Stranahan High School is the second oldest public high school in the city of Fort Lauderdale and was first established as an elementary school in 1953. new head coach on Thursday. A former standout as a defensive back and track star at Stranahan, the 31-year-old Hill hopes revive a struggling program which is coming off an 3-7 season ...

Stranahan High School, is located in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida was officially opened in 1953 as an elementary school. The school is a part of the Broward County Public Schools district. The school was built on land donated by Ivy Cromartie Stranahan, and was named after her late husband Frank Stranahan. The school progressively added the junior high school grades a year at a time due to rapid population growth in the area. The school opened as a high school in 1957. The first principal of Stranaha The first state-championship season in the history of Stranahan boys’ basketball began in June in the newly renovated swimming pool at the Fort Lauderdale high school. When the Mighty Dragons’ 2018 season ended, Terrence Williams knew how his second campaign as the coach at his alma mater would start.