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What Was Your High School Mascot?

Asked by jstringham21 (640points) May 28th, 2008


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jstringham21's avatar

Oh yeah, mine was the Spartan

jstringham21's avatar

Another question. Remember your middle school mascot?

jstringham21's avatar

Mine was the Hawks.

SuperMouse's avatar

High School: The Lancers
Junior High School: The Cougars
Elementary School: The Gladiators

richmarshall's avatar

High school was the Bruins and middle school was the eagles.

jrpowell's avatar

Miller… I come from a part of the country where logging was a huge part of the economy.

delirium's avatar

High school was Pegasus.
Middle school was a book. >.>

bluemukaki's avatar

High School mascot is currently a lion. I wore the suit once at Relay for Life.

marinelife's avatar

High School Titans and Bears (two schools).

lovelyy's avatar

elementary-high school:bearcat.
high school:buccaneer.
i went to two different high schools

mteutsch's avatar

Ours was actually Snoopy.

jstringham21's avatar


HAHAHA. Pegasus?

jstringham21's avatar


Snoopy? That’s awesome.

mteutsch's avatar

We were actually called the Flyers, but the mascot was Snoopy on the dog house. I believe, if you go here look under sports. You know it’s a high school if it has a wiki!

Allie's avatar

Elementary – Gators
First Junior High – Lions
Second Junior High – Eagles
High School – Blue Devils
First College – Falcons
Second College – Aggies (We’re called the Aggies, our mascot is a blue mustang – as in the horse – named Gunrock.)

sarbee's avatar

elementry school: the Aztecs
middle school: the raiders
high school: the wolverines
college: the comets

row4food's avatar

We were called the Plainsmen. When I was in elementary school, we were represented by a Native American with a tomahawk. He looked angry and of course that was an issue. For the remainder of my time there we had no visual representation of the Plainsmen other than an ‘S’ (for Shenendehowa, the name of the school district). I hear that they have adopted a stallion mascot in recent years, but that makes no sense to me.


(In college we were the Bulls)

trogdor_87's avatar

Middle School: Pirate
High School: Raider (it was just a manlier looking pirate)

delirium's avatar

@Jstring: Yeah, we were academics only. No sports. The Pegasus was a symbol of scholarly ambition.

Our school motto was from act 2 scene 2 of hamlet.

eambos's avatar

High school and middle school: Marauder.

My football coach used to say “You know what marauders do? They pillage and conquer other towns!”
He once said “They pillage and rape,” but that didn’t go well with the parents…

Seesul's avatar

ohmygosh mt, snoopy was my hs mascot as well, in fact we were the 1st that CS gave permission to use him.

You didn’t go to HS in SoCal, did you?

omfgTALIjustIMDu's avatar

A governor. That’s right, as in an elected official. I wonder who comes up with these things…?

AstroChuck's avatar

Jr. High mascot was Roadrunners.
In high school it was the Vikings.
I remember we had this real lame viking statue in front of the school and our arch rivals, Elk Grove High, used to paint it pink. We had to constantly clean it off as they kept vandalizing it. Eventually the school just took the statue down, which was good as it looked so amateurish.

Seesul's avatar

@mt Just saw your later post.
Small world. Not the same HS, but my mom went to Minden High and got her RN in Shreveport.

mteutsch's avatar

@see That’s about 30 minutes away, but still on I-20, so hey. Actually in Monroe now.

jdogg's avatar

go tigers!

ladytmerie's avatar

Elementary School: Bullfrogs
Jr. High School: Thunderbirds
High School: Sundevils
College: Rams

breedmitch's avatar

Rattlers. it was Texas after all.

gimmedat's avatar

Elementary: Gators
Middle: Vikings
High: Lancers

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