Hurricane Sandy School Closings

As Hurricane Sandy barrels towards the East Coast, affected States are taking emergency measures to ensure the safety of residents. A disaster of this magnitude has the potential to cause significant damage, and as a result, school districts in each State are affected. The following information is a list of state by state school closures.

Connecticut

School closures are widespread in Connecticut, with all Districts being closed on Monday and Tuesday. There are a total of 521 closures:

http://www.wtnh.com/subindex/weather/storm_closings
http://www.ctweather.com/IANcancellations2.php?id=1

Delaware

Delaware schools are closed on Monday and Tuesday. If your school is not on the following list, you are advised to contact them directly.

http://schoolclosings.delaware.gov/

Massachusetts

As of Monday morning, there are various school closures and activity/evening class cancellations throughout Massachusetts.

http://www1.whdh.com/stormforce/#cat6
http://www.wwlp.com/subindex/weather/closings

Maryland

School districts in Maryland are closed today; while many are also closed tomorrow, certain districts have yet to update their information. If your school is not listed, contact them directly.

http://essentials.baltimoresun.com/macro/school-closings/

North Carolina

Information on North Carolina school closures is limited at present. The following link will be updated throughout the day. It is advisable to contact your school district directly.

http://www.wral.com/weather/closings/

New Hampshire

All schools are closed on Monday, whether it’s the entire day or the afternoon. Information for Tuesday will be updated.

http://www.wmur.com/weather/closings

New Jersey

New Jersey is expected to take the brunt of Hurricane Sandy’s force, and all schools are closed today, with many reporting that they will also be closed on Tuesday.

http://www.mycentraljersey.com/viewart/20121028/NJNEWS/310280033/School-closings-because-Hurricane-Sandy
http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/feature?section=news/education/closures&id=5789413

New York

The New York school districts will be closed on Monday, further updates regarding Tuesday to follow.

http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/feature?section=news/education/closures&id=5789413

Rhode Island

While some schools are open today, the majority will be closed tomorrow, and evening activities have been cancelled.

http://www.ribroadcasters.com/News_and_Events/Closings_Delays/

Virginia

School closures are widespread tomorrow, with certain districts also closed today.

http://www.wavy.com/subindex/weather/closings

Vermont

Vermont schools are closed today. This list will be updated as necessary.

http://www.vpr.net/community/school_closings/index.php

West Virginia

Many of the West Virginia schools have chosen to remain open today. The situation may change; this list will be updates regularly.

http://wvde.state.wv.us/closings/county/all/

This is a very fluid situation due to the nature and severity of Hurricane Sandy, so this information could change at any moment. It is advisable to regularly check with your local school district for any updates. School make-up days will be announced State by State when this destructive weather event is finally over.

Top 100 Largest High Schools in America

As school is starting back lots of new high school students are walking the halls of their new high school for the first time, and probably feeling a little overwhelmed by how much bigger high school is than middle school, and how many students there are. It is a big transition to be sure, but odds are, your high school is probably of average size, or at least has fewer students than the Top 100 Largest High Schools in America.

While the average high school size is around 1100-1200 students, to make this list you have to have well over 3000 students at your school to make the cut! Now that’s a lot of book bags, drivers permits, and sneaked-in cellphones!

In this list we break down the Top 100 Largest High Schools in America, as measured by the number of students that attend. Many of these schools are bigger than a lot of colleges!

Is your school on the list? If so, show your school spirit and post a comment, Like this page on Facebook, or throw a shout-out on Twitter with a link! Or, you can click your schools link and throw a shout out in the comment section there.

So, without further ado, starting with #100 and working down – I give you the Top 100 Largest High Schools in America:

#100 Ben Davis High School – Indianapolis, IN – 3413 Students. 100th largest high school in America.
#99 West Aurora High School – Aurora, IL – 3416 Students. 99th largest high school in America.
#98 Brookwood High School – Snellville, GA – 3420 Students. 98th largest high school in America.
#97 Arlington High School – Lagrangeville, NY – 3421 Students. 97th largest high school in America.
#96 Youth Connections Charter High School – Chicago, IL – 3428 Students. 96th largest high school in America.
#95 Santa Ana High School – Santa Ana, CA – 3435 Students. 95th largest high school in America.
#94 J Sterling Morton West High School Sch – Berwyn, IL – 3436 Students. 94th largest high school in America.
#93 South Dade Senior High School – Homestead, FL – 3439 Students. 93rd largest high school in America.
#92 Hazleton Area High School – Hazleton, PA – 3442 Students. 92nd largest high school in America.
#91 Clear Lake High School – Houston, TX – 3446 Students. 91st largest high school in America.
#90 Colonial High School – Orlando, FL – 3449 Students. 90th largest high school in America.
#89 William J. (Pete) Knight High School – Palmdale, CA – 3450 Students. 89th largest high school in America.
#88 Dobie High School – Houston, TX – 3452 Students. 88th largest high school in America.
#87 Rancho Verde High School – Moreno Valley, CA – 3453 Students. 87th largest high school in America.
#86 New Rochelle High School – New Rochelle, NY – 3454 Students. 86th largest high school in America.
#85 Carson Senior High School – Carson, CA – 3460 Students. 85th largest high school in America.
#84 Mill Creek High School – Hoschton, GA – 3469 Students. 84th largest high school in America.
#83 Klein Forest High School – Houston, TX – 3474 Students. 83rd largest high school in America.
#82 John Adams High School – Ozone Park, NY – 3478 Students. 82nd largest high school in America.
#81 John Marshall Senior High School – Los Angeles, CA – 3479 Students. 81st largest high school in America.
#80 Collins Hill High School – Suwanee, GA – 3482 Students. 80th largest high school in America.
#79 United High School – Laredo, TX – 3490 Students. 79th largest high school in America.
#78 Montebello High School – Montebello, CA – 3491 Students. 78th largest high school in America.
#77 Manual Arts Senior High School – Los Angeles, CA – 3499 Students. 77th largest high school in America.
#76 Cherry Creek High School – Greenwood Village, CO – 3501 Students. 76th largest high school in America.
#75 El Camino Real Senior High School – Woodland Hills, CA – 3513 Students. 75th largest high school in America.
#74 Spring High School – Spring, TX – 3520 Students. 74th largest high school in America.
#73 G. Holmes Braddock Senior High School – Miami, FL – 3526 Students. 73rd largest high school in America.
#72 Cabrillo (Juan Rodriguez) High School – Long Beach, CA – 3532 Students. 72nd largest high school in America.
#71 Schurr High School – Montebello, CA – 3548 Students. 71st largest high school in America.
#70 Bolingbrook High School – Bolingbrook, IL – 3561 Students. 70th largest high school in America.
#69 Bell Gardens High School – Bell Gardens, CA – 3570 Students. 69th largest high school in America.
#68 Bayside High School – Bayside, NY – 3576 Students. 68th largest high school in America.
#67 Mayfair High School – Lakewood, CA – 3579 Students. 67th largest high school in America.
#66 Arcadia High School – Arcadia, CA – 3610 Students. 66th largest high school in America.
#65 Warren Central High School – Indianapolis, IN – 3620 Students. 65th largest high school in America.
#64 Sylmar Senior High School – Sylmar, CA – 3625 Students. 64th largest high school in America.
#63 Curie Metropolitan High School – Chicago, IL – 3636 Students. 63rd largest high school in America.
#62 Independence High School – San Jose, CA – 3644 Students. 62nd largest high school in America.
#61 Chaffey High School – Ontario, CA – 3645 Students. 61st largest high school in America.
#60 Carl Sandburg High School – Orland Park, IL – 3663 Students. 60th largest high school in America.
#59 Warren High School – Downey, CA – 3666 Students. 59th largest high school in America.
#58 Dr. Phillips High School – Orlando, FL – 3667 Students. 58th largest high school in America.
#57 Allen High School – Allen, TX – 3695 Students. 57th largest high school in America.
#56 Upland High School – Upland, CA – 3709 Students. 56th largest high school in America.
#55 Klein Oak High School – Spring, TX – 3721 Students. 55th largest high school in America.
#54 Brentwood High School – Brentwood, NY – 3751 Students. 54th largest high school in America.
#53 J Sterling Morton East High School Sch – Cicero, IL – 3751 Students. 53rd largest high school in America.
#52 Silverado High School – Victorville, CA – 3753 Students. 52nd largest high school in America.
#51 Upper Darby High School – Drexel Hill, PA – 3762 Students. 51st largest high school in America.
#50 Deer Park High School – Deer Park, TX – 3772 Students. 50th largest high school in America.
#49 Noble Street Charter High School – Chicago, IL – 3784 Students. 49th largest high school in America.
#48 Lake Braddock Secondary – Burke, VA – 3789 Students. 48th largest high school in America.
#47 The Woodlands High School – The Woodlands, TX – 3795 Students. 47th largest high school in America.
#46 Central High School East Campus – Fresno, CA – 3795 Students. 46th largest high school in America.
#45 Lyons Township High School – La Grange, IL – 3812 Students. 45th largest high school in America.
#44 Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School – Los Angeles, CA – 3819 Students. 44th largest high school in America.
#43 Duncanville High School – Duncanville, TX – 3844 Students. 43rd largest high school in America.
#42 Lockport Township High School East – Lockport, IL – 3848 Students. 42nd largest high school in America.
#41 Fontana High School – Fontana, CA – 3849 Students. 41st largest high school in America.
#40 Forest Hills High School – Forest Hills, NY – 3860 Students. 40th largest high school in America.
#39 Grover Cleveland High School – Reseda, CA – 3861 Students. 39th largest high school in America.
#38 Cypress Bay High School – Weston, FL – 3980 Students. 38th largest high school in America.
#37 Downey High School – Downey, CA – 4016 Students. 37th largest high school in America.
#36 Brockton High School – Brockton, MA – 4029 Students. 36th largest high school in America.
#35 Jordan High School – Long Beach, CA – 4056 Students. 35th largest high school in America.
#34 Robinson Secondary – Fairfax, VA – 4067 Students. 34th largest high school in America.
#33 Granada Hills Charter High School – Granada Hills, CA – 4143 Students. 33rd largest high school in America.
#32 James Logan High School – Union City, CA – 4150 Students. 32nd largest high school in America.
#31 Elsik High School – Houston, TX – 4166 Students. 31st largest high school in America.
#30 Huntington Park Senior High School – Huntington Park, CA – 4185 Students. 30th largest high school in America.
#29 John A. Ferguson Senior High School – Miami, FL – 4186 Students. 29th largest high school in America.
#28 Lane Technical High School – Chicago, IL – 4192 Students. 28th largest high school in America.
#27 Lakewood High School – Lakewood, CA – 4218 Students. 27th largest high school in America.
#26 Hastings High School – Houston, TX – 4233 Students. 26th largest high school in America.
#25 Waukegan High School – Waukegan, IL – 4263 Students. 25th largest high school in America.
#24 James A. Garfield Senior High School – Los Angeles, CA – 4271 Students. 24th largest high school in America.
#23 Franklin D Roosevelt High School – Brooklyn, NY – 4283 Students. 23rd largest high school in America.
#22 Millikan Senior High School – Long Beach, CA – 4291 Students. 22nd largest high school in America.
#21 Warren Township High School – Gurnee, IL – 4300 Students. 21st largest high school in America.
#20 Bell Senior High School – Bell, CA – 4301 Students. 20th largest high school in America.
#19 Wilson High School – Long Beach, CA – 4346 Students. 19th largest high school in America.
#18 Adlai E Stevenson High School – Lincolnshire, IL – 4349 Students. 18th largest high school in America.
#17 Carmel High School – Carmel, IN – 4389 Students. 17th largest high school in America.
#16 Neuqua Valley High School – Naperville, IL – 4397 Students. 16th largest high school in America.
#15 North Shore Senior High School – Houston, TX – 4469 Students. 15th largest high school in America.
#14 John C. Fremont Senior High School – Los Angeles, CA – 4470 Students. 14th largest high school in America.
#13 Dewitt Clinton High School – Bronx, NY – 4643 Students. 13th largest high school in America.
#12 Skyline High School – Dallas, TX – 4697 Students. 12th largest high school in America.
#11 Paramount High School – Paramount, CA – 4758 Students. 11th largest high school in America.
#10 Herbert H Lehman High School – Bronx, NY – 4853 Students. 10th largest high school in America.
#9 Reading High School – Reading, PA – 4868 Students. 9th largest high school in America.
#8 Polytechnic High School – Long Beach, CA – 4899 Students. 8th largest high school in America.
#7 Midwood High School – Brooklyn, NY – 5620 Students. 7th largest high school in America.
#6 Benjamin N Cardozo High School – Bayside, NY – 5775 Students. 6th largest high school in America.
#5 Francis Lewis High School – Fresh Meadows, NY – 7400 Students. 5th largest high school in America.
#4 Edward R Murrow High School – Brooklyn, NY – 7609 Students. 4th largest high school in America.
#3 Tottenville High School – Staten Island, NY – 7770 Students. 3rd largest high school in America.
#2 Fort Hamilton High School – Brooklyn, NY – 7805 Students. 2nd largest high school in America.

And, drum roll, please……..

With a grand total of 8076 students,

#1 Brooklyn Technical High School – Brooklyn, NY – 8076 Students. Largest high school in America.

With a total of 8076 students, Brooklyn Technical High School in Brooklyn, NY is the undisputed heavyweight champ – largest high school in America! I bet their prom is off the chain!

There you have it folks – those are some huge high schools, right?

Remember, throw your school some love, and post this list up on Facebook, Twitter, or post a comment below.

Data Source: NCES

Ben Davis High School – Indianapolis, IN

General Information

School Name: Ben Davis High School
School District: M S D Wayne Township
County: Marion County

State: Indiana
Grades: 10Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Ben Davis High School
1200 N Girls Sch Rd
Indianapolis IN, 46214

Street Address

Ben Davis High School
1200 North Girls Sch Rd
Indianapolis IN, 46214

Phone Number

(317) 244-7691

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3413
Student/Teacher Ratio: 18.53:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 100th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1616
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 369

Map & Directions


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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Important Dates

HighSchoolGuide.org is constantly updating this section with these dates as they become available. If you go to Ben Davis High School, are a teacher or administrator there, or have a child that is a student there, if you know one of these dates, please post them in the comments section.

