Martin County High School

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Martin County High School
Address
2801 South Kanner Highway
Stuart, Florida, 34994
United States
Coordinates 27°10′09″N 80°15′02″W / 27.169285°N 80.250623°W / 27.169285; -80.250623Coordinates: 27°10′09″N 80°15′02″W / 27.169285°N 80.250623°W / 27.169285; -80.250623
Information
Type Public high school
Motto A Tradition of Excellence
Established 1964
Locale Suburban
Principal Alfred Fabrizio
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1,933 (2007-08)
Color(s) Blue and gold
         
Mascot Tiger
Newspaper Tiger Pause
Yearbook MACOSH
Website

Martin County High School is a public high school in Stuart, Florida in the Martin County School District. The school enrolled 2,079 students in a 2012 census. Its mascot is the Tiger, and its colors are blue and gold. The principal is Alfred Fabrizio. [1]

Major accomplishments[edit]

  • Boys' State Basketball Champions (1972)
  • Boys' State Basketball Champions (1973)
  • Boys' State Basketball Champions (1979)
  • Boys' State Golf Champions (1988)
  • Girls' State Volleyball Champions (1994)
  • Girls' State Softball Champions (1997)
  • Girls' State Golf Champions (2003)
  • FSPA All Florida (2007)[clarification needed]
  • National Cheerleading Champions (2005 & 2007)
  • Boys' State Bowling Champions (2008)
  • Girls' State Volleyball Champions (2009) (Ranked 9th Nationally)
  • Girls' and Boys' State Bowling Champions (2011)
  • Girls' State Volleyball Champions (2011)
  • FIRST Robotics World Champions, Team 180 SPAM (2012)

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