Auburn High School (Virginia)

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Auburn High School

4163 Riner Road
Riner, Virginia 24149

37°3′43.1″N 80°26′33.4″W / 37.061972°N 80.442611°W / 37.061972; -80.442611Coordinates: 37°3′43.1″N 80°26′33.4″W / 37.061972°N 80.442611°W / 37.061972; -80.442611
School type Public, high school
School district Montgomery County Public Schools
Superintendent Ms. Brenda Blackburn
Principal Mr. Carl Pauli
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 384[1] (2009)
Language English
Color(s)           Blue and White
Athletics conference Virginia High School League
A Region C
Three Rivers District
Mascot Eagles

Located on State Route 8 in Riner, Virginia, Auburn High School serves the communities of Riner and Pilot as well as a large area of southern Montgomery County. Auburn started out as a one-room schoolhouse located in a log cabin.

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In team sports, Auburn won three straight Virginia High School League 1A girls volleyball championships between 2012-2014.[2]It won two straight group A state championship in boys tennis between 1973 and 1974. [3] In 2014 it won the boys 1A outdoor track championship and it won the 1967 group III state championship in boys basketball 79-70 over West Point High School. [3]

On November 14th, 2015 the Auburn boys won their first ever state XC team title by edging out Alta-Vista Combined school.

In debate, Auburn won the overall team championship in 2005. [3]


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