A college preparatory school for young men and women

At St. Pius X High School, we educate and empower students on the stage, playing field, court, and in the classroom – Veritas Men and Women who do the right thing at the right time for the right reason.


At St. Pius X High School, students can explore a rich world of academic and co-curriculars, and make real connections with a diverse group of young men and women.

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Four Pillars

Prayer, study, community, preaching - these four pillars are critical to the education and formation of St. Pius X High School students.

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St. Pius X High School provides students with the opportunity to excel through their four years of study.

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Hundreds of alumni, parents, friends, faculty and staff transform the lives of students by making St. Pius X High School a philanthropic priority every year.

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By The Numbers


Percent of SPX graduates accepted to colleges and universities. Some recent acceptances include the University  of Texas, Texas A&M, Baylor University,  Rice University, Notre Dame, University of Houston, Louisiana State University, and Colorado School of Mines


Students who have participated in the first two years of the SPX Engineering Your World program as designed by the University of Texas Cockrell School of Engineering and NASA 


Number of zip codes students live in that are attending St. Pius X High School.


Ranking out of 394 Texas schools for diversity on Niche.com


Million dollars raised in scholarships by the Class of 2022 with 100% post-secondary placement


Number of clubs and organizations students can join, including Robotics Team, Latinx Cultural Club, the International Thespian Society, Sports Medicine and E-Sports


Hours of community service fulfilled by the Class of 2022 as a part of Christian Service Learning 


Student to teacher ratio 


District championships, nearly 50 final four appearances and more than 45 state titles in the storied history of SPX athletics


AP Scholars in the past eight years, including 38 AP Scholars with distinctions and 26 AP Scholars with honors

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