• About SISD Athletics

    Athletic Department Mission Statement

    Consistent with the mission statement of Socorro ISD, the athletic department will provide pathways for students to optimize skills and to reach one’s full potential through participation in athletics and interscholastic competition.  The Socorro ISD Athletic Department seeks to promote the intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development of our student athletes by providing opportunities to participate in athletics. Our program goals are:

    • To teach the value of respect, ethical conduct, and sportsmanship.
    • To encourage the development of a strong work ethic and self‐discipline
    • To develop character and leadership skills.
    • To involve as many students as possible in athletic programs and provide opportunities to invest in teamwork.

  • High Schools:

    • Americas Trailblazers 
    • Eastlake Falcons
    • El Dorado Aztecs
    • Montwood Rams
    • Pebble Hills Spartans
    • Socorro Bulldogs
  • Middle Schools:

    • Bill Sybert Scorpions
    • Capt. Walter E. Clarke Cowboys
    • Col. John O. Ensor Eagles
    • Desert Wind Colts
    • Ernesto Serna Wolves
    • Hurshel Antwine Cougars
    • Jane Hambric Hawks
    • John Drugan Dragons
    • Montwood Middle Moose
    • Salvador H. Sanchez Warriors
    • Socorro Middle Bulldogs
    • Spec. Raphael Hernando Cavaliers
    • SSG. Manuel R. Puentes Bobcats
    • Sun Ridge Generals
    • William D. Slider Stallions
  • The Socorro ISD Athletic Department oversees health and physical education for all students.

    The Student Activities Complex (SAC) is located at 1300 Joe Battle Blvd. in El Paso, Texas. The seating capacity is 11,000. The SAC is equipped with a granular-infill synthetic turf sports field, an all-weather eight-lane track, and a high-tech video board. It is used primarily by SISD students, athletes, coaches, staff, and administration for athletic events such as football games, soccer games, track meets, our Volunteer After School Sports Program championship events for elementary students, and Special Olympics. The SAC is also used by the Fine Arts Department for band competitions, mariachi concerts, and other performing events.

    The Socorro ISD Regional Education Recreational Facility (Aquatics Center) is located at the south side of the SAC at 1257 Southview. It consists of an indoor competition eight lane 25 yard pool, a recreational pool, water slides, a whirlpool, and a party room. It also has an outside recreational pool with water slides and a children’s play area. The Aquatic Center is used by SISD students, athletes, employees, and members of the community for events such as water aerobics, lap swimming, competitive swimming practice, UIL swim meets, 3rd grade Learn to Swim lessons, adaptive physical education swimming, club swimming team practice, and public recreational swimming.