Indian River Central High School (New York)

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Indian River Central High School
Type Public Secondary
Principal Troy Decker
Grades 9–12
Location Philadelphia, New York, USA
Campus Rural
Colors Navy Blue,Columbia Blue and White
Nickname Warriors

Indian River Central High School is a high school in the Indian River Central School District in Philadelphia, New York.The High School opened in 1959 as a grade 7-12 facility, currently it serves grades 9-12. The school's students live in several towns and villages listed here, all located in northern Jefferson County, New York.[1]

Mission "Learning is the most important reason for being in school. Each student will develop intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically in a safe, orderly and positive environment."

Vision "We will accomplish our mission developing - Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships - in all we do."

Values Our students and staff will lead their way into the future by adhering to genuine Respect, Responsibility and Hard Work

Themes for 09-10

Defining and maintaining a culture of tolerance
Integrating "environmental awareness" into our daily lives

The high school has been renovated six times to meet the changing population and educational needs. The current construction project will add a net of 8 classrooms, a large group instruction facility, extra space in guidance and will completely modernize the food service area. Geothermal heating and cooling will be added to a large portion of the facility. The project is expected to be completed for the 2010-11 school year.[2]

Alma Mater

A fair river of the northland,
Gladly gave to us our name.
And as time records our history,
We will honor it with fame.
We are planting our traditions;
We’ll defend them valiantly.
Hand in hand, we are united,


  1. ^ Home page for Indian River High School
  2. ^ Construction home page

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