Project Graduation

– A Night our Class of 2019 Will Always Remember By Gwen Ray With graduation quickly approaching for Prosper High School’s Class of 2019, preparations are being made behind the scenes for the last hoorah – Project Graduation. Project Graduation (PG) is an after-graduation event for the graduating seniors. It was created in an effort
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Prosper ISD Press Release – February 15, 2019 Prom and graduation are two of the most memorable moments in a teenager’s life. Unfortunately for many, those nights turn into tragedy as a result of drunk driving. Statistics indicate that Texas drunk driving deaths tend to trend higher than the national average with roughly 4 people
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Prosper ISD’s District Site-Based Committee has narrowed the calendar options and is looking for your feedback on which option you prefer. Please CLICK HERE to vote for your favorite option. Here are the calendar highlights for the upcoming school year, as well as the difference between the two options:C Important Dates for BOTH Calendar Options:
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Prosper High School Seniors recently had the opportunity to experience politics first hand. The event, held annually by Prosper High School teacher Mr. Rod McCall and his government students, is a fantastic opportunity to enlighten students and the community regarding local politics. The event is held for Texas’ third congressional district race. Due to scheduling
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John Alstrin: Director of Bands at Prosper High School Mr. Alstrin makes his home here in Prosper with his wife Christina and their 3 children: Collin(10), Addison(7) and Harper(3). He moved here after serving at L.D. Bell High School in Hurst, Texas for 5 years, The University of Houston for 3 years and Lake Highlands
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Brandon graduated from La Marque High School in 1995, where as a coach’s kid, he made a name for himself on the football field a couple of times with Class 4A state final appearances. He then went on to be a three-year letterman on the football team at Sam Houston State University, graduating in 2001
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Prosper High School has won the 2017-2018 UIL Lone Star Cup!  This honor is earned by only one high school in each UIL classification (1A-6A) that has the best overall results in academics/fine arts and athletics competitions. We amassed 102 points in the academic/fine arts and athletic competitions listed below and you can see the
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Sia Srivastava, a 4th grade student at Folsom Elementary, in Prosper could very well be chosen to have her artwork featured on Google’s homepage. Google’s “Doodle 4 Google” competition is an art contest open to K-12 students across 53 states. Sia, whose doodle “Intergalactic Space Exploration Rollercoaster” won the contest over all Texas competitors is
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One more. One more shot, one more practice, one more win, one more victory. The motto “One More” is what has driven the Prosper Lacrosse team throughout their season and into a #1 state ranking, district and division championships, a 16-game winning streak during their season, undefeated record in district play and a change of
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Sia Srivastava, a 4th grade student at Folsom Elementary, in Prosper could very well be chosen to have her artwork featured on Google’s homepage. Google’s “Doodle 4 Google” competition is an art contest open to K-12 students across 53 states. Sia, whose doodle “Intergalactic Space Exploration Rollercoaster” won the contest over all Texas competitors is now
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