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| El Paso Independent School District|Hornedo Middle School Wikipedia
Hornedo Middle School is a middle school located in northwest El Paso, Texas. It serves 1,200 sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students. The school mascot is the Tornado and the school colors are navy, white, and silver. The school's current location opened to students in August, 2010.
Hornedo Middle School's original location was constructed from 1992 to 1993 to house Franklin High School's freshman. It opened in August 1993. In 1994 Franklin moved to a larger building on the same property and Hornedo was opened for the 1994-1995 school year housing sixth, seventh, and eighth graders. In early 2007, the El Paso Independent School District chose to make Hornedo an eighth and ninth grade school. The neighboring Franklin High School housed tenth to twelfth grade students. Hornedo sixth and seventh grade students attended newly built Brown Middle School, located approximately two and a half miles northwest of Hornedo. This change took place in the beginning of the 2007-2008 school year. In 2008, construction began on the new Hornedo Middle School facility with a projected completion date of 2010.