Lowell High School (Lowell, Michigan)

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Lowell High School
Address
11700 Vergennes
Lowell, Michigan, MI 49331
United States
Coordinates 42°57′18″N 85°22′44″W / 42.955°N 85.379°W / 42.955; -85.379Coordinates: 42°57′18″N 85°22′44″W / 42.955°N 85.379°W / 42.955; -85.379
Information
School type Public Secondary
School district Lowell Area Schools
Superintendent Greg Pratt
Principal Amy Pallo
Assistant principals Dee Crowley,
Dustin Cichocki
Teaching staff 60
Grades 9-12
Gender co-educational
Enrollment 1300+
Student to teacher ratio 21:1
Color(s) Red and black
Athletics conference OK White Conference
Nickname Red Arrows
Vision It is the goal of LHS to prepare all students for a dynamic and diverse society through knowledge attainment, skill acquisition, and character development.

Lowell High School is a coeducational public school located in Lowell, Michigan. The current principal for Lowell High School is Amy Pallo.

Lowell High School has a state performance rating of 91.7 and is ranked in Newsweek's Top 250,000 schools in the nation.[1]

Statistics[edit]

Lowell participates in the statewide MEAP program, in which 74% of all students taking the test met or exceeded state minimum passing standards (31% higher than the statewide average of 43%).[2]

Lowell High School currently has:[3]

  • Over 60 teachers.
  • 21:1 student to teacher ratio
  • 12% on Free or Reduced Lunch
  • Enrollment: 1300+

Athletics[edit]

Lowell High School is a member of the Michigan High School Athletic Association. It is A Division II school, and all of its teams currently play within the Ottawa-Kent (O.K.) White League. Lowell's nickname is the Red Arrows named for the 32nd Red Arrow Infantry in World War II

Lowell is known for its various athletic teams; however, most known for its football, wrestling, and equestrian teams. Lowell currently has over ten state titles between the 3 teams. On October 29, 2009 the Red Arrow's High School Football team was ranked #1 in the nation on USA Today's Massey Ratings.[4]

State Football Titles: 2002 (Division 2), 2004 (Division 3), 2009 (Division 2)[5]

State Wrestling Titles: 2002, 2004, 2009, 2014 (All Wrestling Division 2)[6]

Equestrian State Titles: 2000 Division C, 2002 Division A, 2003 Division B, 2007 Division C, Reserve St. Titles: 2006 Division B, Third Place: 2010 Division B[citation needed]

Lowell's biggest rival is East Grand Rapids.

Notable Alumni[edit]

  • Keith Nichol- Michigan State University Wide Receiver.[7]
  • Mike Dumas- Former Indiana Safety and Professional Football player who played 8 years in the NFL with 4 different teams.

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