Cougar
Newspaper The Cougar Times
Yearbook The Cougar

Seguin High School is a secondary school serving grades 9–12 located in Arlington, Texas and is part of the Arlington Independent School District. The school has around 1700 registered students.[1]


  • History 1
  • Academics 2
  • Athletics 3
  • UIL 4
  • Notable alumni 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7


Seguin High School first opened in August 2002 and received formal dedication in November of that year. The school is classified as a UIL Class 5A school. Because the area has been built-out for some time and no new residential construction is planned, the school is anticipated to remain 5A.

Ed Farmer served as Principal from the opening of Seguin in 2002 until his retirement in January 2011. Michael Hill became Farmer's successor Jan. 20, 2011. On April 4th, 2013, Samuel Nix became Seguin's new principal. Nix served as principal of Carter Junior High School since 2011. [2]


In spring 2010 Seguin narrowly missed TEA requirements to be named a Recognized school. The school was 1% low in one sub-population in mathematics.

Seguin has several active academic organizations including NHS, UIL academics, Academic Decathlon, journalism, and Environmental Club.


Girls Track has their highest finish with a 1st place 5A State Title in 2015. Coach Katra Ridgeway has been the Girls Head Coach since 2002.


Juan Seguin actively participates in Computer Science, Choir, Orchestra, Band, Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Softball, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, and Wrestling.[3]

Notable alumni


  1. ^ Arlington ISD High Schools
  2. ^ Juan Seguin High School Website
  3. ^ Juan Seguin High School Athletics

External links

  • School Homepage

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