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Clear Brook High School

Clear Brook High School
Clear Brook High School logo
On a Quest for the Best
Address
4607 F-M 2351
Friendswood, Texas, 77546
United States
Coordinates
Information
Type Public high school
Established 1988
Principal Michele Staley
School color(s) Black, Red, and Silver
            
Mascot Big Will
Nickname Wolverines
Website

Clear Brook High School is a secondary school located in unincorporated Harris County, Texas, United States, adjacent to the city of Friendswood.[1]

The school, which serves grades 9–12, is a part of the Clear Creek Independent School District. Clear Brook serves several communities, including portions of Friendswood, Houston, and unincorporated Harris County. The communities of Sterling Knoll, Bay Glen, Bay Knoll, Bay Pointe, Northfork, Heritage Park, Wedgewood, Forest Bend, and Sageglen are served by the school. The school colors are black, red, and silver. As of 2015 the school principal is Michele Staley.

The school fight song is "The Victors", the same fight song as the University of Michigan. Clear Brook High School also shares the same mascot as U of M: the wolverine, but the decision to choose the wolverine as Clear Brook's mascot was actually inspired by the 1984 war film Red Dawn. The school mascot is named Big Will.

The school celebrated its first Texas state championship title in 1990, won by the girls' water polo team.[2] However, Clear Brook's water polo team was not a UIL-sanctioned team at the time.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Feeder patterns 2
  • Racial controversy 3
  • Notable alumni 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

History

The inspiration for the school's mascot as well as the school's colors was the movie Red Dawn, which was popular among high school students at the time of the school's inception.

Feeder patterns

The following elementary schools feed into Clear Brook High School: Greene, Landolt, North Pointe, Ward, Weber, and Wedgewood. The following intermediate schools feed into Clear Brook High School: Brookside, Clear Lake, and Westbrook.

Racial controversy

The school made headlines in May 2011 when a ninth grade biology teacher was disciplined for offensive comments towards a student. The teacher told a female Muslim student, "I bet you're grieving," referencing the death of Osama bin Laden, and went on to say, "I heard about your uncle's death." Fellow students reported that the teacher had laughed and shrugged when the girl cried over what he said.[3]

Notable alumni

References

  1. ^ "Comprehensive Land Use Plan." City of Friendswood. Retrieved September 28, 2008.
  2. ^ [2]
  3. ^ Clear Brook High School teacher disciplined over alleged insult to Muslim student | abc13.com. Abclocal.go.com (2011-05-03). Retrieved on 2011-10-28.
  4. ^ http://www.cfl.ca/roster/show?id=275
  5. ^ Fourth-round pick Hill's preseason impresses Texans - Houston Chronicle. Chron.com (2009-08-29). Retrieved on 2011-10-28.

External links

  • Clear Brook High School website
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