Hurley High School

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Hurley High School (Virginia)
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Address
6339 Hurley Rd
Hurley, Virginia, 24620
USA

37°25′40.97″N 82°3′4.25″W / 37.4280472°N 82.0511806°W / 37.4280472; -82.0511806Coordinates: 37°25′40.97″N 82°3′4.25″W / 37.4280472°N 82.0511806°W / 37.4280472; -82.0511806

Information
School type Public high school
Founded 1969
School district Buchanan County Public Schools
Principal Ms. Pamela Dotson
Grades 8–12
Enrollment 201[1] (2009)
Language English
Color(s)                Red, Blue, and Grey
Mascot Rebels
Communities served Hurley, Virginia
Feeder schools Hurley Elementary/ Middle School
Rival Schools Twin Valley High School, Council High School
Athletic Conference Black Diamond District
Region D
Website

Hurley High School is a public high school located in Hurley, Virginia in Buchanan County, Virginia. It is part of the Buchanan County Public Schools system. Athletic teams compete in the Virginia High School League's A Black Diamond District in Region D.

Mission Statement

Hurley High School's mission is to nurture the growth of each student's sense of responsibility and to provide a safe, secure environment in which students develop skills needed in a competitive world.

Vision and Purpose

The school establishes and communicates a shared purpose and direction for improving the performance of students and the effectiveness of the school.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Hurley was awarded with the 2011 championship for Creative Writing. Due to funding all fine arts have been cut from this school.[citation needed] Clubs and organizations at the school include: Future Business Leaders of America, Student Council Association, National Beta Club, Scholastic Bowl, FCCLA, Forensics

Sports[edit]

[2] The school's boys basketball team was given the Marshall Johnson Sportsmanship Award for Basketball for the 2010-2011 season.

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