Heidelberg High School

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Heidelberg High School (HHS)
Location
Mark Twain Village
Heidelberg, Germany
Coordinates 49°23′27″N 8°41′00″E / 49.3908°N 8.6834°E / 49.3908; 8.6834Coordinates: 49°23′27″N 8°41′00″E / 49.3908°N 8.6834°E / 49.3908; 8.6834
Information
School type Department of Defense Dependents Schools
Established 20 October 1946[1]
Status Closed
Closed June 2013
Grades 9-12
Color(s) Blue and Gold
         
Mascot Lions
Website

Heidelberg High School was a school operated by the Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS) located on the premises of Mark Twain Village, a housing area for American military members and their families in Heidelberg, Germany.

It had grades 9-12 (originally 7-12 until 1976 when Heidelberg Middle School, built for grades 6-8, was built on Patrick Henry Village) and offered a variety of high school courses.

Media[edit]

Heidelberg High School was featured in the 21 July 1947 issue of Life magazine.[2]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of Our School," Erinnerugen, 1951
  2. ^ "Life Visits Heidelberg High", Life, 21 July 1947.
  3. ^ a b "Heidelberg High School". 

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