Strawberry Crest High School

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Coordinates: 28°01′23″N 82°14′11″W / 28.023107°N 82.236446°W / 28.023107; -82.236446

Strawberry Crest High School
Address
4691 Gallagher Road
Dover, Florida, 33527
USA
Information
Type Public high school
Opened 2009
School district Hillsborough County Public Schools
Principal David Brown
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1,347
Color(s) Red, Black, Silver, and White
                   
Team name Chargers
Website

Strawberry Crest High School is a public high school in East Hillsborough County, Florida. It opened on August 25, 2009 with students from Armwood High School, Durant High School and Plant City High School. It was built to relieve the over-population of the students in these high schools. Strawberry Crest is the 4th high school in Hillsborough County to be an International Baccalaureate high school. A number of the instructors for the IB courses come from the International Baccalaureate Program at the neighboring C. Leon King High School.

David Brown, former principal of Leto High School, is the current principal.[1][2]

The school is located in Dover, Florida. The school mascot is the Charger which is similar to the logo of the [NFL] team Denver Broncos. The school colors are red, black, silver, and white. The school was named Strawberry Crest in order to honor the strawberry growers of the region.

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