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Please name your high school too. Just an information thread!!

School name: Atkinson County High School

Area Served: All of the county (only high school in the county)

State: Georgia

Population: 453

Grades: 8-12

Website: ATCO HIGH

Founded: 2003 (The New School; Old School 1954)

School Mascot: Rebel

School Colors: Red and Grey

Class/Region: 1A

SCHOOL SONG

Tall and Stately stand the pine trees

Sheltering ATCO High.

May they ever guard and keep her

As the years go by.

May she ever stand a beacon

May she never fail,

To guide her children down lifes highway

ATCO High all hail!

Faithful sons and loyal daughters

Love their school so dear.

May they honor and protect her

Through each passing year.

May she ever stand a beacon

May she never fail,

To guide her children down lifes highway

ATCO HIGH ALL HAIL!

THANKS

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Name: Chapel Hill High School

County: Douglas

State: Georgia

Nearest City: Douglasville, GA

Pop: 1,750 students (I believe)

Area Served: South Central Douglas County

Grades: 9-12

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I went to 4 High Schools.

Name: Stanton College Prep

City: Jacksonville

Student body: 1536

Name: Sandalwood High School

City: Jacksonville

Student body: 3303

Name: Hagerman High School

City: Hagerman, New Mexico

Student body: 120

Name: Robert E. Lee High School

City: Jacksonville

Student body: 1970

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There's a high school in Cobb County (just to the north of Douglas) named McEachern that has 3,500+ students, I believe.

Several schools in Cobb and Fulton are close to that population.

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Not in high school anymore, but when I was, I went to JCIB

School name: Jefferson County International Baccalaureate School

Enrollment: 200

City: Birmingham

State: Alabama

County: Jefferson County

Area served: Jefferson County

Misc.: Ranked #1 high school in America in 2005

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Braddock High school (the Bulldogs) is the largest in Dade county at 4,600+ students. Talk about getting lost in the crowd.

My high school in was in the 2,500 hundred range. We were nicknamed the SilverHawks. It was lame.

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Braddock High school (the Bulldogs) is the largest in Dade county at 4,600+ students. Talk about getting lost in the crowd. 

My high school in was in the 2,500 hundred range.  We were nicknamed the SilverHawks.  It was lame.

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Our mascot (at Chapel Hill High) is the Panther and our colors are Purple, white and gold. What's really lame about our school is the name of our gym, "The Purple Palace". Not necessarily the most intimidating name for a school with the 2nd best Boys Basketball team in the state last year.

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My school's overcrowded :D

School Name: Catholic High School (I'm dead serious, that's the name)

Enrollment: 260, projected to be 600 in 10 years

City: Huntsville

Area Served: Madison, Limestone, Marshall, Morgan Counties

Founded: 1996

Grades: 9-12

Misc: It's in an office building in Research Park. No Gym, just a large room w/ a stage.

Now, if I went to public schools...

School Name: Buckhorn High School

Population: 900

City: New Market, AL

Area Served: Northeast Madison County

Grades: 9-12

Misc: Currently in transition from a country school to a suburban school; has highest dropout rate in county (average for Alabama :lol: ) and lowest SAT/ACT scores as well.

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I'll bite...and I'll take it a step further...there is life after High School, after all...

School name: Ocala Forest High School

Area Served: South East Ocala (Marion County), Florida

City and State: Ocala, Florida

Enrollment: Over 1,900

Grades: 9-12

Website: Ocala Forest

School Mascot: Wildcats

School name: University of Florida

Area Served: All 50 States and over 130 Foreign Countries

City and State: Gainesville, Florida

Enrollment: Over 48,000

Degree Programs: 16 colleges, 100 undergraduate majors, and over 200 graduate programs

Website: University of Florida

School Mascot: Gators

School name: University of Central Florida

Area Served: All 50 States and over 100 Foreign Countries

City and State: Orlando, Florida

Enrollment: Over 43,000

Degree Programs: 10 colleges, 86 undergraduate majors, and over 100 graduate programs

Website: UCF

School Mascot: Golden Knights

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I'll bite...and I'll take it a step further...there is life after High School, after all...

School name:  Ocala Forest High School

Area Served:  South East Ocala (Marion County), Florida

City and State:  Ocala, Florida

Enrollment:  Over 1,900

Degree Programs:  9-12

Website:  Ocala Forest

School Mascot:  Wildcats

I have a "friend" (kind of) in Ocala. And they go to that High School. Kewl

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Name: Lexington Senior High School

Enrollment: approx. 950

City: Lexington,NC (Davidson County)

Grades: 9-12

Mascot: Yellow Jacket (Blue and Orange)

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Name: Centennial High School

City: Franklin (Williamson, County, south of Nashville)

Area served: just a sliver of Franklin

Enrollment: 1,600

Grades: 9-12

Founded: 1996

Mascot: Cougars (Blue, light blue, lighter blue, lightest blue, and white)

C-C-C-H-S!!