  • First Day of Class
  • Homecoming
  • Report Cards
  • Winter Break
  • Prom
  • Class Pictures
  • Graduation
  • Summer Break

Write A Review

Attention students, parents, teachers, administrators, employees and alumni of Ben Davis High School. Please write a review of your experiences and your time at the school, so other people can know what a great place it is! Also, if you have a favorite teacher or someone else at the school that is special to you, be sure to mention them.

Please rate Ben Davis High School on a 1 to 5 star scale, 5 stars being the best, for the following categories:

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  • Classrooms and facilities.
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Data Source: NCES

West Aurora High School – Aurora, IL

General Information

School Name: West Aurora High School
School District: Aurora West Usd 129
County: Kane County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

West Aurora High School
1201 W New York St
Aurora IL, 60506

Street Address

West Aurora High School
1201 West New York St
Aurora IL, 60506

Phone Number

(630) 301-5600

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3416
Student/Teacher Ratio: 18.09:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 99th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1316
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 248

Map & Directions


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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Important Dates

HighSchoolGuide.org is constantly updating this section with these dates as they become available. If you go to West Aurora High School, are a teacher or administrator there, or have a child that is a student there, if you know one of these dates, please post them in the comments section.

  • First Day of Class
  • Homecoming
  • Report Cards
  • Winter Break
  • Prom
  • Class Pictures
  • Graduation
  • Summer Break

Write A Review

Attention students, parents, teachers, administrators, employees and alumni of West Aurora High School. Please write a review of your experiences and your time at the school, so other people can know what a great place it is! Also, if you have a favorite teacher or someone else at the school that is special to you, be sure to mention them.

Please rate West Aurora High School on a 1 to 5 star scale, 5 stars being the best, for the following categories:

  • Teachers and academics.
  • Princial and administrators.
  • Classrooms and facilities.
  • Sports and extracurricular activities.
  • Parent and community involvement.

Data Source: NCES

Brookwood High School – Snellville, GA

General Information

School Name: Brookwood High School
School District: Gwinnett County
County: Gwinnett County

State: Georgia
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Brookwood High School
1255 Dogwood Rd
Snellville GA, 30078

Street Address

Brookwood High School
1255 Dogwood Rd
Snellville GA, 30078

Phone Number

(770) 972-7642

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3420
Student/Teacher Ratio: 18.08:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 98th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 444
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 191

Map & Directions


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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Important Dates

HighSchoolGuide.org is constantly updating this section with these dates as they become available. If you go to Brookwood High School, are a teacher or administrator there, or have a child that is a student there, if you know one of these dates, please post them in the comments section.

  • First Day of Class
  • Homecoming
  • Report Cards
  • Winter Break
  • Prom
  • Class Pictures
  • Graduation
  • Summer Break

Write A Review

Attention students, parents, teachers, administrators, employees and alumni of Brookwood High School. Please write a review of your experiences and your time at the school, so other people can know what a great place it is! Also, if you have a favorite teacher or someone else at the school that is special to you, be sure to mention them.

Please rate Brookwood High School on a 1 to 5 star scale, 5 stars being the best, for the following categories:

  • Teachers and academics.
  • Princial and administrators.
  • Classrooms and facilities.
  • Sports and extracurricular activities.
  • Parent and community involvement.

Data Source: NCES

Arlington High School – Lagrangeville, NY

General Information

School Name: Arlington High School
School District: Arlington Central School District
County: Dutchess County

State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Arlington High School
1157 Rt 55
Lagrangeville NY, 12540

Street Address

Arlington High School
1157Route 55
Lagrangeville NY, 12540

Phone Number

(845) 486-4860

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3421
Student/Teacher Ratio: 17.34:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 97th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 150
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 63

Map & Directions


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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Important Dates

HighSchoolGuide.org is constantly updating this section with these dates as they become available. If you go to Arlington High School, are a teacher or administrator there, or have a child that is a student there, if you know one of these dates, please post them in the comments section.

  • First Day of Class
  • Homecoming
  • Report Cards
  • Winter Break
  • Prom
  • Class Pictures
  • Graduation
  • Summer Break

Write A Review

Attention students, parents, teachers, administrators, employees and alumni of Arlington High School. Please write a review of your experiences and your time at the school, so other people can know what a great place it is! Also, if you have a favorite teacher or someone else at the school that is special to you, be sure to mention them.

Please rate Arlington High School on a 1 to 5 star scale, 5 stars being the best, for the following categories:

  • Teachers and academics.
  • Princial and administrators.
  • Classrooms and facilities.
  • Sports and extracurricular activities.
  • Parent and community involvement.

Data Source: NCES

Youth Connections Charter High School – Chicago, IL

General Information

School Name: Youth Connections Charter High School
School District: City Of Chicago Sd 299
County: Cook County

State: Illinois
Grades: 10Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Youth Connections Charter High School
10 W 35Th St
Chicago IL, 60616

Street Address

Youth Connections Charter High School
10 West 35Th St
Chicago IL, 60616

Phone Number

(312) 328-0799

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3428
Student/Teacher Ratio: 18.61:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 96th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2418
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 201

Map & Directions


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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Important Dates

HighSchoolGuide.org is constantly updating this section with these dates as they become available. If you go to Youth Connections Charter High School, are a teacher or administrator there, or have a child that is a student there, if you know one of these dates, please post them in the comments section.

  • First Day of Class
  • Homecoming
  • Report Cards
  • Winter Break
  • Prom
  • Class Pictures
  • Graduation
  • Summer Break

Write A Review

Attention students, parents, teachers, administrators, employees and alumni of Youth Connections Charter High School. Please write a review of your experiences and your time at the school, so other people can know what a great place it is! Also, if you have a favorite teacher or someone else at the school that is special to you, be sure to mention them.

Please rate Youth Connections Charter High School on a 1 to 5 star scale, 5 stars being the best, for the following categories:

  • Teachers and academics.
  • Princial and administrators.
  • Classrooms and facilities.
  • Sports and extracurricular activities.
  • Parent and community involvement.

Data Source: NCES

Santa Ana High School – Santa Ana, CA

General Information

School Name: Santa Ana High School
School District: Santa Ana Unified
County: Orange County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Santa Ana High School
520 West Walnut
Santa Ana CA, 92701

Street Address

Santa Ana High School
520 West Walnut
Santa Ana CA, 92701

Phone Number

(714) 567-4900

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3435
Student/Teacher Ratio: 27.48:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 95th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2533
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 289

Map & Directions


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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Important Dates

HighSchoolGuide.org is constantly updating this section with these dates as they become available. If you go to Santa Ana High School, are a teacher or administrator there, or have a child that is a student there, if you know one of these dates, please post them in the comments section.

  • First Day of Class
  • Homecoming
  • Report Cards
  • Winter Break
  • Prom
  • Class Pictures
  • Graduation
  • Summer Break

Write A Review

Attention students, parents, teachers, administrators, employees and alumni of Santa Ana High School. Please write a review of your experiences and your time at the school, so other people can know what a great place it is! Also, if you have a favorite teacher or someone else at the school that is special to you, be sure to mention them.

Please rate Santa Ana High School on a 1 to 5 star scale, 5 stars being the best, for the following categories:

  • Teachers and academics.
  • Princial and administrators.
  • Classrooms and facilities.
  • Sports and extracurricular activities.
  • Parent and community involvement.

Data Source: NCES

J Sterling Morton West High School Sch – Berwyn, IL

General Information

School Name: J Sterling Morton West High School Sch
School District: J S Morton Hsd 201
County: Cook County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

J Sterling Morton West High School Sch
2400 S Home Ave
Berwyn IL, 60402

Street Address

J Sterling Morton West High School Sch
2400 South Home Ave
Berwyn IL, 60402

Phone Number

(708) 222-5950

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3436
Student/Teacher Ratio: 17.09:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 94th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1982
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 512

Map & Directions


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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Important Dates

HighSchoolGuide.org is constantly updating this section with these dates as they become available. If you go to J Sterling Morton West High School Sch, are a teacher or administrator there, or have a child that is a student there, if you know one of these dates, please post them in the comments section.

  • First Day of Class
  • Homecoming
  • Report Cards
  • Winter Break
  • Prom
  • Class Pictures
  • Graduation
  • Summer Break

Write A Review

Attention students, parents, teachers, administrators, employees and alumni of J Sterling Morton West High School Sch. Please write a review of your experiences and your time at the school, so other people can know what a great place it is! Also, if you have a favorite teacher or someone else at the school that is special to you, be sure to mention them.

Please rate J Sterling Morton West High School Sch on a 1 to 5 star scale, 5 stars being the best, for the following categories:

  • Teachers and academics.
  • Princial and administrators.
  • Classrooms and facilities.
  • Sports and extracurricular activities.
  • Parent and community involvement.

Data Source: NCES

South Dade Senior High School – Homestead, FL

General Information

School Name: South Dade Senior High School
School District: Dade
County: Miami-Dade County

State: Florida
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

South Dade Senior High School
28401 Sw 167Th Ave
Homestead FL, 33030

Street Address

South Dade Senior High School
28401 Sw 167Th Ave
Homestead FL, 33030

Phone Number

(305) 247-4244

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3439
Student/Teacher Ratio: 20.17:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 93rd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2070
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 180

Map & Directions


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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Important Dates

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Hazleton Area High School – Hazleton, PA

General Information

School Name: Hazleton Area High School
School District: Hazleton Area Sd
County: Luzerne County

State: Pennsylvania
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Hazleton Area High School
1601 W 23Rd St
Hazleton PA, 18201

Street Address

Hazleton Area High School
1601 West 23Rd St
Hazleton PA, 18201

Phone Number

(570) 459-3221

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3442
Student/Teacher Ratio: 20.21:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 92nd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1609
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 302

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Clear Lake High School – Houston, TX

General Information

School Name: Clear Lake High School
School District: Clear Creek Isd
County: Harris County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Clear Lake High School
2929 Bay Area Blvd
Houston TX, 77058

Street Address

Clear Lake High School
2929 Bay Area Blvd
Houston TX, 77058

Phone Number

(281) 284-1900

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3446
Student/Teacher Ratio: 15.41:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 91st largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 244
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 87

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Colonial High School – Orlando, FL

General Information

School Name: Colonial High School
School District: Orange
County: Orange County

State: Florida
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Colonial High School
6100 Oleander Dr
Orlando FL, 32807

Street Address

Colonial High School
6100 Oleander Dr
Orlando FL, 32807

Phone Number

(407) 482-6300

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3449
Student/Teacher Ratio: 22.54:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 90th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1655
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 378

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William J. (Pete) Knight High School – Palmdale, CA

General Information

School Name: William J. (Pete) Knight High School
School District: Antelope Valley Union High
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

William J. (Pete) Knight High School
37423 70Th St. East
Palmdale CA, 93552

Street Address

William J. (Pete) Knight High School
37423 70Th St East
Palmdale CA, 93552

Phone Number

(661) 533-9000

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3450
Student/Teacher Ratio: 24.06:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 89th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1791
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 707

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Data Source: NCES

Dobie High School – Houston, TX

General Information

School Name: Dobie High School
School District: Pasadena Isd
County: Harris County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Dobie High School
10220 Beamer
Houston TX, 77089

Street Address

Dobie High School
11111 Beamer Rd
Houston TX, 77089

Phone Number

(281) 481-3000

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3452
Student/Teacher Ratio: 16.42:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 88th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1464
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 416

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Rancho Verde High School – Moreno Valley, CA

General Information

School Name: Rancho Verde High School
School District: Val Verde Unified
County: Riverside County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Rancho Verde High School
17750 Lasselle St.
Moreno Valley CA, 92551

Street Address

Rancho Verde High School
17750 Lasselle St
Moreno Valley CA, 92551

Phone Number

(951) 490-4680

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3453
Student/Teacher Ratio: 29.77:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 87th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1562
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 562

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  • Wrestling

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New Rochelle High School – New Rochelle, NY

General Information

School Name: New Rochelle High School
School District: New Rochelle City School District
County: Westchester County

State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

New Rochelle High School
265 Clove Rd
New Rochelle NY, 10801

Street Address

New Rochelle High School
265 Clove Rd
New Rochelle NY, 10801

Phone Number

(914) 576-4502

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3454
Student/Teacher Ratio: 17.35:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 86th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 931
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 254

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  • Wrestling

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Carson Senior High School – Carson, CA

General Information

School Name: Carson Senior High School
School District: Los Angeles Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Carson Senior High School
22328 South Main St.
Carson CA, 90745

Street Address

Carson Senior High School
22328 South Main St
Carson CA, 90745

Phone Number

(310) 847-6000

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3460
Student/Teacher Ratio: 28.03:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 85th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1458
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 286

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Mill Creek High School – Hoschton, GA

General Information

School Name: Mill Creek High School
School District: Gwinnett County
County: Gwinnett County

State: Georgia
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Mill Creek High School
4400 Braselton Hwy
Hoschton GA, 30548

Street Address

Mill Creek High School
4400 Braselton Hwy
Hoschton GA, 30548

Phone Number

(678) 714-5850

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3469
Student/Teacher Ratio: 17.28:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 84th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 541
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 209

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Klein Forest High School – Houston, TX

General Information

School Name: Klein Forest High School
School District: Klein Isd
County: Harris County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Klein Forest High School
11400 Misty Vly
Houston TX, 77066

Street Address

Klein Forest High School
11400 Misty Vly
Houston TX, 77066

Phone Number

(832) 484-4500

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3474
Student/Teacher Ratio: 16.04:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 83rd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1787
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 360

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John Adams High School – Ozone Park, NY

General Information

School Name: John Adams High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #27
County: Queens County

