• Plano East Senior High School

  • PESH Facade

  • Campus Information

    Associate Principals:

    Sheela Daniels, Curriculum and Instruction

    Rob Eppler, Student Activities

    Assistant Principals: 

    Stacey Flake

    Brandon Johnson

    Roland Rios

    Tim Johnston

    Director of Guidance: Carah Marquez


    Rona Amora (A-Bel)

    Courtney Harker (Tj-Z)

    Michael Kaprelian (Hor-Lea)

    Crystal Levingston (D-Gal)

    Craig Loveland (S-Ti)

    Jennifer McConaughy (Mom-Pat)

    Sherri Newman (Leb-Mol)

    Jennifer Spring (Gam-Hop)

    Crystal Wilson (Bem-C)

    Jinnetter Dixon (Pau-R)

    School Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.

    Enrollment: 3,000

    School Colors: Black and gold

    Mascot: Panther

    Motto: Winning with class.

    Year Opened: 1981

  • Plano East Senior High School Principal George King

  • George King


  • Contact Campus

    Phone: (469) 752-9000
    Fax: (469) 752-9001
    3000 Los Rios Boulevard
    Plano, TX 75074

  • Achievements

    36 National Merit Finalists (2018-19); over 4,000 AP or IB exams issued (2017-18); Seimens science competition national campion (2017); 14 students named National Merit Semi-Finalists (2015); administered more than 3,000 AP/IB exams (2015); named to 1,000 Best Schools in America, Newsweek Magazine (2006-12); AEIS "Recognized" Campus Accountability rating; and U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School of Excellence (1993, 1998).

    Campus Programs

    International Baccalaureate full diploma; advanced placement (AP); medical science clinical rotation; culinary arts; automotive technology; Army JROTC; and Health Science Academy.

    Parent Involvement Opportunities

    Panthers Inc.; PTSA; booster clubs for athletic and academic programs; volunteers in school; guest speakers; and School Based Improvement Committee (SBIC).

  • History of Plano East

    Plano East is named after its location on the east side of the city of Plano. 

    Phase I of the building's construction was completed in 1981 at a cost of $14.2 million. The building, situated on 123 acres, was created to resemble a college campus. An additional 82,200 square feet of land was added to the school in 1983. The building was renovated in 1997.