Central Linn High School

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Central Linn High School
Address
32433 Highway 228
Halsey, Oregon, Linn County, 97348
 United States
Coordinates 44°23′26″N 123°05′15″W / 44.390621°N 123.087451°W / 44.390621; -123.087451Coordinates: 44°23′26″N 123°05′15″W / 44.390621°N 123.087451°W / 44.390621; -123.087451
Information
Type Public
School district Central Linn School District
Principal Jon Zwemke[1][2]
Grades 7-12
Number of students 310[3]
Color(s) Blue, scarlet red,and white   [1]
Athletics conference OSAA Tri-River Conference 2A-3[1]
Mascot Cobras[1]
Website

Central Linn High School is a public high school in Halsey, Oregon, United States.

Academics[edit]

In 2008, 75% of the school's seniors received their high school diploma. Of 56 students, 42 graduated, 8 dropped out, 3 received a modified diploma, and 3 are still in high school.[4][5]

Sports[edit]

In the 2009-2010 season the boys basketball team made it to state tournament and received 2nd place to Portland Christian. In the following season they returned to the same tournament and received 2nd once again, this time to Western Mennonite, whom they had previously beaten twice in league play. In the 2010-2011 season Zachary Holloway set a record of points scored by a single player in the tournament with 36 points. The Central Linn gym had an elaborate painting done in late 2010 by foreign exchange student Mathias Peter Hansen. The painting entailed a cobra that was around 20 feet in height, with a blue background, and the words "Cobra" and "Dome" on either side of the snake. This reflected the unofficial title of the gym, "Cobra Dome", due to its high arched ceiling.

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