3307 Vicksburg Ave.
Lubbock, TX 79410
Phone: (806) 766-0600
Principal: Eric McKnight
Excellence Indicator System report
Coronado High School is one of the
newest high schools in the Lubbock Independent School District. The school was
built in 1965 in three phases.
The first phase resulted in the construction
of the practice gymnasium and Turff Room. The second phase was aimed at asbestos
abatement, which was required by federal law. The third phase involved the addition
of 20 new classrooms that replaced portable classrooms.
Coronado now boasts
seven computer labs, and all computers are Internet-ready.
The school has
25 computers per lab, most of which are Dell personal computers.
has a strong sports program, including the traditional high school sports as well
as golf and tennis programs.
Coronado advanced to post-district play in volleyball
in 2000 and both the boys' and girls' basketball teams participated in district
finals during that year. The Coronado athletic programs turn out consistently
Coronado has a choir, band and orchestra that lead the
district in Sweepstakes Competitions. The school holds one of the longest-running
winning records for a music department in the school district.
a number of dual-credit classes (high school and college credit earned in the
same course), and about 60 percent of the graduating seniors advance to higher
education, or a career-training structure.
In keeping with community spirit,
Coronado has the largest blood drive in the district. Moreover, the school ranks
fourth in the nation in giving to the March of Dimes.
The school also is the
regional sign language school.
Coronado students score among the highest in
mandatory Texas tests scores in the state. Also, the dropout rate is one of the
Coronado offers agricultural training, industrial technology curricula,
Family and Career Training and Distributive Education programs.
a complete look at the state's report card for Coronado High
School click here.