Montbello High School

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Montbello High School
5000 Crown Blvd.
Denver, Colorado 80239-4329
United States[1]
Coordinates 39°47′13″N 104°49′39″W / 39.78696°N 104.82748°W / 39.78696; -104.82748Coordinates: 39°47′13″N 104°49′39″W / 39.78696°N 104.82748°W / 39.78696; -104.82748
Type Public
School district Denver Public Schools
Dean 0
Principal Larry Irvin
Staff 0
Faculty 0
Grades 11–12
Enrollment 1686 (2009–2010)[1]
Number of students 0
Color(s) Black and silver         
Athletics 5A
Athletics conference Denver
Mascot Warriors[2]
Information (720)-423-5700[1]

Montbello High School was a high school located in Denver, Colorado, United States which was part of the Denver Public Schools system. It was located in the Montbello neighborhood on the northeast side of Denver. The school opened in the Fall of 1980, the first graduating class being the class of 1981. It closed down in 2014 due to lack of graduating students.

The average GPA of the school was 1.43.


Enrolled in the 2009-2010 school year were 1,686 students. The student body's racial demographics were:

Using federal government guidelines, 84.46% of the students were eligible for free or reduced-price lunches.[1]