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John H. Reagan High School is a high school in Houston, Texas, United States located at 413 E 13th St., Houston, Texas 77008.Reagan, which enrolls students in grades nine through twelve, is a part of the Houston Independent School District. Reagan is located in the Houston Heights neighborhood. Reagan, which was named after John H. Reagan, has HISD's computer magnet program.The school gymnasium is the home court of the Houston Takers, a professional men's basketball team in the American Basketball Association.As of 2008, the principal of Reagan High School is Connie Berger.HistoryReagan was first established in 1904 as Houston Heights High School.Houston Heights tied with Cleburne High School, 0-0, in the 1920 state championship football game, and was declared a co-champion with Cleburne. This is the first state football championship game recognized by Dave Campbell's Texas Football.In the summer of 1909, a fire destroyed most of the campus. The school was relocated and reopened that fall. In 1925, the name was changed to Alexander Hamilton Senior High in honor of the nation’s first secretary of the treasury. When Reagan High School opened in 1926, the Hamilton campus became Hamilton Junior High and is now Hamilton Middle School. The campus was designed by John Staub and William Ward Watkin, who were designers of the original campus of Rice University. Reagan was first established as an all-white high school. Reagan was relieved by Waltrip High School when Waltrip opened in 1959.
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