Augusta High School (Kentucky)

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Augusta High School
Address
207 Bracken St.
Augusta, Kentucky 41002
United States
Information
School type Public high school
Motto Veritas, Laude, Fides (Truth, Honor, Loyalty)
Established 1887
School district Augusta Independent Schools
Principal Robin Kelsch
Grades K-12
Enrollment 105[1] (2013)
Color(s)           Orange and black
Athletics conference KHSAA Class A
Mascot Panthers
Website
Augusta High School from Graveyard Hill

Augusta High School is part of the Augusta Independent Schools school district in Bracken County, Kentucky, founded in 1887. It is one of the smallest high schools in the state, with all grades, PreK through 12, in one building.

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The Augusta Panthers compete in volleyball, cross country, archery, basketball, tennis, golf, baseball and softball.

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Coordinates: 38°46′25″N 84°0′12″W / 38.77361°N 84.00333°W / 38.77361; -84.00333