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Canutillo High School

Coordinates: 32°22′25.03″N 110°58′12.63″W / 32.3736194°N 110.9701750°W / 32.3736194; -110.9701750

Canutillo High School
Location
6675 South Desert Boulevard
Canutillo, Texas, 79932
United States
Information
School type Public high school
Established 1964
School district Canutillo Independent School District
Principal Mr. James Fry
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1,909 (as of 2011-12)
Student to teacher ratio 16.1
Campus type Suburban
Color(s) Orange and White          
Mascot Eagles
Website

Canutillo High School is a public high school in Canutillo, Texas on 6675 South Desert Boulevard. It is part of the Canutillo Independent School District. This is the second campus that has been Canutillo High School. The original high school was built in the early 1960s. In the early first decade of the 21st century overcrowding was an issue at the aging facility. In 2003 a bond was passed to build the new High school along Interstate 10 next to the campus of the El Paso Community College. In 2006 the new high school opened its doors to the Borderland community.

School Colors and Mascot

The school mascot is an eagle. The school colors are the same as the University of Texas at El Paso (orange, blue and white). When the school opened originally, the University donated jerseys.

Basketball

2008-09 season Canutillo finished with a 26-5 overall record 16-0 in district under coach David Ortega. They won the 2-4a district and won the bi district that same year

2012-13 Canutillo Eagles Basketball Team Roster

  1. 2 Jonothan Rodriguez
  2. 3 Isaac Villanueva
  3. 4 Marc Gonzalez
  4. 10 Anthony Vasquez
  5. 12 Danny Barraza
  6. 14 Joshua Varela
  7. 20 Gerson Aguilar
  8. 21 Isaac Arroyo
  9. 24 C'vaan Guillen
  10. 32 Angel Zuniga
  11. 42 Miguel Hernandez
Head coach: Larry Morales
Assistant Coaches: Aaron Tavitas, Chris Scott

References

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