Give me a Cooooo, COOOOOO

Give me a Gar, GAAAARRRRR

Give me a Zzzzzzz, ZZZZZZZZZ

GOOOOOOOO COUGARS!

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Name: Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts

City: Hot Springs, Arkansas

Area served: Students from all over state, apply to get in (public residential school)

Enrollment: 225-275

Grades: 11-12

Founded: 1994

Mascot: Dolphins (gold and green and navy blue)

Website: http://asmsa.net

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When I was in High School I went to.....

Name: RJ Reynolds' High School

City: Winston-Salem,NC

Area served: A particular portion of W-S (zone)

Enrollment: 2,500+

Grades: 9-12

Founded: Early 1923

Type: Public

Mascot: The Demon

Has a website but don't know it.

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I go 2

Name: Tampa Catholic High School

Area: City-Suburb called Wellswood

City: Tampa

Enrollment: Approx 900-1,000

Type: Private

Grades: 9-12

Mascot: Crusader

Founded: Sometime in the 1960's

Website: www.tampacatholic.org

GO CRUSADER'S TCHS WE ARE THE BEST!

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Name: Collins Hill High School

Area - suburban Atlanta

City: Suwannee, GA

Enrollment: about 4500-5000 when i graduated

Type: public

Mascot: Eagles (same colors/logo as Philly NFL team)

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I go 2

Name: Tampa Catholic High School

Area: City-Suburb called Wellswood

City: Tampa

Enrollment: Approx 900-1,000

Type: Private

Grades: 9-12

Mascot: Crusader

Founded: Sometime in the 1960's

Website: www.tampacatholic.org

GO CRUSADER'S TCHS WE ARE THE BEST!

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A neighbor of mine here in South Carolina went to school there ... and then went on to play baseball at Mississippi State. Small world.

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My high school was Vetavia Hills High School outside Birmingham. We have about 1700 students. We consistently are one of top two public schools in the state in terms of SAT scores, percentage that goes to college, scholarship money awarded per capita, etc. A few years back Tom Brokaw came to the school to do a special for Dateline NBC naming us the #1 public high school in the country for mixing academics and athletics. In the 1990's we won 9 state titles in baseball and were 1998 football state champs and won many other titles to go along with that. Not to mention we are 6A, the high classification in high school sports in the state.

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Out of high school now, but here are the stats:

Name: Dr. Phillips High School

City: Orlando, FL

Area: Parts of southwest Orange County; county-wide magnet school for visual-performing arts and international studies

Grades: 9-12

Type: Public

Enrollment: About 4,500 at the time; 1,600 freshmen, 800 seniors; school designed for 2,300

Size: 55 acres

Opened: 1989

Mascot: Panther

Notable Alumni: Johnny Damon, A.J. Pierzynski, Wayne Brady, Joey Fatone (ugh), Damien Wilkins, Me

Location: Directly across the street from Universal's Islands of Adventure theme park

Web Site: http://www.dphs.ocps.net

Dr. Phillips High School on the left, Islands of Adventure on the right:

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Name: Centennial High School

City: Franklin (Williamson, County, south of Nashville)

Area served: just a sliver of Franklin

Enrollment: 1,600

Grades: 9-12

Founded: 1996

Mascot: Cougars (Blue, light blue, lighter blue, lightest blue, and white)

C-C-C-H-S!!

Give me a Cooooo, COOOOOO

Give me a Gar, GAAAARRRRR

Give me a Zzzzzzz, ZZZZZZZZZ

GOOOOOOOO COUGARS!

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booooooooo!!!! :P i always hated playing ya'll in soccer. there was one kid who was just incredible. like a mini pele.

name: john overton high school

city: nashville

enrollment: 1,600-1,800? when i was there

founded:1950s

mascot: bobcats

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Out of high school now, but here are the stats:

Name: Dr. Phillips High School

City: Orlando, FL

Area: Parts of southwest Orange County; county-wide magnet school for visual-performing arts and international studies

Grades: 9-12

Type: Public

Enrollment: About 4,500 at the time; 1,600 freshmen, 800 seniors; school designed for 2,300

Size: 55 acres

Opened: 1989

Mascot: Panther

Notable Alumni: Johnny Damon, A.J. Pierzynski, Wayne Brady, Joey Fatone (ugh), Damien Wilkins, Me

Location: Directly across the street from Universal's Islands of Adventure theme park

Web Site: http://www.dphs.ocps.net

Dr. Phillips High School on the left, Islands of Adventure on the right:

aerial4sk.jpg

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And as if I didn't think the world was getting smaller already....my wife is a graduate of Dr. Phillips (AKA "Universal High.") :-)

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Name: coral gables high

Area: coral gables,next to the university of miami

City: miami

Enrollment: 3900-4000

Type: public

Grades: 9-12

Mascot: Cavaliers

Founded: Sometime in the 1960's

Website: cghs.dadeschools.net

go cavs!!!!!

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