Jamesville-DeWitt High School

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Jamesville-DeWitt High School
Address
6845 Edinger Drive
DeWitt, New York, 13214-0606
United States
Coordinates 43°01′10″N 76°02′44″W / 43.019411°N 76.045496°W / 43.019411; -76.045496Coordinates: 43°01′10″N 76°02′44″W / 43.019411°N 76.045496°W / 43.019411; -76.045496
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School district Jamesville-DeWitt Central School District
Principal Paul Gasparini
Color(s) Red and white         
Athletics conference Onondaga High School League
Mascot Red Ram
Newspaper The Rampage
Website

Jamesville-DeWitt High School (JDHS) is a New York state public education facility located in the Town of DeWitt, serving high school students (grades 9–12) in the Jamesville-Dewitt Central School District. The current principal is Paul Gasparini.

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Notables include former NBA player Danny Schayes (Class of '77), former NFL and Syracuse University Orange players Scott Schwedes (Class of 1983), Robert Drummond (Class of 1985), and LPGA golfer Suzy Whaley (Class of 1984) who in 2003 became the first woman to qualify for a PGA Tour event. Current Tulsa 66ers guard and former Syracuse Orange basketball star Andy Rautins also graduated from Jamesville-DeWitt, Class of 2005.

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