Munday High School

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Munday High School
Front entrance to Munday High School
911 W D St.
Munday, Texas 76371
United States
Coordinates 33°27′06″N 99°37′50″W / 33.45177°N 99.63052°W / 33.45177; -99.63052Coordinates: 33°27′06″N 99°37′50″W / 33.45177°N 99.63052°W / 33.45177; -99.63052
School type Public high school
School district Munday Consolidated Independent School District
Principal John Berry
Grades 7-12
Enrollment 170[1] (2012)
Color(s)           Purple & Gold
Athletics conference UIL Class A
Mascot Moguls/Mogulettes
Yearbook Mogul

Munday High School is a public high school located in Munday, Texas (USA) and classified as a 1A school by the UIL. It is part of the Munday Consolidated Independent School District located in southeastern Knox County. In 2003, neighboring Goree High School in Goree, Texas was consolidated with Munday and all high school grades began attending Munday. Munday High School became known "officially" as Munday Secondary School not long after the merger with Goree. The Goree school became a junior high school for the district until 2009 when the school closed and those students were transferred to Munday. In 2015, the school was rated "Met Standard" by the Texas Education Agency.[2]

Unique Nickname[edit]

Munday Moguls - This name was adopted in 1925 in honor of fierce warriors who conquered part of India. The girls' teams are known as "Mogulettes."[3]


The Munday Moguls compete in the following sports - [4]

Cross Country, Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Golf, Tennis, & Track

State Titles[edit]

Munday (UIL)

  • Girls Cross Country - [5]
    • 1988(1A), 1989(1A)
  • Football - [6]
    • 1984(1A), 2007(1A/D1), 2012 (1A/D2)
  • Boys Track - [7]
    • 1985(1A), 1988(1A), 1990(1A), 1991(1A), 2011(1A), 2012(1A), 2013(1A)
  • Girls Track - [8]
    • 1988(1A), 1989(1A), 1990(1A), 1991(1A), 1999(1A)

Munday Dunbar (PVIL)

  • Boys Track - [9]
    • 1964(PVIL-B)


  • One Act Play - [10]
    • 1993(1A) - Daddy's Dyin',(Who's Got the Will?)

Under the leadership of longtime director, Karen Longan, Munday High School has advanced to the State One Act Play Meet 9 times winning one State Championship (1993), finishing 2nd runner-up (1997) and 1st runner-up (2008).


  • UIL Marching Band Sweepstakes Champion - [11]
    • 1995(1A)

The Munday High School Purple Cloud Band has also won the Texas 1A Honor Band Competition twice, in 1994 and 2000.


  • UIL Journalism Champions [12]
    • 1964(1A)
  • UIL Team Debate Champions [13]
    • 1965(1A), 1966(1A), 1969(1A)

Notable alumni[edit]


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