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No, they're not a team full of evil guys and girls, the Villains got their name due to their early roots as the Villa Marie Anna Academy.
The Imp mascot originally came about in the 1930s. The modern version was designed in the 1960s by Cary student Lee Mauney. The Imp, which is a little devil, was influenced by the Duke Blue Devil mascot.
From 1920 to 1951 the Whirlies were named the Purple Whirlwinds, but when the colors changed to blue and white, purple dropped and eventually Whirlies was adopted.
Quality Education chose this mascot to embody the way of the fighting Pharoah, according to the school's website: "The Way of the Fighting Pharaoh is to be respectful, attentive, and prepared."
The Rampants nickname was born out of the combination of the mascots of the two former schools, Greenville High School and C.M. Eppes High School. The two mascots were the Rams and the Panthers.
This mascot is a mystical creature with the body of a lion, the head and wings of an eagle and a back covered with feathers. They were known to keep vigilant guard over their nests.
The school's athletic nickname pays homage to the Saura Tribe, which settled into the Valley of the Dan sometime before 1700. The Native Americans called their village Sauratown, and were believed to be courageous, straightforward, intellig...
The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics was founded in 1980 as the first school of its kind as a public, residential high school with a focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The school's first graduating cl...