Caribou High School

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Caribou High School
308 Sweden Street
New England
Caribou, Maine, Aroostook, 04736
United States
Coordinates 46°51′49″N 68°02′00″W / 46.8637°N 68.0332°W / 46.8637; -68.0332Coordinates: 46°51′49″N 68°02′00″W / 46.8637°N 68.0332°W / 46.8637; -68.0332
Superintendent Susan White
Principal Mark Jones
Asst. Principal David Wakana
Grades 9–12
Number of students 587[1]
Hours in school day 6.5
Color(s) Maroon, Gold, and White
Mascot Vikings
Nickname CHS
Team name Vikings
Tuition Public Education (free)
Alumni Senator Susan Collins (R) of Maine

Caribou High School is an American high school educating students in grades 9 through 12. It is located in Caribou, Maine, at 308 Sweden Street. The current principal is Mark Jones. Current Guidance Counselors include Martin Gallant, Director of Guidance, and Mark Pinette, Guidance Counselor.

Selected by Redbook’s National Best Schools Programs for their Automated Library System. Caribou High School is above the rest offering many outstanding nationally recognized programs.

The school is also home of the Caribou Future Farmers of America, which is the oldest FFA chapter in the State of Maine, and one of the school's first clubs.

The school also is home to the Caribou Vikings, and sports teams which include for girls and boys : basketball, baseball, softball, soccer (Girls 2010 Eastern Maine Champions, Class B), volleyball, track and field, cross country running (Boys 2010 State Champions, class B), Alpine (downhill) skiing, Nordic (cross country) skiing (Boys 2011 State Champions and Girls 2010 State Champions, Class B), wrestling, cheering, and swimming. There is also a non school affiliated regional football league.

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