Muriel Battle High School

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Muriel Williams Battle High School
7575 E. St. Charles Road
Columbia, Missouri, 65202
United States
Coordinates 38°58′15″N 92°13′16″W / 38.97097°N 92.22123°W / 38.97097; -92.22123Coordinates: 38°58′15″N 92°13′16″W / 38.97097°N 92.22123°W / 38.97097; -92.22123
Type Public Secondary
Motto "Battle Ready!"
Established 2013
Oversight Columbia Public Schools
Principal Kim Presko[1]
Grades 9-11
Medium of language English
Campus type Suburban
Color(s) Blue and Gold
Athletics Soccer, American Football, cross country, volleyball, tennis, softball, golf, diving & swimming, basketball, wrestling, baseball, track and field, Color Guard
Athletics conference Independent
Mascot Spartans

Muriel Williams Battle High School (commonly Battle) is a coeducational public secondary school in Columbia, Missouri, United States, that will open in Fall 2013. The school will serve students in grades 911 (seniors will not attend battle for the first year of operation) and be one of four public high schools in the Columbia Public School District. The school opened for 2013 summer school on June 3rd, 2013, and will start its first school year in August 2013.[2]


Columbia's population growth was well over 20% between the 2000 and 2010 censuses. The city is expected to grow most rapidly in the north and east directions in the following decades. Anticipating this a 120 million dollar bond issue was passed in April 2010.[3][4]


Battle is located in what is currently the suburban fringe of east Columbia just north of I-70


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