Points of Pride
One of the first items of interest that was found while researching Bel Air’s history was the story of 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.
Bel Air is the home of the District's Health Professions.
Bel Air's Fashion Team finished 2nd at the National Competition.
Bel Air's Student Council celebrated El Paso High School's 100th anniversary with 100 cupcakes.
Brian Gonzalez received the most prestigious Bel Air award that can be given to a graduating senior, the Highlander Award, for his accomplishments in Track. In 2015, Brian made history by being the first track athlete from Bel Air to qualify for the 5A State Track and Field Championship Meet in Austin, Texas, since 1996. He was among the best in the state of Texas in running the 400m dash. He was the back-to-back-to-back, 3x District Champion in the 400m dash as well as a three-time regional qualifier in 400.
In 2016, sophomore Ian Zamaro, was recognized by the YISD Board of Trustees for being the first Ysleta ISD student to compete in the wheelchair division at the 5A State Track and Field Championships in Austin, TX. Ian competed in 3 events: 100 meter dash, 400 meter dash, and shot put.
2016 grad Sienna Mata was UIL district news writing champ for the past two years.
Delylah Tovar won honorable mention in newspaper sports photography at NATIONAL Journalism Education Association competition.
Both the Boy's and the Girl's Basketball squads make it to the playoffs in the past 4 years.
Bel Air's boys basketball team to go undefeated (32-0) in regular season.
Bel Air's boy's Soccer team continues the tradition of making it to the playoffs.
Bel Air's Project Lead the Way (PLTW) has the STEM National Certification.
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