Sidney Lanier High School first opened in 1915 as McKinley Elementary School. In 1923, McKinley was renamed Sidney Lanier in accordance with the District's practice of naming the junior schools after American authors. Lanier became a junior-senior high school in 1929 until 1969 when Tafolla Middle School opened. The new Lanier Campus on the site of the old school opened in 1975. Sidney Lanier High School serves 9th through 12th grade students.
Serving the San Antonio Independent School District, Lanier boasts an enrollment of approximately 1400 students. Their mascot is a Vok which is short for a vocational student as Lanier was San Antonio's first vocational high school. A gear emblem represents the Voks symbolizing a smaller part of a big machine which without that would not be able to function, analogous to a vocational student entering society and the workforce.
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