Blissfield High School

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Blissfield High School
630 South Lane Street
Blissfield, Michigan 49228
United States
Coordinates 41°49′22″N 83°51′59″W / 41.8229°N 83.8665°W / 41.8229; -83.8665Coordinates: 41°49′22″N 83°51′59″W / 41.8229°N 83.8665°W / 41.8229; -83.8665
Type Public secondary
Established 1958 (1958)
School district Blissfield Community Schools
Superintendent Jerry Johnson
Principal Steve Gfell
Teaching staff 22.06 (on a FTE basis)
Enrollment 381 (2013-14)
Student to teacher ratio 17.27
Color(s) Purple and Gold
Athletics conference Lenawee County Athletic Association
Nickname Royals

Blissfield High School is a public high school serving grades 9-12 in Blissfield, Michigan, United States.


Blissfield High School

Prior to 1958, the district was served by a series of smaller rural schools. The initial nickname for the school district was the Blissfield Sugar Boys. This name referred to the large sugar beet production in the area. When the current high school opened in the fall of 1958, the name was changed to the Blissfield Royals. Burdett Peebles was the first principal of the new school.

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