State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

John Adams High School
101-01 Rockaway Blvd
Ozone Park NY, 11417

Street Address

John Adams High School
10101 Rockaway Blvd
Ozone Park NY, 11417

Phone Number

(718) 322-0500

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3478
Student/Teacher Ratio: 19.16:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 82nd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: nr
Reduced Lunch Eligible: nr

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John Marshall Senior High School – Los Angeles, CA

General Information

School Name: John Marshall Senior High School
School District: Los Angeles Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

John Marshall Senior High School
3939 Tracy St.
Los Angeles CA, 90027

Street Address

John Marshall Senior High School
3939 Tracy St
Los Angeles CA, 90027

Phone Number

(323) 671-1400

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3479
Student/Teacher Ratio: 22.86:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 81st largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2193
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 276

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  • Basketball
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  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
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  • Wrestling

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Collins Hill High School – Suwanee, GA

General Information

School Name: Collins Hill High School
School District: Gwinnett County
County: Gwinnett County

State: Georgia
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Collins Hill High School
50 Taylor Rd
Suwanee GA, 30024

Street Address

Collins Hill High School
50 Taylor Rd
Suwanee GA, 30024

Phone Number

(770) 682-4100

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3482
Student/Teacher Ratio: 18.43:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 80th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 795
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 254

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  • Basketball
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  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
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  • Volleyball
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United High School – Laredo, TX

General Information

School Name: United High School
School District: United Isd
County: Webb County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

United High School
8800 N Mcpherson Rd
Laredo TX, 78045

Street Address

United High School
8800 North Mcpherson Rd
Laredo TX, 78045

Phone Number

(956) 473-5600

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3490
Student/Teacher Ratio: 17.12:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 79th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1612
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 344

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  • Basketball
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  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
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  • Golf
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Data Source: NCES

Montebello High School – Montebello, CA

General Information

School Name: Montebello High School
School District: Montebello Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Montebello High School
2100 West Cleveland Ave.
Montebello CA, 90640

Street Address

Montebello High School
2100 West Cleveland Ave
Montebello CA, 90640

Phone Number

(323) 728-0121

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3491
Student/Teacher Ratio: 26.09:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 78th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2261
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 471

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  • Wrestling

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Manual Arts Senior High School – Los Angeles, CA

General Information

School Name: Manual Arts Senior High School
School District: Los Angeles Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Manual Arts Senior High School
4131 South Vermont Ave.
Los Angeles CA, 90037

Street Address

Manual Arts Senior High School
4131 South Vermont Ave
Los Angeles CA, 90037

Phone Number

(323) 846-7300

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3499
Student/Teacher Ratio: 21.24:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 77th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2919
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 179

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Data Source: NCES

Cherry Creek High School – Greenwood Village, CO

General Information

School Name: Cherry Creek High School
School District: Cherry Creek School District No. 5 In The County Of Arapah
County: Arapahoe County

State: Colorado
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Cherry Creek High School
9300 East Union Avenue
Greenwood Village CO, 80111

Street Address

Cherry Creek High School
9300 East Union Ave
Greenwood Village CO, 80111

Phone Number

(720) 554-2000

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3501
Student/Teacher Ratio: 19.42:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 76th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 186
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 75

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El Camino Real Senior High School – Woodland Hills, CA

General Information

School Name: El Camino Real Senior High School
School District: Los Angeles Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

El Camino Real Senior High School
5440 Valley Cir. Blvd.
Woodland Hills CA, 91367

Street Address

El Camino Real Senior High School
5440 Valley Circle Blvd
Woodland Hills CA, 91367

Phone Number

(818) 595-7500

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3513
Student/Teacher Ratio: 29.37:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 75th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 655
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 164

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  • Wrestling

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Data Source: NCES

Spring High School – Spring, TX

General Information

School Name: Spring High School
School District: Spring Isd
County: Harris County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Spring High School
19428 Interstate 45 N
Spring TX, 77373

Street Address

Spring High School
19428 Interstate 45 North
Spring TX, 77373

Phone Number

(281) 891-7004

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3520
Student/Teacher Ratio: 18.35:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 74th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1286
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 351

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Data Source: NCES

G. Holmes Braddock Senior High School – Miami, FL

General Information

School Name: G. Holmes Braddock Senior High School
School District: Dade
County: Miami-Dade County

State: Florida
Grades: 8Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

G. Holmes Braddock Senior High School
3601 Sw 147Th Ave
Miami FL, 33185

Street Address

G. Holmes Braddock Senior High School
3601 Sw 147Th Ave
Miami FL, 33185

Phone Number

(305) 225-9729

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3526
Student/Teacher Ratio: 19.48:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 73rd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1771
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 361

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Cabrillo (Juan Rodriguez) High School – Long Beach, CA

General Information

School Name: Cabrillo (Juan Rodriguez) High School
School District: Long Beach Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Cabrillo (Juan Rodriguez) High School
2001 Santa Fe Ave.
Long Beach CA, 90810

Street Address

Cabrillo (Juan Rodriguez) High School
2001 Santa Fe Ave
Long Beach CA, 90810

Phone Number

(562) 951-7700

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3532
Student/Teacher Ratio: 25.23:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 72nd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2432
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 412

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  • Wrestling

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Data Source: NCES

Schurr High School – Montebello, CA

General Information

School Name: Schurr High School
School District: Montebello Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Schurr High School
820 North Wilcox Ave.
Montebello CA, 90640

Street Address

Schurr High School
820 North Wilcox Ave
Montebello CA, 90640

Phone Number

(323) 887-3090

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3548
Student/Teacher Ratio: 28.39:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 71st largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1961
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 490

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  • Wrestling

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Bolingbrook High School – Bolingbrook, IL

General Information

School Name: Bolingbrook High School
School District: Valley View Cusd 365U
County: Will County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Bolingbrook High School
365 Raider Way
Bolingbrook IL, 60440

Street Address

Bolingbrook High School
365 Raider Way
Bolingbrook IL, 60440

Phone Number

(630) 759-6400

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3561
Student/Teacher Ratio: 15.97:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 70th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1396
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 365

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  • Wrestling

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Bell Gardens High School – Bell Gardens, CA

General Information

School Name: Bell Gardens High School
School District: Montebello Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Bell Gardens High School
6119 Agra St.
Bell Gardens CA, 90201

Street Address

Bell Gardens High School
6119 Agra St
Bell Gardens CA, 90201

Phone Number

(323) 826-5151

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3570
Student/Teacher Ratio: 24.77:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 69th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2605
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 435

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Bayside High School – Bayside, NY

General Information

School Name: Bayside High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #26
County: Queens County

State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Bayside High School
32-24 Corp Kennedy St
Bayside NY, 11361

Street Address

Bayside High School
3224 Corp Kennedy St
Bayside NY, 11361

Phone Number

(718) 229-7600

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3576
Student/Teacher Ratio: 23.65:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 68th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: nr
Reduced Lunch Eligible: nr

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  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
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  • Tennis
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  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

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Mayfair High School – Lakewood, CA

General Information

School Name: Mayfair High School
School District: Bellflower Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 7Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Mayfair High School
16703 South Clark Ave.
Bellflower CA, 90706

Street Address

Mayfair High School
6000 North Woodruff Ave
Lakewood CA, 90713

Phone Number

(562) 925-9981

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3579
Student/Teacher Ratio: 23.92:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 67th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1046
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 541

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  • Basketball
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  • Cheerleading
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Arcadia High School – Arcadia, CA

General Information

School Name: Arcadia High School
School District: Arcadia Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Arcadia High School
234 Campus Dr.
Arcadia CA, 91007

Street Address

Arcadia High School
180 Campus Dr
Arcadia CA, 91007

Phone Number

(626) 821-1711

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3610
Student/Teacher Ratio: 24.91:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 66th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 363
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 156

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  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
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  • Softball
  • Swimming
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  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

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Warren Central High School – Indianapolis, IN

General Information

School Name: Warren Central High School
School District: M S D Warren Township
County: Marion County

State: Indiana
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Warren Central High School
9500 E 16Th St
Indianapolis IN, 46229

Street Address

Warren Central High School
9500 East 16Th St
Indianapolis IN, 46229

Phone Number

(317) 532-6200

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3620
Student/Teacher Ratio: 23.26:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 65th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1269
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 404

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  • Basketball
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  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
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Sylmar Senior High School – Sylmar, CA

General Information

School Name: Sylmar Senior High School
School District: Los Angeles Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Sylmar Senior High School
13050 Borden Ave.
Sylmar CA, 91342

Street Address

Sylmar Senior High School
13050 Borden Ave
Sylmar CA, 91342

Phone Number

(818) 833-3700

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3625
Student/Teacher Ratio: 24.19:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 64th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2247
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 287

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Curie Metropolitan High School – Chicago, IL

General Information

School Name: Curie Metropolitan High School
School District: City Of Chicago Sd 299
County: Cook County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Curie Metropolitan High School
4959 S Archer Ave
Chicago IL, 60632

Street Address

Curie Metropolitan High School
4959 South Archer Ave
Chicago IL, 60632

Phone Number

(773) 535-2100

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3636
Student/Teacher Ratio: 17.91:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 63rd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2849
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 417

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Independence High School – San Jose, CA

General Information

School Name: Independence High School
School District: East Side Union High
County: Santa Clara County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Independence High School
1776 Educational Park Dr.
San Jose CA, 95133

Street Address

Independence High School
1776 Educational Park Dr
San Jose CA, 95133

Phone Number

(408) 928-9500

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3644
Student/Teacher Ratio: 25.2:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 62nd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1100
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 289

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Chaffey High School – Ontario, CA

General Information

School Name: Chaffey High School
School District: Chaffey Joint Union High
County: San Bernardino County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Chaffey High School
1245 North Euclid Ave.
Ontario CA, 91762

Street Address

Chaffey High School
1245 North Euclid Ave
Ontario CA, 91762

Phone Number

(909) 988-5560

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3645
Student/Teacher Ratio: 25.6:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 61st largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1879
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 301

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Carl Sandburg High School – Orland Park, IL

General Information

School Name: Carl Sandburg High School
School District: Cons Hsd 230
County: Cook County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Carl Sandburg High School
13300 S La Grange Rd
Orland Park IL, 60462

Street Address

Carl Sandburg High School
13300 South La Grange Rd
Orland Park IL, 60462

Phone Number

(708) 671-3100

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3663
Student/Teacher Ratio: 18:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 60th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 0
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 0

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Warren High School – Downey, CA

General Information

School Name: Warren High School
School District: Downey Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Warren High School
8141 De Palma St.
Downey CA, 90241

Street Address

Warren High School
8141 De Palma St
Downey CA, 90241

Phone Number

(562) 869-7306

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3666
Student/Teacher Ratio: 26.64:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 59th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1369
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 666

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Dr. Phillips High School – Orlando, FL

General Information

School Name: Dr. Phillips High School
School District: Orange
County: Orange County

State: Florida
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Dr. Phillips High School
6500 Turkey Lake Rd
Orlando FL, 32819

Street Address

Dr. Phillips High School
6500 Turkey Lake Rd
Orlando FL, 32819

Phone Number

(407) 355-3200

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3667
Student/Teacher Ratio: 22.36:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 58th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 933
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 210

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Allen High School – Allen, TX

General Information

School Name: Allen High School
School District: Allen Isd
County: Collin County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Allen High School
300 Rivercrest Blvd
Allen TX, 75002

Street Address

Allen High School
300 Rivercrest Blvd
Allen TX, 75002

Phone Number

(972) 727-0400

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3695
Student/Teacher Ratio: 16.33:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 57th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 374
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 153

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Upland High School – Upland, CA

General Information

School Name: Upland High School
School District: Upland Unified
County: San Bernardino County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Upland High School
565 West 11Th St.
Upland CA, 91786

Street Address

Upland High School
565 West 11Th St
Upland CA, 91786

Phone Number

(909) 949-7880

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3709
Student/Teacher Ratio: 26.05:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 56th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1187
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 367

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Klein Oak High School – Spring, TX

General Information

School Name: Klein Oak High School
School District: Klein Isd
County: Harris County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Klein Oak High School
22603 Northcrest Dr
Spring TX, 77389

Street Address

Klein Oak High School
22603 Northcrest Dr
Spring TX, 77389

Phone Number

(832) 484-5000

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3721
Student/Teacher Ratio: 18.83:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 55th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 689
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 193

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Brentwood High School – Brentwood, NY

General Information

School Name: Brentwood High School
School District: Brentwood Union Free School District
County: Suffolk County

State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Brentwood High School
2 6Th Ave
Brentwood NY, 11717

Street Address

Brentwood High School
2 6Th Ave
Brentwood NY, 11717

Phone Number

(631) 434-2204

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3751
Student/Teacher Ratio: 14.98:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 54th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1219
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 375

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J Sterling Morton East High School Sch – Cicero, IL

General Information

School Name: J Sterling Morton East High School Sch
School District: J S Morton Hsd 201
County: Cook County

State: Illinois
Grades: 10Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

J Sterling Morton East High School Sch
2423 S Austin Blvd
Cicero IL, 60804

Street Address

J Sterling Morton East High School Sch
2423 South Austin Blvd
Cicero IL, 60804

Phone Number

(708) 222-5750

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3751
Student/Teacher Ratio: 21.46:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 53rd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2749
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 471

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Silverado High School – Victorville, CA

General Information

School Name: Silverado High School
School District: Victor Valley Union High
County: San Bernardino County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Silverado High School
14048 Cobalt Rd.
Victorville CA, 92392

Street Address

Silverado High School
14048 Cobalt Rd
Victorville CA, 92392

Phone Number

(760) 955-3353

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3753
Student/Teacher Ratio: 26.95:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 52nd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2297
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 463

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Upper Darby High School – Drexel Hill, PA

General Information

School Name: Upper Darby High School
School District: Upper Darby Sd
County: Delaware County

State: Pennsylvania
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Upper Darby High School
601 North Lansdowne Avenue
Drexel Hill PA, 19026

Street Address

Upper Darby High School
601 North Lansdowne Ave
Drexel Hill PA, 19026

Phone Number

(610) 622-7000

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3762
Student/Teacher Ratio: 14.65:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 51st largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1089
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 319

