Bristol Central High School

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Bristol Central High School
Address
480 Wolcott Street
Bristol, Connecticut 06010
United States
Coordinates 41°39′41″N 72°57′37″W / 41.6615°N 72.9604°W / 41.6615; -72.9604Coordinates: 41°39′41″N 72°57′37″W / 41.6615°N 72.9604°W / 41.6615; -72.9604
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Type Public high school
Motto "Be Creative, Be Conscientious, Be Collaborative, Be Committed."
Established 1959
School district Bristol Public Schools
Superintendent Ellen Solek
Principal Peter Wininger
Faculty 84 (2014)
Grades 9-12
Number of students 1,317 (2014) [1]
Color(s) Maroon and white         
Fight song "March On For Central High"
Athletics conference Central Connecticut Conference Southern Division
Team name Rams
Website

Bristol Central High School is a public high school in Bristol, Connecticut, United States. Its mascot is the Ram, and its colors are maroon and white. The school is known for its performing arts group, Footlights, as well as for its athletics. The Rams have excelled in basketball, baseball, wrestling, and track in recent years.[citation needed] In 2017, principal Peter Wininger was awarded Varsity Brands 'Principal of Principles,' deeming him the best principal in the United States. Teacher Gina Gallo-Reinhard nominated Wininger for the award, and he and his family were sent to Florida for the ceremony where he was crowned the winner.

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