About Our School

  • Crownover Middle School was established in 2002 and is named after Ronny Crownover, a local veterinarian and Texas state representative who was an advocate for public education. The school maintains a close relationship with the Crownover family including current Texas State Representative Myra Crownover, Dr. Crownover’s wife, who often visits the school.

    Crownover is known for its friendly environment, which includes everything from hosting hot dog socials for incoming sixth-graders, the annual bully prevention program, Rachel’s Challenge, and occasional “Maroon Outs” to showcase school spirit.

    Crownover’s motto is “our students, our future” and it goes hand-in-hand with the school’s philosophy of student, family and staff involvement in education. Crownover students can enroll in gifted and talented courses, career and technology courses, and explore careers in a variety of industries.

    The school also offers band, choir, orchestra, art, cheerleading and a variety of athletics options: football, volleyball, tennis, boys and girls basketball and boys and girls track. In addition, Crownover has nationally-recognized programs like the National Junior Honor Society, Student Council and numerous community-oriented clubs to help students adapt and socialize together.

    Located in Corinth, Crownover was the first district middle school to be built outside the city of Denton.

    Established: 2002
    Mascot: Cowboys
    Colors: Maroon and Silver Grey