Cedar Shoals High School

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Cedar Shoals High School
Address
1300 Cedar Shoals Drive
Athens, Georgia, (Clarke County), 30605
United States
Coordinates 33°55′17″N 83°19′35″W / 33.92138°N 83.32642°W / 33.92138; -83.32642Coordinates: 33°55′17″N 83°19′35″W / 33.92138°N 83.32642°W / 33.92138; -83.32642
Information
School type Public, High school
Established 1972 (1972)
Status Open
School district Clarke County School District
NCES District ID 1301170[1].
CEEB Code 110116
NCES School ID 130117000453[2].
Principal Tony Price[3]
Faculty 99.10 (on an FTE basis)[2]
Grades 9-12[2]
Gender Mixed[2]
Enrollment 1517[2] (2009-2010)
Grade 9 516[2]
Grade 10 391[2]
Grade 11 354[2]
Grade 12 256[2]
Student to teacher ratio 15.31[2]
Schedule type Rotating seven classes over five periods over three days
Hours in school day 8:45am to 3:30pm
Color(s) Blue and Orange          
Mascot Jaguar
Feeder schools Hilsman Middle School,
W. R. Coile Middle School
Website

Cedar Shoals High School is a high school established in 1972 in Athens, Georgia, in the Clarke County School District. It is one of the two traditional high schools[clarification needed] in the school system, the other one being Clarke Central High School; the two schools have a rivalry known as the Classic City Championship. The school inaugurated a new building in 2001.[4][5]

Student activities[edit]

Cedar Shoals features a variety of student activities.

  • The JROTC Raider team of male and female JROTC cadets compete at many state, regional and national Raider events. For the 70th anniversary of D-Day, they were the only group from Georgia to be invited to march in the D-Day Memorial parade in Ste. Mere-Eglise on June 6, 2014. Airtran delayed the Atlanta to New York flight for four hours causing them to miss the flight to Paris. They were forced to spend the night at JFK Airport until another airline was able to carry them to France. The cadets marched proudly in the parade in Ste Mere Eglise, toured the Normandy area and Paris before returning home on June 11th, 2014.
  • The Classic City Sound Marching Band, under the direction of Dion Muldrow, has earned several Superior honors at area marching band festivals. Known for their halftime shows highlighting pop, funk and even Latin fares, the band has performed at the Allstate Sugar Bowl as well as the National 4th of July Parade in Washington DC.
  • The CSHS Academic Team, commonly called the QuizJags, has won several city, region and state titles since 2004. In 2013, they won the GATA Class 5A JV Championship (their first state title in school history), the GHSA Region 8 5A Varsity champion and the three time defending Classic City Champion, defeating cross town rival Clarke Central High School the last three years to earn the right to play on WSB-TV's "HighQ" program, where they have used their scoring ability to raise funds for the United Way and the Athens Area Homeless Shelter. During the 1013-14 season, they defeated Forsyth Central, Pickens County, and Woodward Academy to make the tournament's final four. On April 26, 2014, they defeated Prince Avenue Christian School in the semi-finals to advance to the HighQ championship match against The Galloway School, which they won to win $5000 in scholarship money for the players. They also won the Varsity and JV team titles at the 2014 Region 8-AAAAA tournament.
  • PACS (Positive About Cedar Shoals) is a school wide philanthropy that raises funds for area programs as well performs community events in town, among them picking up trash along Cedar Shoals Drive and clearing the CSHS Rain Garden

Statistics[edit]

Cedar Shoals High School has a student to computer ratio of 3.7:1.[citation needed]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Search for Public School Districts – District Detail for Clarke County". National Center for Education Statistics. Institute of Education Sciences. Retrieved August 9, 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Search for Public Schools - School Detail for Cedar Shoals High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved August 9, 2011. 
  3. ^ "School board names Price principal at Cedar Shoals". OnlineAthens • Athens Banner-Herald • Morris Digital Works. May 13, 2011. Retrieved August 10, 2011. 
  4. ^ Cedar Shoals High School, retrieved August 26, 2011. http://www.clarke.k12.ga.us/CedarShoals.cfm
  5. ^ "Cedar Shoals High School". Retrieved August 10, 2011. 

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