Brewer High School (Fort Worth, Texas)

Brewer High School
Address
1025 W Loop 820 N
Fort Worth, Texas 76108
United States
Coordinates 32°46′46″N 97°28′45″W / 32.779445°N 97.479072°W / 32.779445; -97.479072Coordinates: 32°46′46″N 97°28′45″W / 32.779445°N 97.479072°W / 32.779445; -97.479072
Information
School type Public
School district White Settlement ISD
Principal Pamela R. Turner
Teaching staff 101 (as of 2013-14)[1]
Grades 9-12
Gender Both male and female
Enrollment 1,688 (as of 2013-14)[1]
Student to teacher ratio 16.7 (as of 2013-14)[1]
Campus size 85 acres (340,000 m2)
Color(s) Royal blue and white
         
Athletics UIL 5A (since 2014)
Mascot Bear
Website

Brewer High School is a public high school serving 1,688 students from grade 9-12 located in Fort Worth, Texas.[2] It has a notable athletics program, as it has produced major league baseball players Aubrey Huff and Kelly Shoppach. The student body is 51% white, 6% black, 37% Hispanic, 2% Asian and 4% American Indian/Multiple.[1] The school mascot is the bear.

History

The old high school was built in the 1950s and was later turned into a middle school in 2008.

Campus

The school's campus on Cherry Lane in White Settlement, Texas was replaced with a new campus located near Loop 820 and Silver Creek Road in Fort Worth in 2007.[3]

Notable alumni

References

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