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  • Basketball
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  • Cheerleading
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Deer Park High School – Deer Park, TX

General Information

School Name: Deer Park High School
School District: Deer Park Isd
County: Harris County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Deer Park High School
710 W San Augustine
Deer Park TX, 77536

Street Address

Deer Park High School
710 West San Augustine
Deer Park TX, 77536

Phone Number

(832) 668-7200

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3772
Student/Teacher Ratio: 14.89:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 50th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 995
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 232

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Noble Street Charter High School – Chicago, IL

General Information

School Name: Noble Street Charter High School
School District: City Of Chicago Sd 299
County: Cook County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Noble Street Charter High School
1010 N Noble St
Chicago IL, 60642

Street Address

Noble Street Charter High School
1010 North Noble St
Chicago IL, 60642

Phone Number

(773) 862-1449

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3784
Student/Teacher Ratio: 16.89:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 49th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: nr
Reduced Lunch Eligible: nr

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Lake Braddock Secondary – Burke, VA

General Information

School Name: Lake Braddock Secondary
School District: Fairfax Co Pblc Schs
County: Fairfax County

State: Virginia
Grades: 7Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Lake Braddock Secondary
9200 Burke Lake Rd
Burke VA, 22015

Street Address

Lake Braddock Secondary
9200 Burke Lake Rd
Burke VA, 22015

Phone Number

(703) 426-1000

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3789
Student/Teacher Ratio: 20.55:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 48th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 364
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 166

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The Woodlands High School – The Woodlands, TX

General Information

School Name: The Woodlands High School
School District: Conroe Isd
County: Montgomery County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

The Woodlands High School
6101 Research Forest Dr
The Woodlands TX, 77381

Street Address

The Woodlands High School
6101 Research Forest Dr
The Woodlands TX, 77381

Phone Number

(936) 709-1200

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3795
Student/Teacher Ratio: 17.25:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 47th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 96
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 31

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Central High School East Campus – Fresno, CA

General Information

School Name: Central High School East Campus
School District: Central Unified
County: Fresno County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Central High School East Campus
3535 North Cornelia Ave.
Fresno CA, 93722

Street Address

Central High School East Campus
3535 North Cornelia Ave
Fresno CA, 93722

Phone Number

(559) 276-0280

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3795
Student/Teacher Ratio: 23.4:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 46th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1748
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 267

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Data Source: NCES

Lyons Township High School – La Grange, IL

General Information

School Name: Lyons Township High School
School District: Lyons Township High School
County: Cook County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Lyons Township High School
100 S Brainard Ave
La Grange IL, 60525

Street Address

Lyons Township High School
100 South Brainard Ave
La Grange IL, 60525

Phone Number

(708) 579-6300

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3812
Student/Teacher Ratio: 15.75:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 45th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 0
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 0

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Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School – Los Angeles, CA

General Information

School Name: Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School
School District: Los Angeles Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School
456 South Mathews St.
Los Angeles CA, 90033

Street Address

Theodore Roosevelt Senior High School
456 South Mathews St
Los Angeles CA, 90033

Phone Number

(323) 780-6500

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3819
Student/Teacher Ratio: 19.33:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 44th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 3147
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 209

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Duncanville High School – Duncanville, TX

General Information

School Name: Duncanville High School
School District: Duncanville Isd
County: Dallas County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Duncanville High School
900 W Camp Wisdom
Duncanville TX, 75116

Street Address

Duncanville High School
900 West Camp Wisdom
Duncanville TX, 75116

Phone Number

(972) 708-3700

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3844
Student/Teacher Ratio: 16.95:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 43rd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1820
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 450

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Lockport Township High School East – Lockport, IL

General Information

School Name: Lockport Township High School East
School District: Lockport Twp Hsd 205
County: Will County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Lockport Township High School East
1333 E 7Th St
Lockport IL, 60441

Street Address

Lockport Township High School East
1333 East 7Th St
Lockport IL, 60441

Phone Number

(815) 588-8300

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3848
Student/Teacher Ratio: 19.52:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 42nd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 0
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 0

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Fontana High School – Fontana, CA

General Information

School Name: Fontana High School
School District: Fontana Unified
County: San Bernardino County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Fontana High School
9453 Citrus Ave.
Fontana CA, 92335

Street Address

Fontana High School
9453 Citrus Ave
Fontana CA, 92335

Phone Number

(909) 357-5500

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3849
Student/Teacher Ratio: 25.66:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 41st largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2154
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 491

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Forest Hills High School – Forest Hills, NY

General Information

School Name: Forest Hills High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #28
County: Queens County

State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Forest Hills High School
67-01 110Th St
Forest Hills NY, 11375

Street Address

Forest Hills High School
6701 110Th St
Forest Hills NY, 11375

Phone Number

(718) 268-3137

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3860
Student/Teacher Ratio: 22.42:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 40th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: nr
Reduced Lunch Eligible: nr

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Grover Cleveland High School – Reseda, CA

General Information

School Name: Grover Cleveland High School
School District: Los Angeles Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Grover Cleveland High School
8140 Vanalden Ave.
Reseda CA, 91335

Street Address

Grover Cleveland High School
8140 Vanalden Ave
Reseda CA, 91335

Phone Number

(818) 885-2300

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3861
Student/Teacher Ratio: 28.81:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 39th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2134
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 273

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Cypress Bay High School – Weston, FL

General Information

School Name: Cypress Bay High School
School District: Broward
County: Broward County

State: Florida
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Cypress Bay High School
18600 Vista Park Blvd
Weston FL, 33332

Street Address

Cypress Bay High School
18600 Vista Park Blvd
Weston FL, 33332

Phone Number

(754) 323-0350

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 3980
Student/Teacher Ratio: 21.63:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 38th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 351
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 178

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  • Wrestling

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Downey High School – Downey, CA

General Information

School Name: Downey High School
School District: Downey Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Downey High School
11040 Brookshire Ave.
Downey CA, 90241

Street Address

Downey High School
11040 Brookshire Ave
Downey CA, 90241

Phone Number

(562) 869-7301

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4016
Student/Teacher Ratio: 26.28:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 37th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1624
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 722

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  • Basketball
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  • Cheerleading
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Brockton High School – Brockton, MA

General Information

School Name: Brockton High School
School District: Brockton
County: Plymouth County

State: Massachusetts
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Brockton High School
470 Forest Avenue
Brockton MA, 2301

Street Address

Brockton High School
470 Forest Ave
Brockton MA, 2301

Phone Number

(508) 580-7633

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4029
Student/Teacher Ratio: 14.73:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 36th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2351
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 447

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  • Basketball
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  • Cheerleading
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  • Volleyball
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Jordan High School – Long Beach, CA

General Information

School Name: Jordan High School
School District: Long Beach Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Jordan High School
6500 Atlantic Ave.
Long Beach CA, 90805

Street Address

Jordan High School
6500 Atlantic Ave
Long Beach CA, 90805

Phone Number

(562) 423-1471

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4056
Student/Teacher Ratio: 24.88:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 35th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2638
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 504

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Robinson Secondary – Fairfax, VA

General Information

School Name: Robinson Secondary
School District: Fairfax Co Pblc Schs
County: Fairfax County

State: Virginia
Grades: 7Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Robinson Secondary
5035 Sideburn Rd
Fairfax VA, 22032

Street Address

Robinson Secondary
5035 Sideburn Rd
Fairfax VA, 22032

Phone Number

(703) 426-2100

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4067
Student/Teacher Ratio: 20.72:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 34th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 320
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 156

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Granada Hills Charter High School – Granada Hills, CA

General Information

School Name: Granada Hills Charter High School
School District: Los Angeles Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Granada Hills Charter High School
10535 Zelzah Ave.
Granada Hills CA, 91344

Street Address

Granada Hills Charter High School
10535 Zelzah Ave
Granada Hills CA, 91344

Phone Number

(818) 360-2361

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4143
Student/Teacher Ratio: 27.03:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 33rd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 978
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 568

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James Logan High School – Union City, CA

General Information

School Name: James Logan High School
School District: New Haven Unified
County: Alameda County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

James Logan High School
1800 H St.
Union City CA, 94587

Street Address

James Logan High School
1800 H St
Union City CA, 94587

Phone Number

(510) 471-2520

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4150
Student/Teacher Ratio: 26.08:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 32nd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1198
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 324

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Elsik High School – Houston, TX

General Information

School Name: Elsik High School
School District: Alief Isd
County: Harris County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Elsik High School
12601 High Star
Houston TX, 77072

Street Address

Elsik High School
12601 High Star
Houston TX, 77072

Phone Number

(281) 498-8110

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4166
Student/Teacher Ratio: 17.41:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 31st largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2528
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 374

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Huntington Park Senior High School – Huntington Park, CA

General Information

School Name: Huntington Park Senior High School
School District: Los Angeles Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Huntington Park Senior High School
6020 Miles Ave.
Huntington Park CA, 90255

Street Address

Huntington Park Senior High School
6020 Miles Ave
Huntington Park CA, 90255

Phone Number

(323) 826-2300

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4185
Student/Teacher Ratio: 21.93:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 30th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 3532
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 197

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John A. Ferguson Senior High School – Miami, FL

General Information

School Name: John A. Ferguson Senior High School
School District: Dade
County: Miami-Dade County

State: Florida
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

John A. Ferguson Senior High School
15900 Sw 56Th St
Miami FL, 33185

Street Address

John A. Ferguson Senior High School
15900 Sw 56Th St
Miami FL, 33185

Phone Number

(305) 408-2700

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4186
Student/Teacher Ratio: 21.47:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 29th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1548
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 449

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Lane Technical High School – Chicago, IL

General Information

School Name: Lane Technical High School
School District: City Of Chicago Sd 299
County: Cook County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Lane Technical High School
2501 W Addison St
Chicago IL, 60618

Street Address

Lane Technical High School
2501 West Addison St
Chicago IL, 60618

Phone Number

(773) 534-5400

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4192
Student/Teacher Ratio: 17.91:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 28th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1996
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 736

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Lakewood High School – Lakewood, CA

General Information

School Name: Lakewood High School
School District: Long Beach Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Lakewood High School
4400 Briercrest Ave.
Lakewood CA, 90713

Street Address

Lakewood High School
4400 Briercrest Ave
Lakewood CA, 90713

Phone Number

(562) 425-1281

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4218
Student/Teacher Ratio: 26.36:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 27th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1420
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 513

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Hastings High School – Houston, TX

General Information

School Name: Hastings High School
School District: Alief Isd
County: Harris County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Hastings High School
4410 Cook Rd
Houston TX, 77072

Street Address

Hastings High School
4410 Cook Rd
Houston TX, 77072

Phone Number

(281) 498-8110

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4233
Student/Teacher Ratio: 15.52:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 26th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2689
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 388

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Waukegan High School – Waukegan, IL

General Information

School Name: Waukegan High School
School District: Waukegan Cusd 60
County: Lake County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Waukegan High School
2325 Brookside Ave
Waukegan IL, 60085

Street Address

Waukegan High School
2325 Brookside Ave
Waukegan IL, 60085

Phone Number

(847) 360-5621

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4263
Student/Teacher Ratio: 15.06:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 25th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2212
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 400

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James A. Garfield Senior High School – Los Angeles, CA

General Information

School Name: James A. Garfield Senior High School
School District: Los Angeles Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

James A. Garfield Senior High School
5101 East Sixth St.
Los Angeles CA, 90022

Street Address

James A. Garfield Senior High School
5101 East Sixth St
Los Angeles CA, 90022

Phone Number

(323) 981-5500

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4271
Student/Teacher Ratio: 21.32:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 24th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 3658
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 120

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  • Wrestling

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Franklin D Roosevelt High School – Brooklyn, NY

General Information

School Name: Franklin D Roosevelt High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #20
County: Kings County

State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Franklin D Roosevelt High School
5800 20Th Ave
Brooklyn NY, 11204

Street Address

Franklin D Roosevelt High School
5800 20Th Ave
Brooklyn NY, 11204

Phone Number

(718) 621-8800

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4283
Student/Teacher Ratio: 25.33:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 23rd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: nr
Reduced Lunch Eligible: nr

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Millikan Senior High School – Long Beach, CA

General Information

School Name: Millikan Senior High School
School District: Long Beach Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Millikan Senior High School
2800 Snowden Ave.
Long Beach CA, 90815

Street Address

Millikan Senior High School
2800 Snowden Ave
Long Beach CA, 90815

Phone Number

(562) 425-7441

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4291
Student/Teacher Ratio: 23.97:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 22nd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1973
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 440

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  • Basketball
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  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
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  • Wrestling

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Warren Township High School – Gurnee, IL

General Information

School Name: Warren Township High School
School District: Warren Twp Hsd 121
County: Lake County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Warren Township High School
34090 Almond Rd
Gurnee IL, 60031

Street Address

Warren Township High School
34090 Almond Rd
Gurnee IL, 60031

Phone Number

(847) 662-1400

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4300
Student/Teacher Ratio: 17.62:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 21st largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 0
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 0

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Bell Senior High School – Bell, CA

General Information

School Name: Bell Senior High School
School District: Los Angeles Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Bell Senior High School
4328 Bell Ave.
Bell CA, 90201

Street Address

Bell Senior High School
4328 Bell Ave
Bell CA, 90201

Phone Number

(323) 832-4700

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4301
Student/Teacher Ratio: 25.55:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 20th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 3604
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 126

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Wilson High School – Long Beach, CA

General Information

School Name: Wilson High School
School District: Long Beach Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Wilson High School
4400 East 10Th St.
Long Beach CA, 90804

Street Address

Wilson High School
4400 East 10Th St
Long Beach CA, 90804

Phone Number

(562) 433-0481

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4346
Student/Teacher Ratio: 25.34:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 19th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 1714
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 380

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Adlai E Stevenson High School – Lincolnshire, IL

General Information

School Name: Adlai E Stevenson High School
School District: Adlai E Stevenson Hsd 125
County: Lake County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Adlai E Stevenson High School
1 Stevenson Dr
Lincolnshire IL, 60069

