Mary Carroll High School

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Coordinates: 27°43′06″N 97°24′08″W / 27.7182°N 97.4021°W / 27.7182; -97.4021

Mary Carroll High School
Med400w Carroll Seal edited.jpg
Location
Corpus Christi, Texas
Information
Type Public high school
Established 1957
School district Corpus Christi Independent School District
Principal

Kelly Jean Manlove[1]

Assistant Principals: David Swanson, Cynthia O'Donnell, Jacob Perez, Mahogany Daniel
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1988 (2016)
Campus Urban
Color(s)           Navy Blue And White
Athletics conference District 28-5A (UIL)
Mascot Tigers

Mary Carroll High School, often referred to as Carroll, is one of five high schools that are part of the Corpus Christi Independent School District

History[edit]

Opened in 1957, Mary Carroll High School is currently the second largest and third oldest school in the Corpus Christi Independent School District. The school is named for the Corpus Christi Independent School District's 1st female Superintendent.[2]

School Motto
Educandi fortitudo. Eliminare infirmitate.

Administrative[edit]

Carroll's operating budget for the 2009-2010 school year was $13,557,830.00. Their attendance rate for 2008-2009 was 94.0%.[3]

Ethnicity[edit]

Mary Carroll's ethnicity distribution for the 2009-2010 school year was 64.7% Hispanic, 25.0% White, 6.7% African-American, 3.2% Asian/Pacific Islander, and .4% Native American.[3]

Carroll front parking lot (Main Entrance), mainly used by teachers.

Carroll Tiger Band[edit]

The Carroll band is currently the third largest in CCISD (after Ray with 116, and King with 177). As of July 2010, there are 114 students that are enrolled in band. It is under the direction of Mr. Joseph Rosales and Mrs. Lori Koch. It competes in the Region XIV, Area G; AAAAA bracket.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Carroll High School Administration Directory". Retrieved April 28, 2015. 
  2. ^ "Schools were named for great educators". www.caller.com. Retrieved 2016-04-28. 
  3. ^ a b [1]
  4. ^ Longhorn Legends: Brooks Kieschnick
  5. ^ a b Caller Times: Guess Who Went to High School Around Here Sunday October 21, 2001.
  6. ^ Hinojosa, Cassandra. "Music's next 'It Girl'?" Caller Times. August 27, 2006.

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