East Fairmont High School
|East Fairmont High School|
|1993 Airport Road
Pleasant Valley, WV, Marion County, 26554
|School type||Public Coeducational|
|School district||Marion County|
|Vice principal||Mary Westfall|
|Asst. Principal||Melinda Brown|
|Age||14 to 18|
|Average class size||20|
|School color(s)||Blue and Gold|
|Rival||Fairmont Senior High School|
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East Fairmont High School is a public high school serving the eastern half of the town of Fairmont in Marion County, West Virginia. The school was founded by splitting the district of Fairmont Senior High School during the baby boom era, due to student growth. The dividing line is the Monongahela River. In 1993, a new, more modern East Fairmont High School was constructed near the Kingmont Rd. exit on I-79.
East Fairmont High School is fed by East Fairmont Junior High, and offers many different sports to its students.
East Fairmont High School has an intense rivalry in sports with Fairmont Senior High School, and the schools share the historic East-West Stadium for football games.
The school is classified as "AA". The school colors are blue and gold and the mascot is the Bee.
The school is also known for its marching band known as the Busy Bee Band and Honeybees. The band has performed at the Rose Parade and at the first inauguration of George W. Bush in January of 2001.
The official name of the school is East Fairmont High School, but sports reporters generally use "East Fairmont".
- 1990 AAA WV State Baseball Champions
- 2003 AAA WV State Softball Champions
- 2004 AAA WV State Softball Champions
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