Marion Harding High School (Ohio)

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Marion Harding High School
School District Marion City Schools
School Colors Red and Black          
Coeducational Yes
Year Opened 1953 (original building), 2003 (new building)
Charter School No
Grade Levels 9-12
School type Public
Principal Kirk Koennecke
Location 1500 Harding Hwy E Marion, Ohio, 43302, USA
Year-round schedule No
Enrollment 1500
Sports Teams The Presidents (Prexies)
Homepage []
Marion Harding High School

Marion Harding High School is a public high school in Marion, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Marion City School District. The school mascot is the Presidents (often shortened to Prexies) and is symbolized by an eagle named Warren G. They are currently not a member of any conference and are competing as an independent.

The school was named after Marion's most famous son, Warren G. Harding. The original school site is a mere 1/2 mile from the Harding Memorial, which is one of the largest presidential memorial located outside of the Washington D.C. area. In 2003, a new high school was erected with assistance of state funds offered for the replacement and/or upgrade of older school facilities. The old building now houses Grant Middle School.

Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships[edit]

Boys Football

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