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The 1st Annual Loin's Pride Golf Tournament
was a huge success! Watch for date an details about the
2014 Tournament.

 

Alumni Directory

Spring High School Alumni Association is working with Harris Connect to produce an alumni
publication scheduled for release in December 2013. Over the next several months, you may receive
postcards, emails or phone calls from Harris asking for updated contact information.
We would appreciate your cooperation in updating your contact information. All updates
are returned to the Spring High School Alumni Association so that our database remains current. Harris
Connect is only collecting information for purposes of the publication.
Your information will not be released to any third parties. You decide whether or not
your personal information is published - make your wishes clear to the
representative with whom you speak. It is a great way to stay connected to the
Spring High School Alumni community. Please call Harris Connect at
1-877-870-4397 to update your information.



2012 Scholarship Winners:

Christine Saenz

Spring Lions Stadium Cushions

Designed and made by Gerald Fauss, Spring Alumni, of Spirit Industries.  Watch the Lions in comfort (or any of your favorite sports teams) for only $10.  Available at Homecoming, September 20th. 

More information available.  Please email:  info@springhighalumni.com


2012 Outstanding Alumni and Distinguished
Faculty/Staff Members

2012 Outstanding Alumni

L.J. Nagy, Class of 1952

Louis John Nagy, better known as L.J., calls the Spring area his life-long home.  Growing up on a dairy farm, he graduates from Carl Wunsche High School which transitions into the current Spring High.  He goes on to attend Sam Houston State University and just a year later marries his high school sweetheart, Carleen, who he celebrates their love story with in almost 60 years of marriage.

As he works full time and raises three children, he continues to thirst for more education which he finds as a part time student at Texas A&M, University  of Houston, Western States University, and Trinity University.  With determination and persistence, L.J. receives a Doctorate Degree in Business Administration after he turns 50.  In addition, he earns a Real Estate Broker License and Master Senior Appraiser's Degree in residential and open land as well as commercial properties.  Another title he carries is that of Cookie Man after baking 125 dozen cookies for the enjoyment of friends and family at Christmas.

Other adventures of L.J.'s life puts him working as the merchandise manager at Montgomery Ward Company, but when they want him to move to California, this Spring native refuses.  This leads him into partnering with his brother Robert in his R.H. Nagy Company until retirement in 2008.

L.J.'s legacy really takes shape in all the service he gives to his church, Spring Baptist, and community with one of the most well known being a major supporter of Tri-Club both on the board and as a bidder.  In fact, the very first Tri-Club Show was held on his dad's dairy farm in the early 50's.

Other highlights of his community-mindedness include being the chief cook and bottle washer at numerous functions, playing Santa, supporting men's prayer breakfast, and currently serving with his wife as Associate Director for the Senior Program at Spring Assistance Ministries where he helps provide food and fun.

While his dedication to the progress of Spring ISD and community warrants recognition, this big-hearted man quickly declares Carleen with their three children, five grandsons, and three great-grandchildren give him the most pride.


2012 Distinguished Faculty/Staff

Susan Sheets

Variety is the spice of life defines Susan Sheets.  With her father being in the Air Force, she called many places home growing up, but she receives her high school diploma from San Antonio.  From there, she decides to continue her education at Baylor, but after a year, the love bug bites and she marries an Army man whose service takes them to Alaska where Susan continues her studies.

Later, after they find their way back to Houston, Susan earns an Interior Design degree from University of Houston after which she exercises her talents with a home builder for a while; however, she feels there were new horizons she wants to explore.  This leads her to seek her graduate degree in Art Education from Sam Houston State University which starts her 23-year teaching career.

Her talents, passion, and enthusiasm live through her students who hold numerous awards and recognition that include Houston Rodeo Art finalists, scholarships ( some full-rides and at prestigious universities), and art careers.

"Ms. Sheets has a deep love for art in all its forms and has a special way of importing that love to her students."  "Thanks to her, I can recognize artists when I view their work in museums."  "Most of us were taking Art I as an 'easy' elective class.  Although it proved anything but easy, it was very productive."

Besides her classroom productions during all this time, she creates some living art - a son who graduated from Spring High, earns a law degree, lives in China, and makes Susan a grandmother.

With her creative juices still flowing and being a southern girl at heart, Susan continues to put her love of art on canvas which features horses, longhorn cattle, and Texas landscapes and features it at her galleries in Fredricksburg, Bellville, and Houston.

 


Montgomery High School Principal, Bobby Morris, Honored by Region VI

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Spring High School

To find out about the school and future events, go to:

http://classroom.springisd.org/webs/shs.campus or www.springisd.org
 


Carl Wunsche Sr. High School

This is a career academy on Spring Cypress and Wunsche Loop where Spring/Salyers Elementary and Spring High School were formerly located.  Check it out at:

http://academy.springisd.org/index.asp or www.springisd.org


 

 

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