Manvel High School

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Manvel High School
Manvel High School 2013.jpg
Motto "Hoka Hey"
Established 2006
Type Secondary School
Affiliations Alvin ISD
Principal Darrell Alexander
Asst. Principal Mechelle Wilson, Marisa Davis, Aeniqua Flowers, Christina Ritz-Wiltz, Raymond Root
Faculty 63
Teaching staff 125
Students 2,379
High School 9-12
Location Manvel, Texas, Texas, USA
Coordinates 29°28′20″N 95°21′55″W / 29.47222°N 95.36528°W / 29.47222; -95.36528Coordinates: 29°28′20″N 95°21′55″W / 29.47222°N 95.36528°W / 29.47222; -95.36528
District Alvin ISD
Accreditation Recognized
Colors Blue, Red, Silver
Athletics Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Swimming, Powerlifting, Tennis, Cross Country, and Track
Mascot Maverick
Website alvin.tx.schoolwebpages.com

Manvel High School is a secondary school located at 19601 Texas State Highway 6 in Manvel, Texas, United States.

Manvel High School serves 9th through 12th grade and is part of Alvin Independent School District.

History[edit]

Manvel High School opened in fall 2006 with the 9th and 10th grades. Manvel High School, Alvin ISD's second high school, relieved Alvin High School upon the opening. Darrell Alexander is the first principal of Manvel High School, being named to the position in July 2005. By Fall of 2008 Manvel High School opened up for 9-12th grades. The first graduating class was the class of 2009.

Communities served by Manvel High School[edit]

Manvel serves the City of Manvel, the village of Iowa Colony, and portions of the city of Pearland (including the Brazoria County portion of Shadow Creek Ranch, SouthFork, and Lakes of Savannah), and additional portions of unincorporated Brazoria County (including some parts of Rosharon) [1].

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