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  • Dr. Glenn Mitchell

    Principal

     

    3501 S/Sgt. Lucian Adams Dr

    Port Arthur, TX 77642

    409-984-4000

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  • MHS Graduation Ceremony Etiquette

    The Lamar University Montagne Center forbids the use of cowbells, horns, and other noise makers. There will have security on hand and ready to remove those persons who will not abide by the rules. Please be mindful that everyone present will have relatives, friends, and neighbors graduating and they want to see them and hear their names called. So as the program proceeds, please be very quiet when names are being called so everyone can hear the names they came to hear.

    -Dr. Glenn Mitchell, MHS Principal

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  • May 12 - 13, 2017. Austin, Texas. Class 5A State Track and Field.


    track2017 On May 12th, the Varsity Boys Track team competed in the Class 5A State Track and Field Meet in Austin. The boys were runners-up in the team division. The meet was an exciting one from beginning to the end! Emotions were high and could be seen throughout the meet. The day began at 8 am with the Boys Long Jump which Xavier Hull competed in. He gave his all during the event. He placed 6th overall. Fast forward to 6 pm in which the Running Events began. What a start is was! The 400 Meter Relay of Freshmen Ireon Brown, Senior Kary Vincent, Junior Xavier Hull, and Senior De'Andre Angelle blazed the track with a time that left people breathless. The board at Mike A Myers Stadium read 39.80 seconds, which is a 5A State meet record and #2 all time. That same quartet came back and set yet another record in the 800 Meter Relay, but this time wasn't just at State Record but at NATIONAL RECORD!!!! The time was 1 minute 23.52 seconds!!! With those two times, the Titans are the #1 team in all of the NATION!!! In the 800 Junior JaQuan Francois ran hard but came up short and finished in 8th place. In the boys 200 Meter Dash our defending 6A Champion from 2016 Kary Vincent, Jr. came into the race as the guy that everyone was looking to dethrone. Just like all the races all this season KJ, came out on top and ran a blazing time of 20.71 seconds. The night ended just like it began with a bang and giving the fans what they wanted which was the best 1600 Meter Relay teams compete. The Titans were 3rd with a time of 3 minutes 14.75 seconds. The team composed of Junior JaQuan Francois, Junior Xavier Hull, Junior Gregory Laday, and Freshmen Ireon Brown

    Whenever you see these young men please join us as we celebrate the history-making season this set of Titan Speedsters have made!!!

    Great Job on a Wonderful, Outstanding season!  We've only just begun to tap the talents we have here in Port Arthur, where our Talent is "HOME GROWN"!!! 


    Texas school breaks multiple records at state championships - YouTube

    The Port Arthur Memorial (TX) boys 4x200m and 4x100m relay teams broke state records, missing the national records by not even a second, at the UIL Texas stadium.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


     

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  • April 18, 2017.  Nederland High School.  UIL CONCERT & SIGHT READING competition @ Nederland High School Performing Arts Center 

    band For the first time in the history of Memorial High School's existence, the Memorial High School concert band, under the leadership of Trent Johnson, Alex Frazier, and Neil Williamson have just earned the much coveted and highly sought-after sweepstakes award. This distinguished award can only be earned when performance ensembles earn a Division I rating in the performance of their prepared concert repertoire, as well as a Division I in the performance of sight reading (repertoire that had never been seen before) repertoire.  

    Memorial High School concert band has shown proficiency and mastery in both divisions. Click here to view more photographs.

    PAISD STRONG!!!!

    Ms. Cordelia Mollyn Cole

    Fine Arts-Districtwide

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  • Congratulations Titans and Lady Titans on being chosen to represent MHS as Soccer All-District Teams members. 
     
    Titans Soccer
    1st Team 
    Gilberto Munguia (Senior) Defender
    Roberto Guzman (Senior) Midfielder
     
    2nd Team
    Sergio Sanchez (Junior) Midfielder
     
    Honorable Mention
    Kevin Preciado (Senior) Midfielder
    Lizandro Nunez (Senior) Midfielder
     
    Lady Titans Soccer
    1st Team
    Grettel Vazquez
    Yudith Banda

    2nd Team
    Guadalupe Contreras
    Julissa Tejada

    Source (Girls Soccer Honors): PANews, April 13, 2017


     

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  • April 12, 2017. Memorial High School seniors, Riyah Collins and Kennedi Lofton, sign letters commitment.

    2017 Signing Day video Click here to view photos.

     


     

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  • ElandonRoberts April 6, 2017. New England Patriots' linebacker and former Memorial Titan, Elandon Roberts, challenges Memorial High School 10th grade boys to strive for greatness and prepare for success.  Click here to view on YouTube.

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  • MARCHING HEAT FIELD SHOW

    Great news Heat fans!!! The MHS Marching Heat competed in the "Wavefest Battle of the Bands" on this  Saturday in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. This competition featured some of the most talented high school marching bands in the south, with bands representing Baton Rouge, Dallas, New Orleans, and Pine Bluff, Arkansas, just to name a few. When the scores were tallied your hometown Heat were crowned First Place winners in the Large Band Division and also Grand Champions of the entire event scoring 291 out of 300 points. Congrats to the students on a job well done; your hard is evident and the sky is truly the limit!!! Special thanks to our outstanding band parents, our administrators, and all of the Marching Heat fans who support us everyday!!!

     

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Our Mission

  • Our mission at Memorial High School is to promote independent and creative thinkers by building positive, trusting relationships, where students are continuously engaged in rigorous academic activities that promote higher level thinking and learning, which will empower them to be productive in their communities.

     

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