Robert G. Cole High School

News and Announcements

Cole Principal Named Finalist for H-E-B Award

Robert G. Cole Middle and High School principal, Dr. Isabell Clayton, was honored as a finalist for the 2017 H-E-B Excellence in Education Award at a surprise assembly held on Tuesday, March 7. Representatives from H-E-B, along with H.E.Buddy, made the announcement as middle and high school students cheered while Clayton accepted a $1,000 check for herself as well as a $2,500 check for the school.
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AcaDec Excels at State!

The Cole Academic Decathlon had a strong showing at this weekend’s state meet. Jasmine G. and Gabrielle Saddler increased their total scores by 500 and 800 points. Cole's top Honors student was Katie Keenan, top scholastic was Braesha A., top varsity was Meagan R. Gabriela Sanchez won a medal for the top overall speech in the state and Braesha A. received a medal coming in 1st place in the state for interview. Congratulations to all academic decathlon competitors.
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District and Campus Survey Results Available for Review

FSHISD conducted its first district and campus surveys to inform students, parents, staff, and other district stakeholders of perceptions in key areas. Using a continuous improvement model, district and campus teams will discuss results, gather more information if necessary, identify areas of strength and improvement needed, and develop action steps.

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Cole's Got Talent LiveStream!

If you can't join us in person for the Cole's Got Talent Dinner and Show on Saturday, February 25th at 6:00 pm, you can watch live online by clicking the headline above.
(If you are joining us, don't forget that dinner starts at 5:00 pm and don't forget money for the silent auction.)
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Congratulations to San Antonio Book Festival Fiction Contest Finalist & 2nd Place Winner!

Two Cole students recently won awards in a local writing contest. 7th grader Arianna was a Fiction Contest finalist for “The Girl and the Bridge”. 10th grader Mia Mercer won 2nd place in the 9th/10th Grade Division for “Building Bridges: A Uniting Touch”.

These students and their teachers will be invited to introduce authors who will be making presentations at the San Antonio Book Festival on April 8, 2017.

Way to go!
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Cole Swimmers Qualify for Regionals!

Congratulations to the Cole Swim Team for their results in the District 28 5A meet at the Palo Alto Natatorium. The girls 400 Free Relay set a new school record and are advancing to the regional. Samantha Lee qualified to compete in the 100 Fly, 500 free and as a member of the 400 free relay. The boys also qualified in the 400 free relay. Nine swimmers will be traveling to the regional meet being held in Rosenberg, TX this Friday and Saturday.
Click the headline above to check out the athletic swim page for a complete write up on the district meet as well as fun photos of the Cole Swim Team! Go Cougars!
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Students Shine at FCCLA Contest!

Congratulations to our FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) competitors for their awesome performance at the Regional Competition in Corpus Christi! Five events are advancing to State in Dallas!

Lindsey Goodrich - 1st place in Job Interview
Sonya Archer - 2nd place in Nutrition and Wellness
Lillian Porter - 2nd place in Sports Nutrition
Mark Munoz and Lauren Bemis - 1st place in Entrepreneurship
Miranda M. and Brielle C. - 1st place in Chapter Service Project

Great job!
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Cole Artists Excel at Rodeo Art Competition

Over 400 pieces were entered in this year's Stock Show Western Art Contest and 7 of our Cole students placed in the top 50. Earning top honors were:

Grace Lester received 1st place and top 15 with her oil painting.
Aliyah Jones received 1st place and top 15 with her watercolor piece.
Makayla Cunningham received 1st place and top 25 with her Mixed media art piece.

These three students auctioned their artwork at the Briscoe Western Art museum. Entries judged as the Top 15 were sold at a live auction to the highest bidder, and the remaining Top 25 entries were sold at a silent auction to the highest bidder. Each student artist received the full amount of the proceeds in the form of a college scholarship! Way to go, art students!
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