Langham Creek High school was the fourth high school built in the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District. The district needed a fourth high school to help relieve overcrowding at Cy-Fair, Jersey Village and Cypress Creek High schools. Langham Creek, located in an area formerly known as Wolf Corners, adopted as its mascot the Lobo. The area was once known to have wolves roaming the area around FM 529 and Barker Cypress. Wolf hunters were even known to display wolf hides on the corner of Highway 6 and FM 529.
Prior to the opening of Langham Creek High in the fall of 1985, the newly built Labay Junior High served as the interim campus for Lobo staff and students for the 1984 school year. In the fall of 1985, the 453,000 square foot building opened its doors to approximately 1400 students. George Hopper served as the first principal of Langham Creek until 1991. He was followed by Leonard Brautigam from 1991-1996, Ray Housley from 1996-2002 and Tom Strother from 2002-2009, Dr. Cheryl Johns from 2009-2012. David Hughes is Langham Creek’s current principal.
Langham Creek continues to strive for excellence both academically and athletically. The “Pride of Langham Creek” can be found in our diverse student population. Our 2,900 plus students, from many backgrounds and ethnicities, come together daily to form the Lobo Pack.
We the students of Langham Creek High
Held close by our pride.
Drawn by loyalty to our colors true
Our red, black and white.
Striving e'er to seek to know,
down the path of life.
With much joy we recall these times
Had at Langham Creek High.
Because I am a lobo, I will: