Norwood High School (Ohio)
|Norwood High School|
|2020 Sherman Avenue
Norwood, Ohio, (Hamilton County), 45212
|Type||Public, Coeducational high school|
|School district||Norwood City Schools|
|Color(s)||Navy Blue (color) and scarlet |
|Athletics conference||Fort Ancient Valley Conference|
|Accreditation||North Central Association of Colleges and Schools |
|Athletic Director||JD Foust|
Norwood High School is a public high school in Norwood, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Norwood City School District. The Drake Planetarium, located in the high school, is named after astronomer and astrophysicist Frank Drake and is linked to NASA. Norwood High School owns the 1936 state title for baseball.
Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships
- Boys Baseball: 1936 
- Chad Kincaid: 1995 Boys Cross-country
- Chad Kincaid: 1996 3200 meter run
- Marc Edwards: 1993 Mr. Football Ohio
- Mike Marksbury: 1973 Shot Put
Norwood High School has a number of distinguished graduates including former Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Ralston, professional baseball player Carl Bouldin, professional football player Marc Edwards, the late pro wrestler Brian Pillman, actress Vera-Ellen (movie "White Christmas"), artist Diane Pfister and GCC developer Andrew Pinski. Robert Bales, United States Army soldier involved in the Kandahar massacre, is also an alumnus.
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