Princeton Community High School

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Princeton Community High School
Address
1101 North Main Street
Princeton, Indiana, 47670
United States
Coordinates 38°22′6″N 87°34′14″W / 38.36833°N 87.57056°W / 38.36833; -87.57056Coordinates: 38°22′6″N 87°34′14″W / 38.36833°N 87.57056°W / 38.36833; -87.57056
Information
Type Public high school
Established 1970
School district North Gibson School Corporation
Superintendent Brian Harmon
Principal Steve Hauger
Faculty 105
Grades 9-12
Number of students 705
Color(s)               
Athletics IHSAA:
3A (A for soccer)
Athletics conference Big Eight Conference (Indiana)
Mascot Tigers / Lady Tigers
Rivals Gibson Southern, Wood Memorial, Mount Carmel, Evansville Schools
Gym Capacity 4,200
Website
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Princeton Community High School is a four-year comprehensive secondary school in Princeton, Indiana. The high school is a part of the North Gibson School Corporation. The school operates a television station, W06BD, from studios at the high school. Princeton Community is one of the three high schools serving Gibson County, Indiana. The others are Gibson Southern and Wood Memorial.

Princeton Community High School was opened in the early 1970s to replace old Princeton High School, which had become crowded due to the public school consolidation of the previous few decades.

A new High School opened in August 2012. Princeton Community Middle School is now located in the former Princeton Community High School resulting in a centralized Middle-High School Campus.

Princeton's principals[edit]

  • Steve Hauger (2014 - present)
  • Jon Abbey (2002–2014)
  • James E. Isaacs (1994-2002)
  • Lawrence Ramsey (1970-1994)

Athletics[edit]

Sports offered at PCHS are:[2]

  • boys' baseball
  • boys' and girls' basketball
  • cheerleading
  • boys' and girls' cross country
  • boys' football
  • boys' and girls golf
  • boys' and girls' soccer
  • girls' softball
  • boys' and girls' tennis
  • boys and girls' track
  • girls' volleyball
  • boys wrestling

The boys' basketball team took the 3A state title in the 2008-2009 season, going undefeated.[3]

Notable people[edit]

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