Immokalee High School
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|Immokalee High School|
Immokalee, FL 34142
Immokalee High School is one of the seven members of the Collier County Athletic Conference.
- Collier County Athletic Conference Football Champions in 2005, 2006 and 2011
- Immokalee High School has a rich tradition in athletics. The Indians captured the 2004 2A State Championship in football. In 2012 the Indians were the 5A State Runner-up. The Indians have also claimed 2A regional football championships in 2000 and 2003.
- The Immokalee boys Track team captured the 2012 CCAA & 2A Regional Championships.
- Them Immokalee boys Soccer team lost the Regional Final in 2012 and 2013
- Mackensie Alexander, NFL player (Minnesota Vikings)
- Albert Bentley, former NFL player
- Edgerrin James, former NFL player
- Javarris James, former NFL player
- Ovince St. Preux, wrestler and collegiate football player for the Tennessee Volunteers; current professional mixed martial arts fighter for the UFC
- Brian Rolle, current CFL player
Immokalee High School has a lot of participating clubs which have numerous members and their numbers are increasing.
- JROTC Drill Team
- Art Club
- Key Club
- Scholar Club
- College ReachOut Program
- International Club
- Council of Clubs
- Executive Board
- Student Government
Students by Gender
Students by race
- White: 43 (2.51%)
- Black: 324 (18.91%)
- Hispanic: 1,308 (76.36%)
- Multi Racial: 6 (0.35%)
- Native American 32 (1.87%)
- "Ovince St. Preux UFC Bio". Retrieved 2014-01-01.
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