• May 11, 2021

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Coronado High students form service group to help community

El Paso Youth for Change started with three Coronado juniors wanting to make a difference in their community during COVID, and has grown to become an official 501c3 non-profit with nearly 50 members. Juniors Avery Bloss, Maggy Hayes and Luke Miller joined forces during the summer, first creating baggies with hygiene products to give to […]Read More

Public art at new Coronado High campus to be created

Coronado alum and local artist David “Grave” Herrera never took an art class at his alma mater, but he hopes a new T-Bird mural he’s been commissioned to install on the new campus will make up for the missed opportunity. The 1990 graduate partnered with another El Paso artist, Jeremiah Navarro, to bid on a […]Read More

Gallery: Montwood bests Coronado 28-21

In a rare Monday night match up, the Montwood Rams headed west to take on the Coronado Thunderbirds at Quarles-Brooks Stadium. While the first quarter was a back and forth affair, the defenses took over the next three quarters, with the Rams able to topple the T-Bird’s D in the final quarter to take the […]Read More

Coronado alumni seek artists for new school mural

The Coronado Class of 2017 hopes to leave a lasting mark on their updated alma mater – even three years after they last roamed the halls of the Pride of the West Side. As part of their legacy gift to the campus, the alumni earmarked $10,000 from their four years of fundraising to commission a […]Read More

Coronado FCCLA team video places nationally

A three-student team from Coronado who developed a promotional video to increase awareness and interest in the FCCLA organization placed nationally and won a gold medal during this month’s virtual Students Taking Action with Recognition event. The Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (better known as FCCLA) is a national organization for students interested […]Read More

Recent Coronado grad places at state FFA virtual convention

School has been out for more than a month, but EPISD’s FFA students are still racking in state accolades — COVID-19 restrictions or not. Recent Coronado graduate Hannah Tuttle took second place in the Extemporaneous Public Speaking and earned fifth place for Prepared Public Speaking out of 312 participants at the virtual, Zoom-based Texas FFA […]Read More

Game in Many Pics: Trail Blazers trounce Coronado 51-0

In game one of a Friday Night Lights double header at the Gem in Far East El Paso – Socorro ISD’s SAC – the Americas Trail Blazers played host to the Coronado Thunderbirds. The Trail Blazers took no time taking the Thunderbirds to task, en route to a 51-0 victory. Our very own Johnny Yturales […]Read More

Video+Gallery+Story: Coronado celebrates Bond 2016 groundbreaking

Students, faculty and staff at Coronado High School celebrated a milestone in the modernization of their decades-old campus during a groundbreaking ceremony that signals the start of major renovations. “These storied buildings have served us well for more than five decades, but there is no denying that in order to better serve current and future […]Read More

Coronado High’s Robo-sleigh Delivers Presents to Pre-Schoolers

Dozens of pre-schoolers gathered at Coronado High School to receive a gift from a friendly character riding on a sleigh. No, it wasn’t jolly Santa Claus on top of that motorized magical vehicle. Thanks to the hard work of Coronado robotics students, the fully-operational sleigh featured a cute penguin instead of the red-clad gift-giver. The […]Read More