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All students enrolled in Yoakum High School must report for in-person instruction. In accordance with TEA guidelines, parents have the option to request a transfer to any school district to meet their children’s educational needs for remote instruction. Parents also have the option to withdraw their children and enroll them in a private school or homeschool. Yoakum ISD feels confident that the District’s plan to PREVENT the virus from entering the school, RESPOND to lab-confirmed cases, and MITIGATE the likelihood of COVID-19 spread inside the school is sound. We will offer instructional support for students experiencing COVID related illnesses just as we would for any other illness. We thank you for working with our district through this very strange time. If you have any questions, please contact our campus principal at 361-293-3442.
Visit our district homepage at https://www.yoakumisd.net/default.aspx?PageID=1 for updated information regarding COVID-19.
Welcome to YHS - Home of the Fighting Bulldogs!
In 1937, Yoakum High School was built on property just outside the city limits. It was the first building to house grades 9–12, and included an auditorium which is still used today. Other buildings have been added throughout the years and surroundings have changed, but a strong tradition remains. Yoakum High School strives for excellence, and students live up to the high expectations in both academics and athletics.
104 Poth St.
Yoakum, TX 77995
There will be a mandatory CPR training for all seniors in the high school gym on 5/15/2023.
There will be a mandatory peace officer training on 5/19/2023 in the HS auditorium.
Baccalaureate practice Friday @ 8:30 am at the Community Center. Baccalaureate service will be Sunday @ 8 p.m.
Graduation will be Friday, May 26 @ 8 p.m.
Starting 2022-2023 School Year -
If a student chooses to utilize a backpack, contents in the bag must be visible. Backpacks may be clear or mesh and clearly display items in the backpack.
Students participating in an extracurricular activity are permitted to carry non-transparent bags to store items pertaining to their particular activity (i.e. band, athletics, etc.). Upon entry into the school, all extracurricular activity bags must be stored in lockers or designated areas that pertain to their extracurricular activity. All bags are subject to search.
The maximum size for non-transparent bags that students in grades 9-12 are permitted to carry during the school day, such as lunch kits, pencil bags and purses, will be 6” x 9”.
Exceptions will be made for medical needs and equipment.