Street Address

Adlai E Stevenson High School
1 Stevenson Dr
Lincolnshire IL, 60069

Phone Number

(847) 415-4000

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4349
Student/Teacher Ratio: 16.02:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 18th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: nr
Reduced Lunch Eligible: nr

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Data Source: NCES

Carmel High School – Carmel, IN

General Information

School Name: Carmel High School
School District: Carmel Clay Schools
County: Hamilton County

State: Indiana
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Carmel High School
520 E Main St
Carmel IN, 46032

Street Address

Carmel High School
520 East Main St
Carmel IN, 46032

Phone Number

(317) 846-7721

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4389
Student/Teacher Ratio: 20.11:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 17th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 213
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 107

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Neuqua Valley High School – Naperville, IL

General Information

School Name: Neuqua Valley High School
School District: Indian Prairie Cusd 204
County: Will County

State: Illinois
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Neuqua Valley High School
2360 95Th St
Naperville IL, 60564

Street Address

Neuqua Valley High School
2360 95Th St
Naperville IL, 60564

Phone Number

(630) 428-6000

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4397
Student/Teacher Ratio: 17.33:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 16th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 164
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 50

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North Shore Senior High School – Houston, TX

General Information

School Name: North Shore Senior High School
School District: Galena Park Isd
County: Harris County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

North Shore Senior High School
353 N Castlegory
Houston TX, 77049

Street Address

North Shore Senior High School
353 North Castlegory
Houston TX, 77049

Phone Number

(832) 386-4100

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4469
Student/Teacher Ratio: 15:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 15th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2401
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 362

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John C. Fremont Senior High School – Los Angeles, CA

General Information

School Name: John C. Fremont Senior High School
School District: Los Angeles Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

John C. Fremont Senior High School
7676 South San Pedro St.
Los Angeles CA, 90003

Street Address

John C. Fremont Senior High School
7676 South San Pedro St
Los Angeles CA, 90003

Phone Number

(323) 565-1200

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4470
Student/Teacher Ratio: 21.3:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 14th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 3720
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 114

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  • Wrestling

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Dewitt Clinton High School – Bronx, NY

General Information

School Name: Dewitt Clinton High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #10
County: Bronx County

State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Dewitt Clinton High School
100 W Mosholu Pkwy S
Bronx NY, 10468

Street Address

Dewitt Clinton High School
100 West Mosholu Parkway South
Bronx NY, 10468

Phone Number

(718) 543-1000

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4643
Student/Teacher Ratio: 19.03:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 13th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: nr
Reduced Lunch Eligible: nr

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  • Wrestling

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Skyline High School – Dallas, TX

General Information

School Name: Skyline High School
School District: Dallas Isd
County: Dallas County

State: Texas
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Skyline High School
7777 Forney Rd
Dallas TX, 75227

Street Address

Skyline High School
7777 Forney Rd
Dallas TX, 75227

Phone Number

(972) 502-3400

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4697
Student/Teacher Ratio: 15.19:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 12th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 3110
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 398

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Paramount High School – Paramount, CA

General Information

School Name: Paramount High School
School District: Paramount Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Paramount High School
14429 South Downey Ave.
Paramount CA, 90723

Street Address

Paramount High School
14429 South Downey Ave
Paramount CA, 90723

Phone Number

(562) 602-6067

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4758
Student/Teacher Ratio: 24.73:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 11th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 3938
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 621

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Herbert H Lehman High School – Bronx, NY

General Information

School Name: Herbert H Lehman High School
School District: New York City Geographic District # 8
County: Bronx County

State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Herbert H Lehman High School
3000 E Tremont Ave
Bronx NY, 10461

Street Address

Herbert H Lehman High School
3000 East Tremont Ave
Bronx NY, 10461

Phone Number

(718) 904-4200

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4853
Student/Teacher Ratio: 23.54:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 10th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: nr
Reduced Lunch Eligible: nr

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  • Wrestling

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Reading High School – Reading, PA

General Information

School Name: Reading High School
School District: Reading Sd
County: Berks County

State: Pennsylvania
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Reading High School
801 N 13Th St
Reading PA, 19604

Street Address

Reading High School
801 North 13Th St
Reading PA, 19604

Phone Number

(610) 371-5710

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4868
Student/Teacher Ratio: 17.54:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 9th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 3935
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 395

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Polytechnic High School – Long Beach, CA

General Information

School Name: Polytechnic High School
School District: Long Beach Unified
County: Los Angeles County

State: California
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Polytechnic High School
1600 Atlantic Ave.
Long Beach CA, 90813

Street Address

Polytechnic High School
1600 Atlantic Ave
Long Beach CA, 90813

Phone Number

(562) 591-0581

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4899
Student/Teacher Ratio: 26.24:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 8th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: 2409
Reduced Lunch Eligible: 426

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  • Wrestling

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Midwood High School – Brooklyn, NY

General Information

School Name: Midwood High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #22
County: Kings County

State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Midwood High School
2839 Bedford Ave
Brooklyn NY, 11210

Street Address

Midwood High School
2839 Bedford Ave
Brooklyn NY, 11210

Phone Number

(718) 724-8500

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 5620
Student/Teacher Ratio: 33.13:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 7th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: nr
Reduced Lunch Eligible: nr

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  • Basketball
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  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
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Benjamin N Cardozo High School – Bayside, NY

General Information

School Name: Benjamin N Cardozo High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #26
County: Queens County
State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade
Principal: Gerald Martori

School Colors: Blue Orange

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Mailing Address

Benjamin N Cardozo High School
57-00 223Rd St
Bayside NY, 11361

Street Address

Benjamin N Cardozo High School
5700 223Rd St
Bayside NY, 11361

Phone Number

(718) 279-6500

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 5775
Student/Teacher Ratio: 33.2:1
Full-Time Teachers: 173.93

Size Rank: largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: n/a
Reduced Lunch Eligible: n/a

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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

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  • First Day of Class
  • Homecoming
  • Report Cards
  • Class Pictures
  • Winter Break
  • Holidays and Teacher Workdays
  • Spring Break
  • Prom
  • Graduation
  • Last Day of Class
  • Summer Break

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Francis Lewis High School – Fresh Meadows, NY

General Information

School Name: Francis Lewis High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #26
County: Queens County
State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade
Principal: Musa Ali Shama

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Francis Lewis High School
58-20 Utopia Pky
Fresh Meadows NY, 11365

Street Address

Francis Lewis High School
5820 Utopia Pky
Fresh Meadows NY, 11365

Phone Number

(718) 281-8200

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 7400
Student/Teacher Ratio: 35.37:1
Full-Time Teachers: 209.23

Size Rank: largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: n/a
Reduced Lunch Eligible: n/a

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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

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  • Homecoming
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  • Winter Break
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  • Spring Break
  • Prom
  • Graduation
  • Last Day of Class
  • Summer Break

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Edward R Murrow High School – Brooklyn, NY

General Information

School Name: Edward R Murrow High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #21
County: Kings County

State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Edward R Murrow High School
1600 Ave L
Brooklyn NY, 11230

Street Address

Edward R Murrow High School
1600 Ave L
Brooklyn NY, 11230

Phone Number

(718) 258-9283

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 7609
Student/Teacher Ratio: 40.56:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 4th largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: nr
Reduced Lunch Eligible: nr

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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

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  • Prom
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  • Summer Break

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Tottenville High School – Staten Island, NY

General Information

School Name: Tottenville High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #31
County: Richmond County
State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Mascot: Pirate
School Colors: Purple & white

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Tottenville High School
100 Luten Ave
Staten Island NY, 10312

Street Address

Tottenville High School
100 Luten Ave
Staten Island NY, 10312

Phone Number

(718) 356-2220

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 7770
Student/Teacher Ratio: 43.75:1
Full-Time Teachers: 177.6

Size Rank: largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: n/a
Reduced Lunch Eligible: n/a

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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

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  • Last Day of Class
  • Summer Break

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Fort Hamilton High School – Brooklyn, NY

General Information

School Name: Fort Hamilton High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #20
County: Kings County
State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade
Principal: JoAnn Chester
Mascot: Tiger
School Colors: Blue & While

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Fort Hamilton High School

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Contact Information

Mailing Address

Fort Hamilton High School
8301 Shore Rd
Brooklyn NY, 11209

Street Address

Fort Hamilton High School
8301 Shore Rd
Brooklyn NY, 11209

Phone Number

(718) 748-1537

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 7805
Student/Teacher Ratio: 40.52:1
Full-Time Teachers: 192.6

Size Rank: largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: n/a
Reduced Lunch Eligible: n/a

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  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

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  • Summer Break

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Brooklyn Technical High School – Brooklyn, NY

General Information

School Name: Brooklyn Technical High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #13
County: Kings County
State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade
Principal: Randy Asher
Mascot: Engineer
School Colors: Blue & White

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Mailing Address

Brooklyn Technical High School
29 Ft Greene Pl
Brooklyn NY, 11217

Street Address

Brooklyn Technical High School
29 Ft Greene Place
Brooklyn NY, 11217

Phone Number

(718) 804-6400

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 8076
Student/Teacher Ratio: 37.19:1
Full-Time Teachers: 217.17

Size Rank: largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: n/a
Reduced Lunch Eligible: n/a

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Sports

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
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  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

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Freedom High School Bomb Plot Thwarted

A Florida teen is in custody after being arrested on suspicion of planning to blow up his school.

Jared Cano Arrested

Jared Cano, 17, who had been expelled from Freedom High School in Tampa, and according to police investigations had collected a mass of pipe bomb making equipment, including fusing and timing devices, shrapnel, plastic tubing and a fuel source. His journal allegedly contained an entry professing the desire to cause more casualties than those killed and injured in the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School in Colorado. It also allegedly contained detailed drawings of the school, and a minute by minute manifesto detailing the attack, which was supposed to take place next Tuesday, starting at 5 a.m.

Police Tipped Off

Information about Cano’s alleged plot first surfaced on Tuesday, when the police received a tip that he threatened to plant a bomb at the school, targeting 30 students and two school officials, including the Principal. After his mother, who is a Math teacher at another local high school, allowed the police to search the family home, they found the bomb making material and journal. In addition, the police discovered a marijuana operation, complete with plants, grow lights and scales.

Speaking at a news conference, Tampa Chief of Police Jane Castor said: “We were probably able to thwart potentially a catastrophic event the likes of which Tampa has not seen, and hopefully never will.”

Multiple Charges

Jared Cano is facing multiple charges, including possession of bomb-making materials, marijuana cultivation, marijuana and drug paraphernalia possession, and threatening to throw, project, place or discharge a destructive device. He has a prior juvenile record, including charges of burglary, carrying a concealed weapon, drug possession and altering the serial numbers on a firearm.

Court Appearance

At Wednesday’s court hearing, Cano sat with his face in his lap seemingly close to tears. When asked by the judge if his parents were coming, he replied: “I don’t know.” Neither parent attended the hearing.

When asked if he wanted to say anything, the teen replied: “I don’t know”, but when the judge said he could say anything without speaking about his charges, he began to speak: “The plan wasn’t…”

When the public defender tried to stop him from speaking, Cano retorted: “I can talk. I’m allowed to say what I want.” After whispering in her client’s ear, the public defender said: “He has no comment.”

Tipster A “Hero”

The tipster’s identity is being withheld, but that person was praised by Police Chief Castor as a “hero”. She said: “It’s someone who had information and they felt strongly enough to call the Tampa Police Department. Cano is believed to have been acting alone.

High School Attack at Columbine

On April 20th, 1999, Columbine seniors Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris went on a rampage at their High School, killing 12 students and one teacher. 24 more were injured.

Read More:

TampaBay.com Article

ABC News Story

CNN Article

Wikipedia Entry on Columbine High School massacre

High School Geography Test Results Are In

“All across America every year, there are thousands of students that take Geography placement tests. You need to pass these tests to be able to move on to the next grade, or to even graduate from High School. Facts have shown that over the last couple of years the geography scores for high school seniors have not improved. It seems that High School Seniors are doing well in all other areas of the exams, but they just can’t seem to grasp the U.S. and World History section of the tests. The tests have declined from the 1994 scores, in a dramatic way. The geography test isn’t given every year like other parts of the test, the last time it was given was in 2001.

The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) gives the same test to both public high school students, and private school students. It is the same test for everybody, so it can’t be broke down by the amount of money that a parent can pay for their children to go to school. The scores are based on a 500 point system, and from 2001-2010 high school seniors had an average score of 284. The score has dropped down to 282, which makes the student average, in the National Assessment of Educational Progress, definition of what a passing grade is.

Why has there been a decline in the test scores? Is it because students just aren’t trying as hard, or has the educational requirements changed where the teaching is concerned? Students don’t learn the same way that they used too in the 1980s, as a lot of teachers are opting to allow students to use online media instead of a paper and pen. In a world where it seems that everything is available at the student’s fingertips as far as learning the material, are they choosing not to learn it, or is the problem a deeper issue? Should you blame your students teachers for their scores dropping?

The educational requirement has changed a bit, as it’s become a bit more challenging as it should as the students get older. Most people think the things on the Senior Geography Test the students should know, yet they may forget the information over time. Who should be blamed for it?”

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US News and World Report

Students Still Struggle To Grasp World Geography

Students Miss Boat on Geography Tests

U.S. Geography Scores Disappoint

National Report Cards

How the Minnesota Shutdown Effects High School Students

“Minnesota has shut down, in all forms of the government recently, because of the current economic crisis. What does this closure mean for you, the residents, of Minnesota? What does this mean for people that would like to visit Minnesota? How does this effect your children and their education? Sadly, the state shutdown does, in fact, effect your children, their schools and their teachers. The statewide shutdown started on July 1, so it may not effect your children or their schools at the moment, but if the state doesn’t “”re-open”" by time school starts back up it will. How exactly will it effect them though? Will this mean they wouldn’t have to go to school? Would they have different teachers?

