Athens High School (Troy, Michigan)

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Troy Athens High School
Athenshighschoollogo.jpg
Address
4333 John R
Troy, MI 48085
United States
Coordinates42°34′53″N 83°06′37″W / 42.5814°N 83.1103°W / 42.5814; -83.1103Coordinates: 42°34′53″N 83°06′37″W / 42.5814°N 83.1103°W / 42.5814; -83.1103
Information
TypePublic
Established1973
School districtTroy School District
SuperintendentRichard Machesky
PrincipalLara Dixon
Enrollment1958
Color(s)Red and Gold         
MascotRed Hawk
Website

Troy Athens High School is a public high school located in Troy, Michigan. It is attended by nearly 1700 students, serving grades 9-12. Athens is one of four high schools in the Troy School District, along with Troy High School, Niles Community High School and International Academy East. Athens High School opened in 1973. The principal is Lara Dixon.

Academics[edit]

Athens High School is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The curriculum includes 27 advanced placement (AP) courses from which to choose.[1] There are many academic clubs and events.

Athletics[edit]

As of 2010, Athens offers 13 varsity sports teams for boys and 13 varsity sports teams for girls. These sports include baseball, basketball, competitive cheer, cross country, football, golf, gymnastics, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, volleyball, waterpolo, and wrestling. Athens plays in one of the top competitive leagues in the State of Michigan, the Oakland Activities Association (OAA), with twenty-seven other member schools of the league, all under the regulation of the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA).

Commendations[edit]

Athens is a National and Michigan Exemplary School and has been named one of the best high schools (ranked 1032th in the 2010 Ranking) in the United States by Newsweek.[2]

Athens Theater Company has been nominated by USA Weekend for National Recognition in the HSM Showstopper contest, for their performance of Disney's High School Musical, that was shown in the spring of 2008.[3]

Notable alumni[edit]

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