Black River Falls High School
|Black River Falls High School|
|301 North 4th Street
Black River Falls, Wisconsin, Jackson County, United States
|Grades||9 through 12|
|Color(s)||Black and orange
|Website||Black River Falls School District|
The principal is Thomas Chambers. Jason Janke is the vice principal.
Black River Falls High School offers courses in English, special education, math, science, social studies, family and consumer education, and more. The Black River Falls technology education department includes CAD, woodworking, metals, and auto mechanics.
Black River Falls is a Division 3 high school in the Coulee Conference. Sports offered include football, basketball, cheerleading, baseball, volleyball, tennis, cross country, track, wrestling, golf, softball, and hockey. In the 2007 spring season, the BRFHS golf team qualified for the state meet, finishing seventh out of eight in the competition.
- Mark Radcliffe, politician and lawyer
- Jack Taylor, holds the National Collegiate Athletic Association all-divisions basketball record for most points in a single game (138)
- 'Wisconsin Blue Book 2011-2012,' Biographical Sketch of Mark Radclifee, p. 81
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