Coronado High School (Lubbock, Texas)

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Coronado High School
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Coronado High School at the intersection of Vicksburg Avenue and 34th Street in Lubbock
4910 29th Dr.
Lubbock, Texas 79410
Coordinates33°33′53″N 101°54′52″W / 33.5646°N 101.91439°W / 33.5646; -101.91439Coordinates: 33°33′53″N 101°54′52″W / 33.5646°N 101.91439°W / 33.5646; -101.91439
MottoIt's a great day to be a Mustang!
PrincipalJulia Stephen
Enrollment2,010 (2016-17)[1]
Scarlet and Gold
MottoCollege Ready, Career Ready and Life Ready

Coronado High School is the second newest high school in the Lubbock Independent School District. Coronado, named for the Spanish conquistador and explorer Francisco Vásquez de Coronado, opened its doors in 1965 as the fourth high school in Lubbock, joining the list of Lubbock High, Monterey High and Dunbar High. Estacado was built two years after Coronado opened, in 1967. The mascot of the school is the Mustang and the school colors are Scarlet and Old Gold. Like the other high schools in Lubbock ISD, Coronado discontinued its block scheduling in the 2012-13 academic calendar. and went to an every class everyday schedule. The school serves the southwestern part of Lubbock, Texas. The Coronado male sports teams are known as the "Mustangs" with the female teams referred to as the "Lady Mustangs".

Notable alumni[edit]


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