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James Madison High School (San Antonio)

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School type  Public, High School
School district  North East ISD
Grades  9–12
Mascot  Maverick
Colors  Burnt Orange, Navy Blue
Founded  1976
Principal  Debra Aceves-Torres
Enrollment  3,318
Phone  +1 210-356-1400
James Madison High School (San Antonio)
Address  5005 Stahl Rd, San Antonio, TX 78247, USA
Feeder schools  Wood Middle School, Driscoll Middle School, Bernard Harris Middle School

James Madison High School is a public high school, named after U.S. President James Madison, located in the North East Independent School District in San Antonio, Texas in the United States.

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Academia

Founded in 1976, Madison High School graduated its first class in 1980. The school won the Superintendent’s Pride Trophy for six consecutive years. Offering space for 3200+ students, the school currently has the largest student population in its district.

Heroes Stadium

A Field, where the James Madison Mavericks play, they first played here August 9th, 2009

Agriscience Magnet Program

James Madison High School is home to an Agriscience Magnet Program. The program is one of the largest of its kind in Texas.

Notable alumni

  • Norm Charlton - former Major League Baseball Relief Pitcher
  • David Edwards - motivational speaker. As a varsity football player for the school's football team, he suffered paralysis in a game-time injury and became a motivational speaker. His death in 2008 prompted the school to hold an annual "David Edwards Day" on June 21 where students and faculty members sport the number 5 (his football number) in his memory
  • Jeff Foster - former NBA basketball player
  • Jared Padalecki - actor
  • Jocko Sims - actor
  • Todd Pletcher -leading American thoroughbred horse trainer
  • Sunny Anderson chef
  • References

    James Madison High School (San Antonio) Wikipedia


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