A negative, unjust name given to anyone who resides in Flour Bluff, a suburb on the outskirts of the coastal city of Corpus Christi, Texas. Even though “bluff rats” are made fun of, the school has many accomplishments such as, a 10-time National Champion and 5-Time Grand National Champion ROTC team, a football team who has gone to playoffs each of the last 4 years, a marching band that qualified for the UIL Area G Finals Marching Contest in 2007, and a strong Tennis, Volleyball, and basketball program. The population at Flour Bluff High School has in the past two years grown significantly in size due to the out-of-district students who pay tuition to go there. Flour Bluff High School’s state standardized test results (TAKS), as reported from greatschools.net, a national education database, have in the past been higher than Corpus Christi schools Moody, Carrol, King, Miller, and Ray High School; schools that aren’t part of the “ghetto suburbs” of Corpus Christi…
Rats? I think not.
"Those 'ghetto bluff rats' and their Nationally ranked ROTC team and playoff contender football team. Psh, who cares about that stuff?"
November 25, 2007