Blountstown High School

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Blountstown High School
18597 NE SR69
Blountstown, Florida, Calhoun 32424-1767
United States
Coordinates 30°26′53″N 85°02′45″W / 30.448078°N 85.045959°W / 30.448078; -85.045959Coordinates: 30°26′53″N 85°02′45″W / 30.448078°N 85.045959°W / 30.448078; -85.045959
Type Public
Locale Blountstown, Florida
School district Calhoun County School District
Principal Dr. Debbie Williams
Grades 9-12
Number of students 426 (2010)
School color(s) Red and White
Mascot Tigers

Blountstown High School is a high school located in Blountstown, Florida, the county seat of Calhoun County, Florida. It is a small public school with an average of one hundred (100) students per grade.


Blountstown football team, the Tigers, won state titles in 1973, 1976, and 1977, and were class 1A state runners-up in 2004 as well as in 2013.

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