My Dawg House Is My Home
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Dawg Houses By Student's Last Name:
Alpha House Students A-Da
Beta House Students Db-He
Kappa House Students Hf-Mc
Gamma House Students Md-Sb
Delta House Students Sc-Z
The use of Greek lettering to denote academic organizations extends back to 1776.
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Did You Know?
- A big shout-out to our kids; they took most of the photos used throughout our website. Nice!
- In September 2012 CNN's Money Magazine ranked McKinney 2nd best place to live in the United States (we'd rank it 1st Place!)
- McKinney North High School was born in the year 2000
- McKinney is the county seat of Collin County, Texas
- The first known reference to the word Bulldog was made in 1631 or 1632 in a letter by a man named Preswick Eaton where he writes: "procuer mee two good Bulldogs, and let them be sent by ye first shipp" (we're thinking a blue one and an orange one)
- McKinney North High School enrollment is approaching 2000 students - including Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors
- The city of McKinney was born in 1849 with a 130 acre donation from a local landowner
- Our city and our county are named after Mr. Collin McKinney - one of the 5 people who drafted the Texas Declaration of Independence and the oldest person to sign it
- Mr. McKinney is credited with suggesting that counties in North Texas be 30 miles square - thus allowing a rider to travel to the county seat, conduct business, and ride back home in a day
- The original purpose of the Bulldog was to subdue bulls by latching onto the bull's nose, or muzzle, and submitting the larger animal - today we (mostly) discourage this practice during academic & athletic competition