Seeger Memorial Junior-Senior High School

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Seeger Memorial Junior-Senior High School
Address
1222 South State Road 263
West Lebanon, Indiana, USA
Coordinates 40°17′54″N 87°23′17″W / 40.298333°N 87.388056°W / 40.298333; -87.388056
Information
Type Public high school
Established 1957
Locale Rural
School district Metropolitan School District of Warren County
Principal D. Nelson
Faculty 60
Grades 7-12
Enrollment 634 (as of 2009–10)
School color(s) Red, white and blue
Mascot Patriot
Feeder schools Pine Village Elementary, Warren Central Elementary, Williamsport Elementary
Information 765-893-4445
Snapshot IN DOE
Website

Seeger Memorial Junior-Senior High School is the single high school serving Warren County, Indiana, and is located a mile and a half north of the town of West Lebanon. It is administered by the Metropolitan School District of Warren County in Williamsport. Seeger served 634 students during the 2009–10 school year, and there were 90 graduates the previous year.[1]

History[edit]

Seeger High School was established in 1957 through a $250,000 donation from local grain dealer and broker Ura Seeger; classes began in the fall of 1959. The school's original mascot was the Indian, and its colors red and grey, but in 1973 the mascot was changed to the Patriot and the colors to red, white and blue.

Notable alumni[edit]

Stephanie White was 1995 Indiana Miss Basketball and was also named 1995 Gatorade National Player of the Year and the USA Today National Player of the Year. She led Purdue University to the 1999 NCAA Women's National Championship in basketball. She was also named the winner of the Wade Trophy in 1999, which recognizes the top female basketball player in the nation. She played numerous seasons in the WNBA with the Charlotte Sting and the Indiana Fever.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Indiana K-12 Education Data". Indiana Department of Education. Retrieved 2010-08-30. 
  • Warren County Historical Society (2002), A History of Warren County, Indiana (175th Anniversary Edition).

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