Coconut Creek High School
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|Coconut Creek High School|
1400 Northwest 44 Avenue
|School district||Broward County Public Schools|
Coconut Creek High School is a high school located in Coconut Creek, Florida, which teaches grades 9–12. Coconut Creek High serves Coconut Creek, and parts of Margate, North Lauderdale, and Pompano Beach. The school is a part of the Broward County School District. It opened in 1970 and subsequently became notable in music, cross-country, and baseball.
As of the 2017-2018 school year, the total enrollment was 1,454. The ethnic makeup was 73.4% Black, 5.70% White, 14.5% Hispanic, 2.54% Multiracial, 2.60% Asian or Pacific Islander, and 1.16% Native American or Native Alaskan.
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- Hanik Milligan, National Football League player
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- Khambrel McPherson, Grammy nominated songwriter
- Dave Thomas, founder of Wendy's
- Bobby Cannavale, actor
- Mark Portmann, Record producer and songwriter
- Beth Bloom, United States District Court Judge for the Southern District of Florida
- Ryan Parmeter, professional wrestler known as Konnor (The Ascension) with World Wrestling Entertainment
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