Your children will not have new teachers according to WDAY6 News. If the recent college graduate did not have their teaching license paperwork turned in before July 1, they aren’t allowed to be hired, “”no license.no job.”" This could be a good thing, since your children would know all their teachers, but a bad thing if there are new teachers out there that aren’t able to get a job because of the government shutdown.

Even though teachers aren’t state employees, both their salaries and other school expenses (books, food, pencils, classroom supplies) do relay on the Minnesota state government. The money for these things come from money that each school district receives by the state district they are located in. Mertesdorf is also president of the Minnesota Association of School Business Officials, which represents all school budget officers in the state. She says the concern centers around cash flow — if state money dries up, will she be able to meet payroll and keep paying bills?

Sadly, this isn’t the first shutdown Minnesota has had, they had one in 2005, and Mertesdorf and her peers are looking at the past shutdown on how to handle the current shutdown. Attorney General Lori Swanson, filed a petition on Monday to see if they could get the administration to continue paying the schools money. In 2005, the Attorney General at the time, tried this, and they allowed it.”

Dad’s Eye View

State Shutdown Impact on Northfield Public Schools

Some Minnesota school districts scrambling to fill teaching positions

Minnesota Public Radio: K12 Shutdown Impact

High School Students Learn About College at Pre-College Summer Camp

High School Students Learn About College at Pre-College Summer Camp

High school students can get a taste of college life in certain states over the summer with pre college summer camps and summer camps. The students get to live on campus for a few weeks to a month, depending on the university or college where the summer camp is taking place. Each state or university has a high school student cutoff, meaning they can only accept so many students with the pre college summer program. In Colorado the limit is 100 students, and they have summer camp on a big college campus. There are a number of colleges and universities that participate in Pre-College summer courses, including Brown University, Columbia University and John Hopkins. Students get to experience college life in a whole, with a college student as their “buddy”. It’s a beneficial program if you would like to know how college feels or can’t decide if you’d like to go to college.

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Did High School Hypnosis Lead to Suicide?

“A popular North Port, Florida principal, George Kenney, is under investigation following the suicide of two students that he hypnotized. Kenney, who is a trained hypnotist, hypnotized one of the students to help him focus on a test. The next day he committed suicide. Kenney hypnotized the other student five months before her suicide. However, there is no indication that either of the suicides are related to Kenney’s hypnosis.

Did High School Hypnosis Lead to Suicide

Kenney is well known at his school for using hypnosis to help students prepare for tests and to improve athletic performance. He is member of the National Guild of Hypnotists and the National Board of Hypnosis Education and Certification. Kenney is also the author of four books about using hypnosis to defeat test anxiety and to master sports skills.

Kenney is currently working the Sarasota County School District offices, not at his high school. School Board officials are waiting to see if the North Port police decide to prosecute Kenney before deciding what disciplinary action to take. However, according to a report in Sarasota’s Herald Tribune, prosecution under the state law regulating hypnosis is unlikely.”

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Sarasota Herald Tribune Article on Kenney

High School Summer Programs

“There are many summer school programs available to students who want to further their education during their vacation months. Outside of the mandatory programs for students who fail to complete their academic work, summer school programs offer a wide variety of learning and experience to those students who have the desire to expand their horizons. Many programs are widely available while others must be competed for. Choosing the right program depends on a students interests and skills and summer programs are an opportunity to cultivate and hone a wide variety of talents or interests.

High School Summer Programs
Many colleges offer programs during the summer months in activities such as soccer, basketball, and football in the form of sports camps. Usually coordinated with local schools and lasting two to four weeks students spend all day on a college campus, playing on the fields and courts and may also have the opportunity to be play and interact with college players. There are also academic programs in the arts and sciences, which allow high school students to attend actual college classes and earn credits toward their college careers. Some of these programs may require a letter of recommendation from a teacher or proof of grades so students should inquire at the college to find out exactly what is needed for admission into the program.

For students with Ivy league aspirations, summer schools such as Harvard’s Secondary School Program and Penn Summer Program may be the perfect fit. While getting into an Ivy League summer program will not guarantee admission to the college it is an excellent addition to your college applications and you may be eligible to take a semester of classes that will transfer to the given institution if you do get accepted in the future. These programs tend to be expensive but competitive scholarships are available.

Another option are high school volunteer programs. Some schools give students the opportunity to go outside of their comfort zone and volunteer in retirement communities, soup kitchens, or libraries for extra credit. These activities give students real life experience and also look great on college applications.

Regardless of what program students decide to attend it is best to carefully evaluate what it is hoped to gain from the program, how much time can be dedicated to it, and how much the cost will be. Once the parameters have been set, decide carefully and apply early.”

Penn Summer High School Programs

Secondary School Program

Transitioning to High School

“Transitioning into high school can create a lot of stress for students. There are so many physical and emotional changes children are experiencing during this time in their lives that making the move to a new school may seem overwhelming at times.

Transitioning to High School

As parents, the most important thing that we can do is to be available for our children without being obtrusive, judgmental, or overbearing. Their need for privacy may seem at times secretive, but oftentimes it is just their way of dealing with and processing all the new things that have been thrown their way.

Most children enter high school around the age of 14. There is a tremendous difference in the physical characteristics and emotional development in a child of that age compared to their high school peers who may be 18. Recognizing those difference can help better prepare children for all the things that they may be subjected to in high school.

Children entering high school will not only be introduced to new and unfamiliar academic material, but to a lot of things such as drugs, alcohol, and sex. Although a lot of children have been told of such things, they will become much more prevalent in a setting, such as high school, where children may be either talking about or actually participating in these behaviors. Preparing your child beforehand about what they will experience is important. Peer pressure is an extremely powerful thing, so having a good, solid foundation concerning these issues is vital.

A change in peer groups can also have an impact on children during these years. It is important for parents to become familiar with who their child is hanging around with, both in and out of school. Allowing your child to invite new friends over for a fun outing or activity is the perfect opportunity for parents to meet and observe their child’s new peers without necessarily being right in the center of what they are doing.

It is not necessary to suddenly change from being your child’s parent to their friend in order to find out what is going on in their world. It is imperative to let your child know that you are always available to listen to their questions, concerns, or complaints. Children still need their parents during this age, but very few will ever admit to that fact. Being available without being intrusive will ensure that parents know what is going on without being overbearing.

Eventually our children will reach adulthood, and having a solid foundation will empower them with the confidence, self assurance, and knowledge on which they can build upon. Instilling in our children the knowledge about everything they may experience during this time and how to deal with it will give a child more confidence needed to deal with events as they arise. Letting children know that you are always available reassures them that no matter what happens, parents do understand and they do care, and no matter what problem life throws their way, parents will always be their to help them to find the best solutions and answers.”

Moving From Middle To High School

25 Shocking Facts About American High Schools

Transition To High School

High School Hall of Fame

“Twelve inductees were enshrined into the National High School Hall of Fame on July 2, the Sentinel in Carlisle, Pennsylvania reported Saturday. Along with Billy Owens, a basketball standout at Carlisle High School, inductees included players, coaches and officials from across the country noted for their contribution to high school athletics. This year’s ceremonies were held by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) at the the Marriott Downtown in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

High School Hall of Fame

Owens played basketball for Carlisle High School in the late 1980s and helped lead the team to four straight state championships. He averaged 34 point a game his senior year and was one of the most sought after recruits in the country. He played forward and guard for Syracuse University and was drafted by the Sacramento Kings in 1991. He spent 10 season in the NBA, with six different teams, averaging 15 points a season his first three years with the Golden State Warriors.

Other inductees include Dan Washburn, a coach, teacher and administrator in Alabama. He coached the Prattville High football team to four state championship appearances, compiling a record of 114-50-12 with the school. Washburn also spent 16 years as the executive director of Alabama High School Athletic Association, before retiring in 2007.

Emry Dilday, a Missouri high school football official for more than 43 years, was also honored. He officiated more than 50 Missouri state tournaments, including nine state championships, and was considered the top referee in the state.

Others entering the 2011 class include Rick Tucci, a Florida wrestling official; Leta Andrews, a high school girls basketball coach in Texas; and Larry Shaw, a West Virginia high school wrestling coach for 31 years.

The Nation High School Hall of Fame was started in 1982 by the NFHS, and this year’s ceremonies closed out the 92nd annual NFHS Summer Meeting. Including this year’s class, the number of Hall of Fame members is 386.”

Billy Owens Wikipedia Entry

Former Valley, Lanett coach Washburn inducted to NFHS Hall of Fame

National High School Hall of Fame Official Site

Prep Sports: Owosso’s late Brad Van Pelt inducted into 2011 National High School Hall of Fame High School Hall of Fame

Online High School

“One word describes today’s youth; ambitious. Do you have a child that excels at sports, acting, or fine arts? Are they on the jump start path towards a lucrative career? If you are anything like me, then you understand what I am saying. Yes school is important, and no rational parent would ever encourage their child to pick sports over education. When it is time to check out your child at school on a Thursday and only to have them return on Tuesday because of an event they need to attend, the administration is aware. Too many days away from the classroom is affecting their bottom line, as well as the students prosperity.

Online High School

Finally, a modern day solution. Tennessee has launched a program to insure students are making the grade with online high school courses. This is a pilot program geared to students that would miss several days of school per year. This is not a parent home-schooling their child, but teachers and students connected via the internet. They have set requirements; 2.5 GPA, and students must sign an ethics agreement. This certainly isn’t for student, but this can make all the goals for education and passions a reality. |”

High School Project Graduation

Graduation night activities in some north New Jersey school districts have been made safer because of the dedication and efforts of parents, students, and staff. Project Graduation is a program that began in 1980 and it’s purpose is to provide a safe environment for graduates to celebrate in an atmosphere that is alcohol free and supervised by adults. It is a safe alternative for students to have a memorable evening and it is totally funded by the dedication and hard work of the students and parents, rather than the school district.

Fund raising projects, along with ticket sales, make Project Graduation a success. Money raised from fund raisers such as car washes and pancake breakfasts, make it possible for students who would not otherwise be able to attend such events. Schools have raised impressive amounts of money to put together these terrific events. Amounts totaling $20,000 to $65,000 were raised exclusively by parents and students from Hawthorne and Ramapo high schools respectively.

High School Project Graduation

While the number of students attending these graduation festivities increases, the amount parents are required to pay for their children to attend decreases, and this is all a result of hard work and dedication put forth to raise money for a safe and fun night to remember.

Although drinking and driving fatalities continue to decrease according to statistics, these accidents are 100% preventable. Education and safe alternatives for young people is the key to keeping them safe. In 2008 New Jersey reported 590 traffic related fatalities, of which 190 of those were alcohol related. Though this is a great decrease from just 20 years ago with a reported 1,051 traffic related fatalities, of which 457 of those were the direct result of drinking and driving, it is still not acceptable until the number of drinking related accidents is zero.

Safe alternatives like Project Graduation allow children a place and venue to celebrate their hard work and successful graduations. Past parties have included dinner cruises, mechanical bulls, and even an airbrush tattoo artist to make these events a huge hit.

137 of the 171 students at Hawthorne High School were in attendance for this years graduation night party. Because of hard work, dedication, and determination, these students were able to have a wonderful evening that is sure to be remembered for the price of $25 per student. The $20,000 raised by the students and parents was used for this night of a lifetime, thereby keeping costs reasonable and allowing children who otherwise may not have been able to afford it the opportunity to celebrate this momentous evening with their friends.

Showing students that an alcohol free celebration is not only possible, but can be fun and entertaining also, is a great way to begin their journey into adulthood. These student’s last thoughts of high school will be happy with fond memories and thankfully not a statistic overshadowed by memories of tragic events. These students are an inspiration and great role models for younger students who will follow behind in their footsteps.

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High School Accreditation – What’s It Worth to Students?

While you don’t hear much about it, high school accreditation is actually worth a great deal. These days, nobody knows that more than the students of Wake County, North Carolina who are in jeopardy of losing their national accreditation.

Simply put, accreditation is a means of quality assurance that speaks to the worth of one’s high school diploma.  Should Wake County sever ties with the agency that provides their accreditation, students may face the loss of scholarship opportunities and be turned away from the college of their choice.

The Wake County school board owes it to the community to resolve their issues before the students have to pay.

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Portland Sets Precedent with Free Bus Passes for High School Students

Being a high school student in Portland, Oregon sure does have its advantages. Regardless of whether or not he or she can afford it, each student will receive a free pass to ride city buses.

Each of these bus passes retails for approximately $26 a month and will assist students in commuting to and from school, work, and recreational activities. The program receives some funding from money that would traditionally be spent on yellow school buses.

All in all, this sure beats having to wait from a ride from mom or dad…

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It’s FAFSA Time Again For High School Students Going To College

For graduating high school students getting ready for college it is time to fill out the dreaded FAFSA form so you can get your financial aid in order.

It may seem like a drag now – and it is – but a couple of years from now, when you know how to really milk the system and pimp your new apartment with a flat screen you bought with your financial aid money – you’ll be sure to get your form in early.   Start now…  Oh yeah – Yahoo’s got some real inside tips on how to work it for all its worth.  Check the link below.

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High School Basketball Player Wins YouTube Lottery

Don’t quit school kid, cause you’re not getting drafted up to the pros anytime soon…

You may have millions of hits on YouTube and are getting repped in major newspapers – but you’re not going to be making a career in basketball anytime soon….

Check the video on YouTube here.

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Arizona’s Central High Adopts New International Standards For High Schools

With the terrible tragedy of the recent shootings in Arizona, it is good to know that there is still some good news coming out of the beleaguered state.

You hear so much about how the U.S. is laggin in educational standards and performance these days, so it is good to know that change is happening here – even if it happening slowly…

Central High School is the first public school in the state to adopt the University of Cambridge International Examinations, a rigorous system that will upgrade the curriculum at the Phoenix school to international standards.

Board-examination systems are one way schools in Arizona are becoming more academically competitive.

Unlike regular benchmarking tests such as AIMS and SATs:

- Board exams are complete instructional systems, already aligned with the new Common Core Standards adopted by Arizona last year.

