- Crete-Monee High School
Crete-Monee High School Location 1515 W. Exchange Street
Crete, IL 60417
Crete, Illinois, USA
Coordinates Coordinates: Information Type Public high school Established 1948 Principal Brian E. Riegler Grades 9–12 Number of students 1436 Color(s) Blue and Gold Athletics conference Southland Athletic Conference Mascot Warriors Newspaper The Informer  Website Crete-Monee High School
Crete-Monee High School is a secondary education facility located in Crete, Illinois, for teenagers in ninth through twelfth grade. Its current building was completed in 2007 at a cost of $60 million. The old building, built in 1954, currently houses the Crete-Monee Sixth Grade Center on its main floor; the second story and bottom floor are no longer in use. Known colloquially as Crete, the school made headlines in 2002 when two girls were chosen as the year's Cutest Couple.
In his senior season in 2011, Crete-Monee soccer forward Carlos Posada set a new IHSA career scoring record, finishing the season with 177 goals over four years. Posada broke the previous record of 159 goals set by Brother Rice's Billy Savarino.
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