Monterey High School (Lubbock, Texas)

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Monterey High School
Location
3211 47th Street Lubbock, Texas
Lubbock, TX 79413

Information
Type Public
Established 1955
Principal Jack Purkeypile
Enrollment 2,200
Colors
Mascot
Columbia Blue and Scarlet
Plainsmen
Website

Monterey High School is a 4A high school located in central Lubbock, Texas, United States (Monterey High School will become a 4A school at the beginning of the 2012-2013 academic year per the UIL realignment announcement of February 2012). Monterey is part of the Lubbock Independent School District. Established in 1955, Monterey was the third high school to be established in Lubbock, after Lubbock High School and Dunbar High School. Dunbar was later changed to a Junior High.

The current city of Lubbock started from the merger of two separate communities, Old Lubbock and Monterey. In a compromise move, the residents of Old Lubbock relocated to Monterey but renamed the new community Lubbock; the high school name is in remembrance to Lubbock's past.

Notable alumni[edit]

Maj. Gen. Wendy Motlong Masiello, USAF, a 1976 alumna of Lubbock's Monterey High School

References[edit]

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  5. ^ "Kenny Bernstein". plainsmen.org. Retrieved 22 August 2013. 
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External links[edit]

Coordinates: 33°33′3.12″N 101°53′6.00″W / 33.5508667°N 101.8850000°W / 33.5508667; -101.8850000