Joseph A. Craig High School

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Joseph A. Craig High School
Location
Janesville, Wisconsin, United States
Information
Type public
Established 1954
Oversight Janesville School District
Principal Dr. Alison Bjoin
Grades 9–12
Number of students 1800
Color(s)           Blue & White
Athletics conference WIAA Big Eight Conference
Mascot Cougars
Nickname Big Blue
Rival George S. Parker High School
Newspaper The Criterion
Yearbook The Phoenix
Website
Girls' basketball game with crosstown rival Parker during the 2004–2005 season

Joseph A. Craig High School is a public secondary school located in the city of Janesville, Wisconsin. Constructed in 1954 as Janesville Senior High School, it was renamed Craig High School in 1967 when George S. Parker High School was built on the west side of the city. Craig has a student enrollment of approximately 1,800. Located on the east side of Janesville, it is named after Joseph A. Craig, who was instrumental in attracting the General Motors Janesville Assembly plant to the city.

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