Coronado Middle School

  • 2501 Joliet Plainview, Texas 79072 Phone: (806) 293-6020 Fax: (806) 296-4177

    Rachel Long, Principal

    School Motto: Dog Pound! College Bound!

    School Vision Statement: At Coronado Middle School everyone is actively involved in developing students’ core values and academic potential in a safe and collaborative environment that promotes critical thinkers, problem solvers, and self-starters.

    Total Enrollment: 632

    Sixth Grade: 225 Seventh Grade: 207 Eighth Grade: 199

    Faculty & Staff: 74


    Coronado Middle School strives to cultivate student growth and learning in a positive, supportive, student-centered school environment. Our focus is to learn, grow, and succeed together. We do this through providing academic lessons that are data-driven and delivered with research-based instructional strategies which increase student engagement and content mastery. The scope and sequence of each core academic subject are guided by the TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills) Resource System which is a quality curriculum designed for targeted success and aligned assessment. Students are held to high academic standards and expectations by all staff members. Pre-Advanced Placement (Pre-AP) core academic classes are offered to 7th and 8th-grade students who qualify.

    Student Recognition


    • 1st Semester Honor Assembly
    • 2nd Semester Honor Assembly
    • National Jr. Honor Society Induction


    Elective Classes

    Art, Band, ChoirTheater Arts, Technology Applications, Yearbook, STUCO

    Spanish I (8th Only - High School Credit)Principles of Agriculture (8th Only - High School Credit)

    Support Programs

    Coronado Middle School offers the following support programs: Resource, Academic Adjustment, Special Education, Special Education Functional and Transitional Academics, 504, Gifted/Talented Program, English Language Learner services, Counseling, Health Services, W.I.N. (What I Need) Program which is a data-driven, student-centered core subject intervention and enrichment program.

    Opportunities for Student Service

    Student Council (Grades 6-8)National Junior Honor Society (Grades 7-8)