Tuscaloosa County High School

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Tuscaloosa County High School
12500 Wildcat Drive
Northport, Alabama, United States
Coordinates 33°18′29″N 87°36′30″W / 33.30806°N 87.60833°W / 33.30806; -87.60833Coordinates: 33°18′29″N 87°36′30″W / 33.30806°N 87.60833°W / 33.30806; -87.60833
Type Public
Established 1920s
School district Tuscaloosa County School System
Principal Mr. Mark Franks
Faculty 112
Grades 9-12
Number of students 1641
Color(s) Royal Blue & White         
Athletics 15 sports
Nickname Wildcats
Yearbook TusCoHi

Tuscaloosa County High School serves grades 9-12 and is located in Northport, Alabama, forming part of the Tuscaloosa County Schools. Tuscaloosa County High was opened near downtown Northport in the 1920s, and around the year 2000 was moved to its current location, further north of Northport.


Tuscaloosa County High competes in the Alabama High School Athletic Association, under class 6A region 5. The school's athletic squads are nicknamed the Wildcats. The football team won the 6A State Championship in 1997. Their most prominent alumnus is Le'Ron McClain, who played football for County High, then went on to play for Alabama and the Baltimore Ravens.

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