Prairie City-Monroe High School

Coordinates: 41°30′32″N 93°06′11″W / 41.509°N 93.103°W / 41.509; -93.103

Prairie City-Monroe High School
PO Box 610

400 E Highway 163
Monroe, Iowa, 50170, United States

Type Public
Established 1992
School district PCM School District
Superintendent Jane Babcock
Principal Scott Bridges
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 339 (9-12)
Color(s) Maroon and Gold
Athletics conference Heart of Iowa
Mascot Mustangs
Website PCM High School

The PCM High School is made up of two consolidated towns, Prairie City, and Monroe. It is a 2A school district in the heart of Iowa, United States.

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Prairie City-Monroe High School - History - Sports
... In 1991 the Monroe Wildcats and the Prairie City Plainsmen consolidated to form the PCM Mustangs ... The school's high school sports achievements are five trips to the state playoffs and two trips to the state semifinals at the UNI dome in Cedar Falls ... In 2008 the high school boys golf team won sectionals, districts, and the 2A golf state championship, with a total of 658 over the Gilbert Tigers with a team score of 659 ...

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