As the state continues to grow in population, new schools are being added regularly. Lamar Consolidated ISD is no exception as it will have its sixth high school open in the Fall of this year.
On Thursday evening, the official Randle High School Twitter account took the wraps off the logos for the school.
Welcome to the Lions Den. pic.twitter.com/JB7F2IpChb
— Randle High School (@RandleHS) February 19, 2021
Here’s a larger version of the graphic from the tweet.
Back in November, Lamar CISD announced the school’s colors would be black, white and silver, as suggested by the students.
The color combo isn’t that unique in the state as a number of other UIL schools utilize it, including Austin Vandegrift, Fort Worth South Hills, Eagle Pass Winn and Laredo United South among many others.
More interestingly, Randle High School is the second high school in the state with that name, albeit with a different spelling. There is Canyon Randall, which also includes a white, black and silver color palette.
Randle High School will be the 47th UIL school, by our count, to use Lions as its mascot.
As for the logos, the lion is simple with a black outline for the tail, body, mane and head. The Randle and Lion font looks to be unique and specifically-designed for the new school.
The TR logo seems very familiar to an old alternate Toronto Raptors logo.
With the addition of the Lions, Lamar CISD is home to the Falcons, Chargers, Longhorns, Mustangs and Rangers.