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Boswell High School is a public secondary school in Fort Worth, Texas
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). It is part of the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District
The Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District is located in the northwest corner of Tarrant County, Texas and includes of land in Saginaw, Eagle Mountain, Blue Mound and several housing additions in the City of Fort Worth, near Eagle Mountain Lake...
and serves all students within grades nine and twelve. Boswell High school features academics above both the Texas and National average based on its SAT scores.
Boswell High school, where "It's a great day to be a Pioneer!"
Boswell High School has one principal and three assistant principals; including:
- Principal - Stephen Griffin
- Assistant Principal - Penny Arrington
- Assistant Principal - Ilda Blount
- Assistant Principal - Holley Prescott
- Assistant Principal - Dana Barnes
Boswell High School has the following Athletic programs; they also have Athletic Trainers.
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- Cross Country
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- Marching Band
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/PBR Bullfighter Barry Hankins
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First Baseman Brad Hawpe
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golfer Angela Stanford
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- Republican Senatorial Medal of Freedom recipient Tov Henderson
- State Senator
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and former Austin
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Clubs and Programs
Boswell High School has the following clubs and programs students can participate in:
- Art Club
- Anime Club
- Boswell Band of Gold
- Bowling Team
- Business Professionals of America
- Car Club
- Engineering Team
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Family Career and Community Leaders of America
- Future Farmers of America
- French Club
- German Club
- Key Club
- Los Amigos
- National Honor Society
- Optimist Club
- Paintball Club
- Philosophy Club
- Pure Gold Dance Team
- Spanish Club
- Students Against Destructive Decisions
- Student Council
- Thespians Club
- Youth in Government