- The end-of-course exams are internationally recognized, so students and schools can compare scores not just within a district or the state, but globally.

- Board-exam systems are broader than Advanced Placement classes or the International Baccalaureate Diploma program because they encompass all high-school grades as well as all subjects, including physical education and career-technical education.

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Teen pregnancy epidemic hits Memphis high school

First of all, they’re not experiencing the joys of parenthood yet – if they’re still pregnant.

Even still – wow!  90 kids pregnant at your school – can you imagine that?

What everyone hasn’t figured out yet – is that this really is an epidemic – caused by MTV’s hit show ‘Teen Mom‘.  I mean really – what did you expect when you take a young, impressionable, unmarried pregnant girl – and offer her fame and fortune?  That girl that just got arrested for spouse abuse earns like $280k a year?!?!?  This is an epidemic for real – and we’re just seeing the beginning.

Ninety students who attend Frayser High School in Memphis are currently pregnant or have already had a baby this year. The stunning number means nearly 11 percent of the school’s approximately 800 students are already experiencing the trials of parenthood.

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Jared Lee Loughner’s high school girlfriend tells all

Kelsey Hawkes, high school sweetheart of Arizona shooting suspect Jared Lee Loughner in high school, says “He was completely different back then than he is now.”

Poor girl.  The media has bum-rushed her as if she’s going to have any critical insight into the mind of a sociopath – when she hasn’t seen him since her freshman year in high school.

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Wake will continue accreditation process

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Video: High School Players Miss Dunk, Break Backboard — Back

I’ll admit it, we’ve had a YouTube run on trick plays and buzzer beaters recently. You could pretty much guarantee that if it was a story about high school sports, it either involved trickery, or last-second heroics (or both).
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American Heart Association Wants All High School Kids To Learn CPR

So if Biology, Chemisty, AP Math, and gym wasn’t enough – now we’re supposed to expect all high school kids to become little life savers too?

The American Heart Association wants to require all high school students to be trained in performing CPR.

Seriously?

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High School Sports: An Introduction

High school athletics have been responsible for launching the early careers of most major NFL and NBA athletes. But they also help you build a more well-rounded high school career (read: one that could be more attractive for college admissions personnel), as well as build social and competitive skills, discipline and organizational skills. In some cases they are also the springboard to a competitive and valuable college scholarship.

According to the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), 3.1 million girls and 4.4 million boys actively participate in high school sports across the nation and data indicates those numbers continue to climb. This is good news for a nation in which statistics for childhood obesity continue to be alarming.

Most Popular High School Sports

The most popular high school sports regularly include: football, basketball, track and field, baseball, and soccer for boys; and basketball, track and field, volleyball, and soccer for girls. It’s likely the local news outlets—TV, newspaper and online sources—cover the most competitive area match-ups. But we’re also to a point in our technological history in which you can watch your favorite high school sports teams on YouTube, or “friend” and follow teams and players on Facebook and elsewhere.

Emerging High School Sports

“Emerging” sports are those that have not enjoyed widespread popularity. Sports like lacrosse and cheerleading, or “competitive spirit squads,” may be regional favorites, or interest may be trickling down from colleges or private high schools, where lacrosse, equestrian, tennis and field hockey have long histories.

Other emerging sports to keep your sights on include: rowing, rugby, and even competitive dance.

Participating in High School Athletics

If you’re interested in a high school sport chances are good that you’ll have to try out. The most popular sports have varsity and junior varsity teams and many students show up for try-outs. But space is limited. Besides varsity and junior varsity, though, you may also have the option to participate in intramural or club sports. You get the rush without the pressure. And then again, less popular and emerging sports teams may welcome all who’d like to participate.

Getting a College Athletic Scholarship

Can you use your high school sports career to land a college scholarship? The college athletic scholarship arena is quite competitive, but with adequate advance planning and the right motivation and skills, scholarships for college sports are possible.

NCAA division I and II colleges and universities hand out many thousands of full and partial sports scholarships every year to high school athletes. In the most popular sports, these are ultra competitive. However, less competitive are athletic scholarships in less popular sports, such as swimming and diving and volleyball, among many others.

Keep in mind that if you’re a high school athlete and really want to use scholarship money to help pay for college that many community colleges and junior colleges also offer some athletic scholarships. Guess what? Many of these types of colleges “field” exceptionally competitive teams, so don’t rule them out.

High School Academics and College Prep

If you are preparing for college or any type of post-high school education, the courses you take in high school are fundamental. What basic information do you need right now to find out if your high school has what it takes to prepare you for college and your career beyond?

  • Evaluating your high school’s academic record
  • Setting your own academic goals
  • Maximizing your high school coursework

Evaluate Your School’s Academic Record

Never before in history has the country’s educational system been so scrutinized. Local news sources may regularly report on your high school’s academic record and major media outlets like U.S. News and World Report publish popular annual high school rankings lists.

Data on your high school’s academic record is available to almost anyone with a computer and an internet connection, including college admissions personnel.

Here’s a suggestion: Find out how your high school ranks regionally and nationally for academics, and leverage that information to prepare for college accordingly.

Set Your Academic Goals Early in High School

Good, bad or ugly, your high school’s academic record—whether it’s a public or private high school—plays only a small role in your college plans. Your high school’s academics are what you make of them, so the earlier you begin thinking about college, the better. If you wait until your junior or senior year in high school, even the best academic record may not save you.

As soon as you can in your high school career, create a strategy for the coursework you’d like to pursue. A well-worn business adage goes like this: Plan your work and work your plan. Create an academic plan and follow it. If college is the goal, keep it uppermost in your mind.

Tips and Tricks for Maximizing Your High School Coursework

You have a high school academic strategy laid out, you’re following it, and you have college uppermost in your mind….But how might you punch up this strategy even more?

  • Find out what you can about the colleges you’re interested in attending and plan your high school academic strategy accordingly.
  • Build on your high school academics by pursuing learning opportunities outside the classroom: volunteer in organizations that may help you gain some experience in your intended career, gain access to industry resources (books, reports, research data, etc.) that can enhance your classroom learning, and more.
  • Get involved in high school athletics, hobbies or other non-academic interests that prove to college admissions professionals that you are a well-rounded, active and motivated student.
  • Seek additional help and support for subjects that keep your grade averages low:  tutors, help sessions, extra credit coursework, and even online and offline resources outside the classroom are all excellent options and show you have what it takes to overcome challenges.

Remember, use your high school’s academics as a starting point for your college prep education.

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High School Subjects – What Subjects Will You Have To Take?

Secondary school subject choices have changed in the last century. Great grandparents of the current high school generation often were fortunate to be able to go beyond elementary school. Students had eight grades of school and often had subjects that today’s scholars won’t study until upper grades of high school. Students of the early 20th century were required to pass examinations to prove their proficiency in grammar, spelling, arithmetic and classical languages. A variety of high school subjects allows students to make better informed choices about possible careers.

Today, though, the range of subjects is much wider than historical students. There are schools that focus on certain types of subjects. For example, a student may complete college preparatory classes. Students can focus on various trade tracks. These might include dental assistant, beautician, mechanics or computer technology. Other schools can provide more education focused on the arts. Students might be able to study dance, music or theater.

General studies at almost every high school are set by state and sometimes federal standards. Students must complete a certain number of instruction hours or days of class before a graduation diploma or certificate is issued. These usually include classes in English, science, math, history, health, physical education and sometimes arts. Some states require study of a second language.

Today, many schools require students to learn keyboarding. The proficiency in using and understanding computer keyboards and software is critical for maintaining communication with others around the globe. Although most children have some exposure to computer games and the Internet, not all are able to make efficient use of the tools.

It’s important for adolescents to get a broad choice of subjects in secondary school, rather than focusing on just one range of subjects. A student who likes mathematics and related subjects such as geometry, trigonometry and calculus should also get a grounding in literature and grammar. While the student may not think subjects outside a field of immediate interest, high school should be the place where a wide range of basics can be experienced. Most people change careers more than once over the course of a lifetime, so using the secondary school years to learn as much as possible about many subjects is more important than detailed study of a single subject.

In addition to more traditional subjects, many schools now require some life experiences training. The belief is that students should understand how to balance a checkbook, open a bank account and create a budget. The life experiences classes can be very flexible in nature and may be included within the framework of other classes. With traditional gender roles and classes less obvious in today’s classroom, students may learn how to change oil in an automobile and how to do some simple cooking tasks.

Understanding how to put a sentence together and communicate thoughts to others is another part of classes. Some schools offer classes such as speech, but communications practice is more likely to be part of an English Composition curriculum. Plays and theater productions, including musicals are part of the optional subjects in some school.

Understanding the world in which they live is one of the high school subjects that is often part of the history classes. It might be as much current affairs as historical affairs. A good grasp of the panorama of history is important for learning how today’s culture is affected by what has occurred in the past.

Additional information at: http://www.pennfoster.edu/diploma/index.html?semkey=Q101057

High School Reunions – What To Expect

High school reunions are often the subject of comedy, but they are not always scary experiences. Much of the difference between an embarrassing experience and one that makes you look forward to the next reunion is the planning that goes into the event. Of course, most people tend to remember the good times more than the negative ones as they get further in time from the high school years. Some other individuals require many years before they can bring themselves to attend. Keep in mind that high school is not a positive experience for many.

Often, after ten years or so, you start to wonder whether your classmates turned out differently than you expected. Curiosity brings many people to their class reunions. One of the first things that you can expect is that the school gymnasium and auditorium is much smaller than you remember. Of course, the classrooms are also smaller and the teachers usually seem shorter.

Although a ten year reunion is not as noticeable, you will probably see that your classmates have begun to look older too. Many of them look more and more like their parents. If you are attending a fifteen or twenty year reunion, chances are good that you will mistake classmates for their parents. Some of the people you remembered as cheerleaders and football stars are now grandparents.

You can expect to see lots of pictures from classmates. These might be pictures of happenings that involved you, or that you wish you had been involved in. If you were not interested in the activities that happened at the time, you may enjoy sharing pictures at the reunion. Depending upon the graduating year, the pictures might be photographs in albums, video tapes (remember those) or DVD images shared via websites, blogs and social media.

Food and drinks are expected at your class reunion. You might have a gourmet cook or two amongst your classmates who would love to show off their skills. Usually these events are catered so that everyone can participate in the socialization part. Drinks are another aspect of a reunion. Depending upon the distance in years from graduation, being able to enjoy alcoholic beverages with friends may be more important once it’s legal.

There will always be at least one person who will have too much to drink and become obnoxious. The social connections are sometimes a problem amongst attendees. If there are classmates who have married and are now divorced, it can lead to some uncomfortable moments. Of course, the parties to a divorce often look at reunions as an opportunity to show that they are doing fine without the ex-spouse.

Usually there will be a number of remembering type games and there may even be some awards, real and fake, given out. Who has the youngest child? Who has the most children? Who has been married the most times? Who has traveled the most distance from the home town? These can be fun as long as they don’t get too personal.

You can expect most high school reunions will break up much later than was planned with many promises to do it all over again the following year. This rarely happens – because most high school reunions are held every 10 years, so you’ve got a while before you have to go through it all again.

Additional resource links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_School_Reunion_%28TV_series%29

High School Clubs – About The Various Clubs You Can Join In High School

Dozens of high school clubs are available in the largest schools, while smaller schools may have only a few. Clubs that are sanctioned by the school administration often fall into one or more of four categories. These categories are community service, fund raising, career awareness and interpersonal dynamics. Most clubs will have some sort of fund raising activities, regardless of the stated purpose of the club.

Career oriented clubs are mostly self-explanatory. Students might be interested in engineering, science, agriculture or teaching. You can find organizations for each of these career fields and others in most high schools. For students who have interests in particular fields, career related clubs allows for networking with other people with the same interests. The structure of the career club may allow for speakers at club meetings. or working in intern programs under adult members of the particular career.

Community service clubs at the high school level are also usually linked to adult clubs that perform the same function. Some examples of service clubs are Red Cross, Kiwanis Key Club and the Lions Club. Students join these clubs in many cases to fulfill a school requirement for a certain number of hours of community service prior to graduation. These community service organizations might be nationally known or might be specific to a local need.

Fund raising clubs are also a popular choice, especially if the young people can get linked to world wide organizations. These funds are often raised for a particular cause or problem. Examples of this is causes related to the environment or funding cancer research. The students may obtain pledges from others to raise awareness of an event.

Interpersonal dynamics organizations, also known as social clubs, usually have no particular driving purpose, other than for students of common social interests to meet and gather. The last group is a group that can be vary different from school to school. It might revolve around cultural groups, religious bonds, hobbies or talents. An informal or formal group of musicians might become a band. Students might form a dance group for learning and presenting folk dances.

High school organizations fulfill a need for people to be part of a group. Structure and knowledge of the clubs by the teachers and administrators of the school lends an air of knowledge and cooperation. Although there is an investment of time by educators, they tend to recognize the value of the organizations. Often, class time is allowed in order to encourage students to work on club projects.

Humans are social creatures, and teen students seem to have a greater need to be associated with peers. At the same time, A productive club or project helps to encourage a team effort as opposed to single activities. Some types of club activities that would seem like just plain hard work will be fun when a group of people are involved and working together.

If you have kids of high school age, encouragement is the way to get them involved in extracurricular activities. High school clubs should be something selected by the student, not mandated. A variety of choices ensure that students will be able to find a club in which to participate.

Find out more: http://www.dosomething.org/clubs/resources/what-you-get?gclid=CKOxxviotqUCFYdc2godCRNCXw

Understanding High School Report Cards

Many things are different in schools today but one dynamic that has not altered is the assigning of high school report cards to students. Grades can be used for a variety of means, they help to show parents how well their sons and daughters have performed and can be used to ensure students are allocated to the right programs. Also it is a great way to illicit better results from individual students that are found to be underachieving. High school report cards also play an important role when it comes to gaining admission in a college.

