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Katy Independent School District

James E. Taylor High School

​​​​​​​​​​​About Us​​

​​James E. Taylor High SchoolStriving for excellence, meeting the challenges of today, preparing students for tomorrow . . . Taylor High School lives up to its motto: Taylor Made for Success. Taylor has a strong academic focus that reflects the interest and involvement of parents, businesses and community leaders. The school day consists of seven 50-minute class periods. A broad-based curriculum gives students access to a wide variety of academic offerings in the core areas of English, mathematics, science, social studies, plus foreign languages, computer science, business, technology, fine arts, speech and journalism. 

Clubs, organizations and athletics offer students of every interest a way to be involved in school activities.  Students compete in Academic Challenge, Academic Decathlon and Octathlon, UIL events, Destination ImagiNation, Comedy Sportz and speech and debate.  Campus publications are the Mane Event newspaper, Stampede yearbook and Blue Review video magazine.  Other organizations include Student Council, National Honor Society, Junior Achievement, foreign language clubs, Business Professionals of America, Future Business Leaders of America, and clubs for students with special interests: computer programming, art, philosophy, poetry and photography.

​​​School Colors: Royal Blue and White   Mascot: Mustang​​     School Profile: Sept 2016​

  

Mission Statement

In partnership with parents and community, James E. Taylor High School is committed to providing a balanced program of academic study and extra/co-curricular programs in a safe and caring environment. Our intent is to prepare our students to excel in the areas of lifelong learning and citizenship, and achieve both personal and professional success.​

Vision

We believe that in order to earn personal and professional success... Students must learn to THINK critically and solve real world problems with information that can be difficult or ambiguous. Students must learn that success is more often born of WORK, persistence, and grit, than of talent and natural ability. Students will GROW their intellectual and physical skills through hard work, practice, and belief in themselves. We believe that we are responsible for ensuring that students think, work, and grow.

School Songs​

                       

Words by Gail Land
Music by Don Elam

Taylor High, we pledge to thee
Honor and fidelity,
Both now and in the years to be,
A never-failing loyalty.
Your name we shall ever see
Etched in our memory.
So here's to you, the blue and white of
Taylor High.

Words by Gail Land
Music by Don Elam

Mustangs, Mustangs, stand by your name,
Mustangs, Mustangs, fight for your fame.
We've got the spirit in it,
We've got the pep to win it.
Taylor, blue and white.
Oh! Yes, We'll
Fight, fight, fight, with all our might
For the Mustangs blue and white.
So come on, team, do your best.
You can stand the test, for
Taylor, Taylor, better t​han the rest.

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