Braulio Alonso High School

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Braulio Alonso High School
Braulio Alonso High School (July 2007).png
Address
8302 Montague Street
Tampa, Florida, 33635
United States
Coordinates 28°01′04″N 82°36′21″W / 28.017763°N 82.605804°W / 28.017763; -82.605804Coordinates: 28°01′04″N 82°36′21″W / 28.017763°N 82.605804°W / 28.017763; -82.605804
Information
Type Public Secondary
Established 2001
School district Hillsborough County Public Schools
Principal Louis R. Diaz
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 2476 (Fall 2012)
Campus Suburban
Color(s)      Navy blue
     Gold
Mascot Raven
Website
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Braulio Alonso High School is a public high school located in Hillsborough County, Florida. Sandy Bunkin was the school's first principal and after five years retired. She was replaced by Louie Diaz who was the Assistant Principal of Athletics for the first 2 years the school was open then became the principal of Jefferson High School. The school is currently the largest in the 9th largest district in America.

Alonso High is named after Braulio Alonso. He served on the board of directors in the National Education Association from 1958 to 1964, and was elected as its president in 1966.

Alonso High School's mascot is the Raven.

Athletics[edit]

Alonso High School currently offers the following sports:

  • Baseball (Varsity, JV)
    • FHSAA's 2008-09 6A State Baseball Champions. 2010-2011 6A State Baseball Champions 2009-2010 [2]
  • Football (Varsity, JV)
  • Soccer (Boys and Girls)
  • Basketball (Varsity and JV, Boys and Girls)
  • Wrestling (Varsity and JV)
  • Tennis (Boys and Girls)
  • Swimming (Boys and Girls)
  • Golf (Boys and Girls)
  • Volleyball (Varsity and JV)
  • Softball (Girls Varsity)
  • Cross Country (Boys and Girls)
  • Girls Flag Football (Varsity and JV)
  • Track (Boys and Girls)

Clubs[edit]

Alonso theatre department[edit]

Alonso is home to International Thespian Troupe 6299. Since its formation the first year of the school's existence, the troupe has won multiple Superior ratings at the district and state levels.[4]

Notable alumni[edit]

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