The largest majority of schools still use the traditional system of grading. This involves awarding alphanumeric grades, typically from A – F, or expressed as a percentage. Most teachers have complete autonomy when it comes to judging student performance and issuing grades. Only a few high schools have strict guidelines relating to filling out information on report cards.

Though parents are often under the impression that the grades that are given to their teenage sons and daughters focus primarily on achievement, the fact is that many teachers also consider a variety of other factors. These considerations can include student effort, participation, progress, attitude, and behaviour.

A report card has a greater importance than just highlighting academic prowess, it is seen as a way of ensuring correct feedback is given to students and their families. At the end of the day each parent will have a different understanding as to which grading elements are important.

Given the fact that most teachers have free reign when developing their own grading polices and the fact that there can be considerable differences in the curriculum given in different districts and states, it can be difficult to compare the information on report cards. Research for the US Department of Education found that in a study that compared the grades of students in high poverty schools and affluent schools there were major differences in the standards required to achieve the highest grading.

To be given a better indication of the actual level of academic achievement it can be better to focus on the results from end of course examinations. These usually follow a set format within a particular state and are marked by examiners who are not known to the individual students. Many states now include end of course exams as an intrinsic component of their assessment system.

A lot of schools are now choosing to experiment with report cards that illustrate student progress towards acquiring specific standards. This involves identifying the level of knowledge that a student is expected to master at a particular level and then presenting a curriculum and testing that matches.

High school report cards that feature teacher comments and phrases relating to a level a student has reached can be more desirable that simply using the old fashioned A-F marking system. The issue with this new type of marking is that it can be difficult for a college to evaluate whether or not a particular student meets their eligibility requirements in full.

Additional information at:  https://p1pe.doe.virginia.gov/reportcard/

High School Band

A high school band is a talented group of musical students who are aged between fourteen and eighteen years old. They are required to rehearse as a unit and give performances to the school, public, and in various competitions. Most bands that are put together in high school would consist of players of wind instruments and percussion instruments.


The concept of high school bands is more common in the US as opposed to other countries. It is a tradition that dates back more than a hundred years and one that is still immensely popular today. As there is usually special funding provided to school bands it is an activity that attracts musically gifted students who enjoy using their talents. In the UK school bands can also be found, though here the focus is primarily on pure brass brands.

High school bands are most often very competitive. As children grow older it is likely that they develop an interest in music. Within the high school age range there is a greeter expectation to become an accomplished musician. It is suggested that bands at this level pose a greater challenge to students and also encourage them to develop their skill and aptitude when compared to middle school level.

The music that is performed can feature highly complex passages, as well as involved phrasing, and intricate rhythms. The selections that are chosen to perform can be varied, in part it would depend upon the guidance and expectations of the teachers that are unemployed in the schools music department.

Most bands are expected to successfully play and perform a wide range of musical styles, this can include relaxed melodies and serious program music. For a large number of students a school band is the best expression and outlet for their musical education. It offers a way to develop friendships with like minded students and also can provide a means to travel and tour both within the state and nationally.

It is expected that a school band is accomplished at playing a traditional repertoire of standards. For example this can include Holst’s Second Suite in F and First Suite in E Flat. Graingers Lincolnshire Posy and Children’s March are also well used favorites. The high school band can be called on to perform at a variety of functions both within the school premises and the wider community.

The number of performers in a band will vary depending upon the availability of musical students as well as the academic schedule. It may be the case that certain students are called upon to play a number of different instruments as opposed to single piece.

Many schools in the US also have a marching band. These may contain as few as eleven students or as many as a hundred or more. They have become a common feature at school sporting events such as football games and provide entertainment for a set amount of time. Marching bands are generally a more common sight during the late summer months and early fall, at other times of year the weather can be prohibitive to outdoor performance.

Find out more: http://www.mcqueenband.org/

High School Sports – What Types Are There?

High school sports are a great way for students to develop social skills and also ensure that they remain fit and healthy through their academic life. There are in fact a number of sporting activities and teams that students between the ages of fourteen and eighteen can partake of. Basketball, baseball, and football are perhaps the most well known though today there is also other activities such as soccer, cross country, track & field, and others that are becoming common.

It is important that all teenagers are encouraged to stay active and physically fit. In adulthood we often have very little time to dedicate to sports, therefore it is essential that young people can make the most of the opportunities available in high school. When taking part in a high school sport, students can learn about how team work is often the key to success and that when individuals pull together as a unit great possibilities can arise.

Apart from the health and social aspects of taking up a sport, being talented in a particular activity can also open the door to college scholarships.  This is can be an important consideration for students who may not be the best at academics and are looking for an edge to get into a college or university.

Many top athletes in a high school may be offered the option of one hundred per cent scholarship at a top college. In fact many well known universities and colleges, as well as professional teams, attend high school games in search of prospective talent.

It is true that the habits that are developed in school can often last a lifetime. Sports coaches that work in schools are trained in a lot more than simply getting students to achieve the best results. They can also ensure your kids develop health eating habits and build a character that is often missing from today’s society.

If a student develops a passion for a particular sport it can also help them to stay out of trouble. Teenagers who are active in their school teams are less likely to get in to trouble with their teachers or end up on the wrong side of the tracks. In today’s society there are a large number of unhealthy temptations that are common place in society such as drugs and alcohol, by being active in a sports team it can make sure that the student develops an understanding of how to behave and what is detrimental to their wellbeing.

Another important consideration is that many teenagers suffer from low self esteem. This can result in seriously problems when it comes to finding a role in later life. If they were to thrive in a sports team they can enhance their self esteem and confidence dramatically. It can be a great way for them to feel good about themselves and more so if they struggle with academic subjects.

High school is not always an easy time in a teenager’s life. By becoming a member of a sports team they will be more willing to attend school and have a positive reason for getting up in the morning.

For more information, click here: http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/headsup/high_school.html

High School Extracurricular Activities – Sports, Clubs, Band, Theater

There are a number of high school extracurricular activities a student can take part in. It is important to realise that school is not just about acquiring academic knowledge. It is a time in a teenager’s life where they can develop life long relationships and learn important social skills that would place them in a desirable position for after graduation.
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Extracurricular activities are also a great method for finding a way into a desirable college. Most further education establishments today place a great importance on the activities a student has partaken of during their schooling, it may even open a door to receiving a special scholarship that would not be available to other students.

It is important that teenagers are allowed to develop an interest in the type of pursuits and activities that they enjoy. Their natural talent and inclinations should be encouraged, by doing so they can develop a sense of self worth and independence that may otherwise be lacking.

The most well known extracurricular activity is sports. Every high school has a number of sports teams that can ensure students stay in the best physical condition and develop an understanding of the importance of teamwork to achieve goals. No matter where the school is located there should be the option of joining a baseball, basketball, football, and soccer team, this goes for both male and female students. Memories of taking part in high school sporting competitions can last a lifetime.

Most high schools also have various clubs that you can choose from. These can be a great way for a student to increase their interest in a particular hobby or activity, as well as give back to the community. For example there is likely to be clubs dedicated to crafts, drama, literature, community help, foreign language, science, IT, as well as more civic minded groups dedicated to community service. Joining a club is a perfect way for teenagers to meet like minded individuals and build lasting friendships and relationships as well as enjoy a feeling of camaraderie.  Joining a club is also a great way to perform community service and give back to your community.

A lot of schools would also offer students the chance of joining a musical society. The type of group or society would depend in part on the decisions of the schools musical department as well as the ability of students that have enrolled at the establishment. High school bands are as common today as they have ever been, though there can also be the option of joining a jazz band, choir, marching band, or orchestra. Most schools musical societies ask their members to give performances on days when special events are being held.

It may be the case that the high school also offers theater as an extracurricular activity. Many students, no matter what the gender, have an interest in cinema and stage performance. Some of the country’s best known entertainment stars began their careers in their high school theater group.

By taking part in live stage performances students can enhance their confidence and develop skills that would be important in their life at a later date. Theater is also a great way for a student to improve their academic ability in subjects such as English language and English literature.

Learn more, click here: http://schools.nyc.gov/SchoolPortals/25/Q425/AboutUs/Overview/Extracurricular+Activities.htm

High School Basketball

High school basketball leagues and associations have slightly different rules then those used in collegiate and professional games. As the players are between the ages of fourteen and eighteen, the regulations are tailored to this consideration. School sport promotes a competitive spirit alongside development and sportsmanship.

You may know that in the professional leagues the three point line is twenty three feet and nine inches in front of each basket. In the high school game the same line is positioned nineteen feet and nine inches from the basket. This allows still developing athletes to be able to achieve a desirable performance.

In a professional basketball game each quarter is twelve minutes in duration. This differs at the high school level in so much that the games are forty minutes in length with each quarter only lasting ten minutes. The reason is to ensure that the young players do not overexert themselves.

The rules and regulations are determined by the National Federation of State High School Associations. There is a thirty five second shot clock that is restarted each time the possession of the ball changes play. An offensive player can remain in the free throw area for a maximum of just three seconds before they must give the ball over.

Another important aspect of the high school game relates to carrying the ball. The rules that are in place dictate that a player can take only a single step after starting his dribble, this has resulted in offensive players shuffling their feet as they try to off balance the defenders. If such a move involves moving both the free foot and pivot foot the player will be penalized. A dribbler must also ensure his hand is on the top of the ball during dribbling as otherwise he will be called up for palming, the same penalty is given to those players that like to place their hand underneath the ball in an attempt to gain extra control.

High school basketball also enforces an alternate possession rule as opposed to requiring a jump ball whenever there is shared possession. The only time during a game when a jump ball is signaled is at the start of the game and at the beginning of the overtime. At any other time when there is joint possession the referee will alternate the ownership of the in bound ball between the two teams.

Most local states school sporting associations will also enforce specific regulations that players, coaches, and teams are supposed to abide by. For example they may stipulate when the season can begin and when it should end, this usually coincides with the start and finishing of the school year.

There is also usually a stipulation that students can only participate in a fixed number of quarters in a particular season. This is to ensure that the players are given an adequate amount of rest and recuperation time which if not in place would otherwise lead to physical and mental exhaustion and a deterioration in academic performance.

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High School Baseball

If you have enjoyed playing in Little League and then followed this up with a stint playing baseball in your middle school, the natural progression would be to join you high school baseball team. At this level the competition is a lot more intense. Baseball is amongst the most popular sporting activities that can be taken up at high school level and unlike football it is possible to be head hunted for a professional team prior to graduating.

It is important to note that the rules that govern the high school game are very similar to that in the professional competition, though there are a few important differences. In high school baseball each team has ten players, nine of which can be in the field at one time. A designated hitter is allowed to bat in place of a particular fielder and not just as a replacement for the pitcher. The mound would be exactly sixty feet and six inches away from the home plate.

In the high school game the bases are kept ninety feet apart and are fifteen inches square. There is no safety given at first base. A baseball that bounces over the perimeter line would be termed a ground rule double. Each runner is allowed two bases though it is up to the umpire to choose to allow an additional base if he is under the belief that an extra base would have been reached if the ball was still in play.

All players taking part in the school baseball are required to wear helmets when it is their turn to bat as well as when on the base-paths. It is up to the player to decide to use a face-mask or not. All catchers must use catcher’s masks, shin guards, and chest protectors. If a catcher opts for a traditional mask this must include a throat protector, but this is not required if wearing a goalie type mask.

To be eligible for a high school team you must first of all meet classroom eligibility requirements. This would involve achieving acceptable grades and the right amount of attendance. It is also a prerequisite to complete a physical examination and be given consent by a parent or guardian.

There are certain player rules that you would need to familiarize yourself with if you are to develop a great reputation for the game. Strict pitch counts are given for each pitcher which are monitored closely by the coaches. The rules that are enforced are primarily there to ensure safer base running and to minimize risk of injury to participants.

To be considered for you local school team you will need to ensure you are in the best physical condition. The exercise programs that are used in training exist to increase flexibility and strength.

Most states have strict rules that govern schedules and workouts to minimize the risk of injury and to encourage fair play. The state will also set a limit on the number of games a team can participate in.

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High School Football

High school football is one of the most enjoyed interschool sporting activities that is played in America. Also known by the name prep football, it is a sport that dates back to the development of the game back in the nineteenth century. Fast forward to today and we see that its popularity has never decreased. In fact it is a sport that has developed a huge following and a long list of traditions.

High School Football

The rules that govern high school football are established by the NFHS, otherwise known as the National Federation for State High School Associations. As the sport has the same ancestry as the college game the basic rules are the same though there are a few differences worth noting. The quarters are of twelve minutes in duration instead of fifteen. The kick-offs happen from the forty yard line whereas in the NFL and college game it takes place on the thirty inch line.

Other notable differences are that if the ball crosses the plane of a goal line during a missed field goal the referee then calls for a touchback from the twenty yard line, also each kick that crosses the goal line is instantly determined a touchback. Whether overtime is allowed depends upon the state association which is being used.

The training that is expected of players most often begins with conditioning exercises such as weightlifting and speed and agility workouts. When this begins would depend upon the state and the high school in question. It may start as early as a couple of weeks after the close of the previous season or as late as the month of August. Towards the end of the summer regular practice begins that involve daily sessions each afternoon apart from on the actual game days.

A typical high school football season would involve around ten games. The first match takes place at the start of September and the last regular season clash would occur in the middle of November. The best teams and largest schools can receive crowds of thousands of spectators and may even play at a college stadium to ensure maximum possible attendance.

Most high school football games take place on Friday evenings though they may also occur on a Thursday or Saturday. This would depend upon the available facilities such as whether or not the field has adequate illumination.

At the end of the regular season there is a short break before the playoffs begin. Regional champions would take part in elimination matches which determine the state champions. In large urban areas there are city leagues, whilst in smaller states the playoffs are seeded on a state-wide basis. Championship games take place on neutral ground, typically an NFL or college stadium large enough to hold a big crowd. These stadiums are also better suited to cope with bad weather which can occur in the month of December when the championships are decided.

The national champions are decided by mathematical formulas that take into consideration various factors such as the mean margin of victory and the strength of the seasons performances.

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