Robert C. Byrd High School
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|Robert C. Byrd High School|
|One Eagle Way
Clarksburg, West Virginia, Harrison County, 26301
|School type||Public, high school|
|School district||Harrison County Schools|
|Superintendent||Dr. Mark Manchin|
|Assistant Principals||Scott Davis|
|School color(s)||Blue and green|
|Athletics conference||Big Ten Conference|
|Rival||Bridgeport High School|
|Accreditation||North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges|
Robert C. Byrd High School is a public school in Clarksburg, West Virginia.
The school, which serves grades 9-12, is a part of Harrison County Schools.
The school serves a vast majority of the city of Clarksburg, West Virginia, along with the towns of Nutter Fort, West Virginia, and Stonewood, West Virginia. It is one of six public high schools in Harrison County. The school opened in 1995 as a consolidation of Washington-Irving High School, which is now Washington Irving Middle School, and Roosevelt-Wilson High School. The current student enrollment is 880. The principal is Martin Pigg. The school's colors are blue and green, and their mascot is the eagle.
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