School Spirit & History
Uvalde CISD consists of 1,093 square miles in Uvalde, Real, and Zavala counties. Located in the city of Uvalde are two secondary campuses; Uvalde High School and Morales Junior High. There are five elementary campuses; Uvalde Dual Language Academy, Batesville, Dalton, Uvalde Elementary, and Flores Elementary.
Located 82 miles west of San Antonio, Uvalde’s economy is based on agriculture and mineral production. Southwest Texas Junior College, Sul Ross State University, Rio Grande College, and Texas A&M Research and Extension Center serve the area of Uvalde.
The first school in Uvalde was developed about 1856 when the city of Uvalde was founded. Uvalde High School held its first graduation in 1891. The Batesville School opened in 1884. The students now attend school in Batesville through seventh grade. The Batesville High School students have attended Uvalde High School since 1949, however, Batesville officially consolidated with Uvalde ISD in 1973.
"Loyal and True"
We'll always be
loyal and true
all through our school days,
and when we are through.
Uvalde High, three cheers for you,
we pledge our hearts,
and ourselves to you.