Berlin High School (New Hampshire)

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Berlin High School
Berlin high school.jpg
Address
550 Willard Street
Berlin, New Hampshire, Coos County, 03570, United States
Coordinates 44°28′56″N 71°11′21″W / 44.48222°N 71.18917°W / 44.48222; -71.18917
Information
Type Public
Principal Gary Bisson
Grades 9-12
Number of students 568
Campus Urban
Color(s) Red & Black

           

Mascot The Mountaineer
Website

Coordinates: 44°28′56″N 71°11′21″W / 44.48222°N 71.18917°W / 44.48222; -71.18917 Berlin High School is a public, co-educational high school located in Berlin, New Hampshire, that was established in 1884-1885. It also serves the towns of Dummer, Errol, and Milan.[1] During its lifetime, the school has been in four different buildings, two of them burning down. The fourth and newest building, on Willard Street, was built in 1972.

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  1. ^ NH Department of Education. "NH Department of Education - Data and Reports - High School Towns". Retrieved 2008-01-08. 

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