With a new campus slated to open in 2022, Corpus Christi ISD broke ground on the site of the new Carroll High School as well as showed off the newest look for the Carroll Tigers.

Corpus Christi shared the update via Twitter earlier Wednesday.

Below you can see the comparisons between the old version (left) and the new version (right).

The new look is much more angular and defined in its lines and is far less of a detailed Tiger. It also completely drops the black from the previous motive. The previous tiger/big cat logo is also used by three other schools, according to our database – Conroe, West Sabine and Texarkana Liberty-Eylau. The tiger head used here can be easily found and replicated by searching “growling tiger mascot” in Google images.

Students, their families and Carroll staff were asked to vote on their favorite new design last week, with the winning one announced at the groundbreaking.

One gripe only about the new look is the overly-used notch in the lettering for Tigers, which has been popularized by Nike in its rebrands of college programs. The pointy-ness of the I and R represent the canine teeth – a prominent feature of tigers after the stripes.

Carroll is building a new campus to replace the current building, which was built in 1957.

Leave A Comment