South Albany High School

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South Albany High School
South Albany High School sign Oregon.JPG
"Rebel PRIDE"[1]
3705 Columbus SE
Albany, Oregon, Linn County, 97322
 United States
Coordinates 44°36′28″N 123°04′40″W / 44.607778°N 123.077778°W / 44.607778; -123.077778Coordinates: 44°36′28″N 123°04′40″W / 44.607778°N 123.077778°W / 44.607778; -123.077778[2]
Type Public
Opened 1971
School district Greater Albany Public School District
Principal Brent Belveal[3]
Number of students 1330[4]
Color(s) Red and grey         [5]
Athletics conference OSAA Mid-Willamette Conference 5A-3[5]
Mascot Rebels [5]
Rival West Albany High School[citation needed]

South Albany High School (or SAHS) is a public high school located in Albany, Oregon, United States.

Built in 1970, South Albany occupies the largest facility in the Greater Albany Public School District, encompassing more than 167,000 square feet (15,500 m2) of classrooms and other facilities.


In 2008, 75% of the school's seniors received their high school diploma. Of 308 students, 231 graduated, 42 dropped out, 13 received a modified diploma, and 22 are still in high school.[6][7]