Bel Air High School

Achieving Excellence

Points of Pride

  • Welcome to Big Red, Coach Scogin!


    Congratulations to Mr. Padilla on earning 2019-2020 Bel Air High School
    Teacher of the Year!!!

    Mr. George Padilla earns teacher of the year  

    A Big Red Congratulations to Principal Charles Garcia for being chosen Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP), Region 19, Principal of the Year!!!  We are proud to call him our leader and grateful for all he does for the One Red community.
    Mr. Garcia

    Welcome to the Bel Air's Center for Health Professions Magnet, Class of 2022!!
    Please watch this video to see what's in store for you over the next four years.


    After 46 years, the Bel Air High School Dibler Gym will be demolished to make room for an exciting new gym.  Watch the video tribute to the place we called home since 1972.

    A little Bel Air history...

    Do you know the story behind the wooden mascot that stands regally at the school’s entrance? The statue was a gift for the school from the class of 1962. They made the decision during the fall of 1961 and money was collected from the class members to pay for the gift. The sculptor, Ramon Rocha, sketched the Drum Major Sandy Smith as the model for the statue. The project was done before the May 1962 graduation. It continues to be one of the defining symbols of Bel Air’s Big Red Pride. 

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