• Jasper High School

  • Jasper High School front entrance

  • Campus Information

    Assistant Principals: 

    Bradley Bailey

    Robert Eppler

    Coryn Prince

    Chase Vaughn

    Counselors: 

    Danny Burch

    Robin Gott

    Jana Hall

    Yvonne Miller

    Toby Schulte 

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

    Enrollment: 1,350

    School Colors: Green, black and white

    Mascot: Jaguar

    Year Opened: 1996

    Feeder School:

  • Jasper High School Principal Dr. Matthew Endsley

  • Dr. Matthew Endsley
    Principal

  • Contact Campus

    Phone: (469) 752-7400
    Fax: (469) 752-7401
    Address: 
    6800 Archgate Drive
    Plano, TX 75024

  • AchievementsTEA Recognized Rating; Gold Performance Acknowledgment reading, english, language arts, math, science, social studies and attendance; TBEC Award (2008-10); highest scores in the world on the 2005 Advanced Placement Human Geography test; state and national qualifiers in speech; regional and state science fair winners; state and national Science Symposium finalists; state and national Junior Academy of Science finalists; first place Regional French Competition (2006-09); UIL Sweepstakes awards for band, choir and orchestra; all-state band, choir and orchestra qualifiers; 2014 TMEA Honor Full Orchestra; legacy orchestra has consistently ranked as one of the top four high school orchestras in the state of Texas by the Texas Music Educators Association; first place state and third place in nationals at the TrigStar math competition; HOSA placed first in nationals; jasper cheerleaders competed in NCA nationals; FFA participated at both the state and national levels in areas of leadership, vet technology and livestock management; TCEA (Texas Computer Education Association) awarded first place medals to Jasper students for their work in desktop publishing and web mastering; active Future Business Leaders of America chapter with top place winnings in both state and national competitions; JROTC Honor Unit with distinction (top 10% in the nation); third at 2005-06 district One-Act Play competition; awarded two all-star cast and one best technician at 2005-06 district One-Act Play competition; students placed in state and received a top score in the Visual Art Scholastic Event (VASE) competition; and individual tennis district champion (1999-09).

    Campus ProgramsHumanities/gifted programs; AP Human Geography, AP European History, AP World History, AVID, and Project Lead the Way courses. Student organizations such as: FFA; FBLA; LASER; STAND; PALS; student council; yearbook; National Honor Society; french club; german club; French Honor Society; art club; math club. Academic competitions such as: Whiz Quiz; national exams in French and German; state competition in French, Spanish and German.

    Parent Involvement OpportunitiesParents can become involved through many active organizations, such as PTSA, booster clubs, and School Based Improvement Committee (SBIC). Many parents volunteer their time through the PTSA volunteer program by working at student schedule pick-up, in the front office, library, Xeroxing for staff, attendance office, in the school store and in classrooms.

    Community/Business PartnershipsChick-fil-A; Dippin Dots; Jett’s Pizza; Meadows Foundation; Michael Blake; Plano ISD Education Foundation; and Pro DJ Entertainment.

  • History of Jasper

    Jasper honors Plano banker and businessman Thomas Chilton Jasper (1844-1924). He came to Plano in 1887 as a Civil War veteran from Kentucky and opened Plano National Bank, serving as its head cashier until his retirement in 1913. Jasper was also the treasurer of Texas Electric Railway company and a founder of the Plano Cotton Oil Company.

    Jasper High opened in 1996, sharing its 104-acre property and termal heating/cooling system with Gulledge Elementary and Robinson Middle School.