Stayton High School
|Stayton High School|
|757 W Locust Street
Stayton, Oregon, Marion County, 97383
|School district||North Santiam School District|
|Number of students||775|
|Color(s)||Navy Blue and Gold|
|Athletics conference||OSAA Oregon West Conference 4A-4|
This 2013/14 school year will be Principal Graham Hughes's first year, having previously worked as the principal for Pacific High. The vice principals are Alan Kirby and Evan Brown.
On April 2, 2014, it was announced that Alan Kirby would become principal for the 2014/15 school year.
Stayton High ranks 153rd out of 303 Oregon high schools, jumping up 76 places up from 229th in 2012.
The percentages of students who met or exceeded the OAKS state tests from the 2012-13 school year are as follows:
- Math = 67.7%
- Reading and Lit = 84.4%
- Science = 68.1%
- Writing = 54.3%
By comparison, the state averages were:
- Math = 68.8%
- Reading and Lit = 84.5%
- Science = 62.9%
- Writing = 59.5%
Stayton High offers a wide range of sports. Some athletes participate in multiple sports, such as cross country and soccer, in the same season.
- Cross country
- Dance - the Highlights, coached by Robin Meier, have been OSAA State Champions for 12 consecutive years, beginning in 2003.
- Greg Brock - baseball player
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