SABINE

Independent School District

Achieving Excellence

Sabine ISD News

  • Congratulations to Our Own Lady Cards

    Congratulations to Bi-District Champion Lady Cards in their 75-41 defeat of Jefferson Bulldogs. Area playoff game will be against Queen City at Marshall Friday at 6:30. Come and Support Our Lady Cards This Friday Night!

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  • Congratulations to 8th Grade Boys Basketball District Champions

    Congratulations to the Sabine Cardinals 8th grade boys basketball team for clinching the district 15-3A championship last night with their big victory over the Arp Tigers 32-24. The team remains undefeated in district play, with still two games remaining. Breydan Pobuda, Caden Hardin, Kyire Moon, and Jace Burns led the way offensively. Caden Richardson, Brent Warren, and Carter Patterson were stand outs on the defensive end. The 7th grade boys also defeated the Tigers 31-21. Cayden Fortson, Kairron Jackson, and Conner Tucker led the team in scoring, while Zach Donovan, Camden Childress, and Cooper McNatt anchored the defense for the team. ​The Cardinals will return home next Thursday as they host the Cumberland Academy Knights. ​

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  • Cheerleader Tryouts

    HS/MS Cheerleader Tryouts will be April 7th @ 9:00 AM in the HS gym.

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  • All State Choir

    Sabine took five students to compete at Area Auditions. Amity Henry has advanced and made it into the All State Choir and will be performing at the music convention TMEA in February. To get to this level, they have each had to compete against over 15,000 other students across the state of Texas.

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  • Sabine player earns Class 3A Defensive Player of the Year honors

    Sabine junior linebacker Kobe Renfro, who racked up nearly 200 tackles in 10 games, has been named Defensive Player of the Year on the Class 3A Texas Associated Press Sports Editors All-State Football Team.

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  • District 8-AAA All District Football Selections

    Click the title above to see the District 8-AAA All District Football Selections.

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  • High School Parent Survey

    Please help us to improve Sabine High School by taking a short survey. The purpose of the survey is to find out your beliefs and opinions about your child's school. Read each question and choose the response that most closely matches your opinion. Please answer each item honestly. Your responses will be completely confidential. Please click the above headline for more details and link.

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  • Congratulations to Armando Borrego

    "Congratulations to Armando Borrego for a stellar senior Cross Country season! He finished in the top half of the 149 runners at the state meet in Round Rock, Texas with a time 17 minutes and 37 seconds. Great job Armando, you worked very hard and represented Sabine High School very well." Thank you, Coach Heffner

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  • Cross Country

    Congratulations to the Sabine Cross Country team for a stellar performance yesterday at the UIL Regional Cross Country Meet. Senior Armando Borrego finished in 12th place out of 174 runners and qualified for the State Cross Country Meet in Round Rock, Texas on November 4th! The Boys team placed 16th in the team standings out of 36 teams. Sabine's other regional qualifiers were: Trenton Ausmus, Chase Lopez, Wesley McGarity, Jonathan Escobar, Seth Griffin, and Eddie Rosas. Macy Rutland and Sarah Webb qualified for the Sabine Varsity girls team. We are extremely proud of these athletes and let's all encourage Armando as he prepares for the State meet!

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  • Volleyball & Basketball Score Table Ad Information

    If you would like your business ad to be on our volleyball and basketball score table, please click on the provided information.

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  • HS/MS Drop Off/Pick Up Instructions

    Please follow the instructions when dropping off or pickup up your child from the HS/MS

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  • School Supply Lists for 2017-2018

    Click the headline above for more information.

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  • Kilgore College Adult Education and Literacy

    English Classes for Adults. Mondays and Tuesdays 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. In classroom 211 of Sabine High School. Other new student registration days are: Monday, October 2nd, at 6:00, Monday, November 6th, at 6:00, Monday, December 4th, at 6:00. For more information, call (903) 236-2004 (Spanish speaker available). *The only requirement is that students complete at least 60 hours of class in order to take the progress test

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  • Kilgore College

    If your student plans to attend Kilgore College in the fall, you need to be applying for their scholarships NOW! Visit the following to find out what is available: https://www.kilgore.edu/future-students/student-services/financial-aid/financial-aid-scholarships.

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  • School Board Meeting Videos

    Due to the large number of requests we get for DVD copies of the board meetings, we are now posting the videos on our web site. To access these videos, please go to About Us > School Board > Board Meeting Videos . You will be able to access recent videos as well as all school board meeting recordings in the future.

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  • Sabine ISD Has an Updated Mobile App

    Sabine ISD has an updated mobile app. It is available in the iTunes App Store and Google Play store and has a new user interface. Don't forget to check your phone/device's updates section to allow it to update.

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  • High School Counselors are now on Facebook

    Follow us @sabinehighschool on Facebook: www.facebook.com/sabinehighschool for information from the counseling department for 9th-12th graders, parents, teachers, and community.

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  • Elementary Student Drop Off/Pick Up Information

    Drop Off Begins at 7:30 AM, Pick Up Begins: 3:10 PM. ALL students who will be dropped off or picked up by parents, will need to do so in the FRONT of the school.

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Mission Statement

  • Sabine ISD Mission
    The Mission of the Sabine Independent School District is to provide appropriate, challenging opportunities in a safe and positive environment, so that all students can develop academically, mentally, emotionally, physically and socially to their fullest potential. Sabine ISD will prepare students to become good citizens and productive members of society by enabling them to be competent problem solvers and communicators, effective, collaborative workers and users of technology, and life-long learners.
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