Carbondale Community High School

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Carbondale Community High School
1301 East Walnut Street
Carbondale, Illinois 62901
Type Public
School district Carbondale Community High School District 165
Superintendent Steve Murphy
CEEB code 140510
NCES School ID 170837000454[1]
Principal Daniel Booth
Grades 9-12
Average class size 18
Language English
Hours in school day 6 hours, plus 30 minutes for lunch
Fight song Derivative of "On Wisconsin"
Athletics Football, volleyball, soccer, cross-country, basketball, baseball/softball, track, tennis, golf, bowling, wrestling, swimming
Athletics conference South Seven Conference
Mascot Terriers
Yearbook DIAL
Budget [2]
Communities served Carbondale, De Soto, Makanda
Feeder schools Carbondale Middle School, Unity Point, Giant City, De Soto, St. Andrews, Carbondale New School, Trinity Christian School

Carbondale Community High School is a public high school located in Carbondale, Illinois, United States. It serves grades 9-12 and is part of its own school district, having several different feeder schools within the city and outside of it. In 2013, 1093 students attended the school.[3]


In all sports, Carbondale has huge rivalries with Murphysboro's and Marion's teams. The basketball team has been among the best in southern Illinois, with Cahokia High School being Carbondale's hardest-to-defeat opponent.

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Coordinates: 37°43′33″N 89°11′17″W / 37.72583°N 89.18806°W / 37.72583; -89.18806